Integrated Biological-behavioral Surveillance Survey among Adolescent and Young People who Inject Drugs, Female Sex Workers, Males who Have Sex with Males and Male to Female Transgender Persons

Publications - Released in 2019

Indonesia has a large population and is one of the top three countries, after Philippines and Myanmar, to have the highest rate of new HIV infections. Adolescent (15-19 years old) and young (20-24 years old) (AY) key populations (KP), including people who inject drugs (PWID), female sex workers (FSW), males who have sex with males (MSM) and transgender persons (TG), are extremely vulnerable to HIV transmission. However, very little is known about their socio-demographic characteristics, sexual risks, access to services, HIV transmission knowledge and perceived risk and HIV prevalence.


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  • UNICEF Indonesia