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Ayi Farida

senior project manager

Chris Feddersen

program officer

Pact began working in Indonesia in 1981, building the capacity of local organizations to combat HIV/AIDS, supporting street children and strengthening the participation and outreach of local NGOs interested in public affairs.

Today, with funding from USAID, we’re improving HIV prevention and care services for people who need them most in the regions of Jakarta and Papua.

Using Pact’s vast expertise in building the capacity of local organizations, we’re strengthening Indonesian nonprofits and clinics that provide HIV services to high-risk groups, including sex workers and their clients, people who inject drugs and men who have sex with men. 

We’re also providing technical assistance and mentorship to provincial and local government officials to help them increase the use of antiretroviral medications to stop HIV transmissions.

Pact looks forward to expanding our reach in Indonesia in the coming years in areas including health, livelihoods and natural resource management.

Stories and Highlights

Landscape of a tin mine in Indonesia.

Pact to assess occupational health & safety conditions, training needs of artisanal miners in Indonesia

November 22, 2016
The IDH Tin Working Group has commissioned Pact, an international nonprofit headquartered in Washington, D.C., to assess the occupational health and safety risks for unconventional (artisanal &...

Building organizational capacity across the continuum of care in Indonesia

September 13, 2016
For most of his life, John Jonathan Nap has dedicated himself to helping others. It was an example set for him by his father, who moved their family of nine from Indonesia’s comfortable coast to its...