Providing services in remote areas through CAHR in Indonesia

Harm reduction interventions in Indonesia started in 1999 when the pilot project was first initiated in Bali. In 2003, the programme started to spread across major cities and at present time is implemented by non-governmental organizations, community-based organizations and government institutions with the support of international funding. This funding generally focuses on major cities due to the limited amount of the funding and estimated numbers of people who inject drugs (PWID) in Indonesia – priority given to the highest concentration sites of PWID.

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