AIDS around the country; Papua

AIDS around the country; Papua

Commission of Indonesia Incidence, prevalence rates, and other statistics on AIDS in Indonesia, with Papua province being the worst affected. Figures are as provided by the Department of Health up to June 30th 2010.

[1] Numbers of new reported HIV/AIDS infections per year:1999 – June 2010 * 1999: 94 cases * 2000: 255 * 2001: 219 * 2002: 345 * 2003: 316 * 2004: 1195 * 2005: 2639 * 2006: 2873 * 2007: 2947 * 2008: 4969 * 2009: 3863 * 2010: 1797 Total number of cases is 21,770.

Incidence per 100,000 of population Nationally the incidence of infection is 9.44 persons per 100,000, with Papua having a rate 14 times this.

By province:

  1. 1. Papua – 135.44 people infected per 100,000
  2. 2. Bali – 49.16
  3. 3. Jakarta – 41.89
  4. 4. Riau Islands – 22.76
  5. 5. West Kalimantan – 16.91
  6. 6. Maluku – 14.21
  7. 7. Bangka Belitung – 11.65
  8. 8. East Java – 9.8
  9. 9. West Sumatera -9.1
  10. 10. West Papua – 8.93
  11. 11. West Java – 8.87
  12. 12. Yogyakarta – 8.51
  13. 13. Riau – 8.39
  14. 14. North Sulawesi – 7.69
  15. 15. South Sulawesi – 6.65
  16. 16. Bengkulu – 6.46
  17. 17. Jambi – 5.8
  18. 18. North Sumatera – 3.71
  19. 19. East Nusa Tenggara – 3.19
  20. 20. Banten – 3.11
  21. 21. West Nusa Tenggara – 3.07
  22. 22. South Sumatera – 3.04
  23. 23. Central Java – 2.53
  24. 24. Lampung – 1.86
  25. 25. Central Kalimantan – 1.68
  26. 26. North Maluku – 1.67
  27. 27. Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam – 1.17
  28. 28. South East Sulawesi – 0.95
  29. 29. South Kalimantan – 0.78
  30. 30. Central Sulawesi – 0.46
  31. 31. East Kalimantan – 0.35
  32. 32. Gorontalo – 0.33

Method of Transmission In Jakarta, Banten, and West Java intravenous transmission accounts for on average 70% of new cases; in other areas of Java and on other islands IV transmission is at around 30%. In Papua however IV transmission is virtually non-existent, with heterosexual intercourse being the major factor in spreading the disease. Nationally:

  • Heterosexual transmission: 49.3%
  • Drug use: 40.4%
  • Homosexual transmission: 3.3%
  • Pre-natal: 2.7%
  • Blood transfusion: 0.1%
  • Not known: 4.3% Sex
  • Men: 73.9%
  • Women: 25.6%
  • Not Known: 0.5% Age * < 1: 1% * 1-14: 1.9% * 15-19: 2.9% * 20-29: 48.1% * 30-39: 30.9% * 40-49: 9.1% * 50-59: 2.5% * 60+: 0.5% Proportion of prison inmates infected In Jakarta, Banten, and West Java about 20% of prison inmates are thought to be infected; in other provinces less than 6%. Proportion of prostitutes infected In Papua about 20% of prostitutes are likely to be infected with AIDS; in other provinces less than 8%. * ↑1

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