IB2015/52 Engaging Indigenous Leaders in Tanah Papua's HIV Responses

Jenny Munro

    Research output: Other contribution

    Abstract

    HIV in Tanah Papua primarily affects indigenous Papuans (as opposed to the non-indigenous Indonesian population), and is not limited to particular groups typically regarded as ‘high risk’ for HIV, such as sex workers, intravenous drug users, or men who have sex with men (Munro 2015b). HIV is also most prevalent in youth aged 15–24. This In Brief elaborates on one of the key recommendations of the workshop, ‘Developing an HIV Prevention and Control Strategy for Papuans in Tanah Papua’, held in Manokwari in November 2014: the need to better engage indigenous Papuan leaders and communities.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2015

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