The Indonesian Ministry of Health has tried to convince people with AIDS that it will provide enough antivirals to treat them after some hospitals have spent their supplies.
Aditya Wardhana, Non-Governmental Organization for the Fight against AIDS in Indonesia, reported at a press conference that at least 29 hospitals and health centers in the country had accumulated one type of antiviral
The Ministry of Health confirmed that last year the offer was unable to purchase any of these drugs, but said it had imported one of the World Fund, an international funding organization for the fight against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
But the Alliance against AIDS in Indonesia called for more emergency aid in the fund and urged President Goku Widodo to intervene.
Data from the Ministry of Health show that more than 300,000 patients in Indonesia last year relied on antiretroviral doses, while statistics show that the number of people living with AIDS in Indonesia was 630000, while the number of viral deaths was 39,000.
The Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria seeks $ 14 billion to step up efforts to fight the epidemic, said Peter Sands, World Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Epidemics that kill millions
He said money could save 16 million lives and halve the deaths of these three diseases
These funds will be used to build stronger health systems in poor countries that are not equipped to deal with the current outbreaks and fail to cope with possible new epidemics.
"The new threat means there is no central region," Sands said in a statement. "We need to protect and build on the benefits, otherwise these achievements will disappear, deaths and deaths will increase, and the chances of eradicating epidemics will disappear.
With regard to AIDS, around 37 million people worldwide are infected with HIV and about 15 million people do not receive the necessary antiretroviral drugs