Results of the End-of-project Assessment in Indonesia

The purpose of the end-line study was to examine knowledge, attitudes and behaviour of PWID in relation to HIV/AIDS, their well-being and quality of life, satisfaction with HIV prevention services that are being offered, relations with the police, etc.

The study has been conducted in all five countries involved in CAHR project by AIDS Care China, India HIV/AIDS Alliance, Malaysian AIDS Council, Kenyan AIDS NGOs Consortium, Ruman Cemara from Indonesia and their research partners. The target group of this study was people who inject drugs. Organisations used individual structured face-to-face interviews as a study method using almost the same questionnaire as during the baseline study with some minor changes.

Results of the end-line study were compared with results of the baseline assessment to understand the impact of the project.

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