Launch of the National Action Plan on Preventing and Handling HIV/AIDS at Workplace 2024-2028

The Indonesian Ministry of Manpower, with support from the ILO, launched the National Action Plan on Preventing and Handling HIV/AIDS at Workplace 2024-2028 as part of the effort to reach the goal of Ending AIDS in Indonesia by 2030.


The National Action Plan aims to accelerate the achievement of the HIV fast tracks 95-95-95 and three Zeros—zero new infection, zero AIDS related death and zero discrimination. The implementation of the National Action Plan is targeted to high-risk companies in 12 provinces covering 27 districts and cities that have been selected as ASEAN Cities Getting Zero.

Specifically, the National Action Plan outlines three priority targets:
  1. A minimum of 500 companies from HIV high-risk sectors on the first year of the implementation with an additional of 100 companies for the next year onward have a good understanding about HIV/AIDS, implement a programme on HIV/AIDS prevention and handling and develop a non-discriminatory company policy;
  2. Around 5 percent from the companies above facilitate voluntarily HIV/AIDS test, support and care, in coordination with health services if needed.
  3. All the companies under point No. 1 implement non-stigma and discriminatory policies by not making HIV test as a requirement for job recruitment, placement, promotion and contract extension and by having a reporting mechanism on stigma and discrimination.