The documents may be viewed or downloaded in PDF form by clicking on the link provided.
Positive Fund provides small grants and loans to people living with HIV in Indonesia who experience emergencies. Positive Fund is totally funded by donations from people who care.
The Role of Peer Support in Improving the Quality of Life of PLHIV in Indonesia 2011
Study by Spiritia Foundation in cooperation with the Research and Development Institute of Universitas Muhamadiyah Prof. DR Hamka
Human Rights Project I
Documentation regarding human rights violations against people living with HIV/AIDS in Indonesia, according to the first survey in 2001-2002
Statement by participants at the Third National Meeting of Peer Support Groups – 2006
Statement by participants at the First Indonesian Congress of PLHAs – 2005
Statement by participants at the Second National Meeting of Peer Support Groups – 2004
Statement by Participants at the 4th Indonesian Meeting of People with AIDS – 2004
Amplifying the Voices of People with AIDS in Papua
Report on a Visit to Papua by a Spiritia Team, February-March 2006
Report on Local Strengthening Visits
Report on visits by Spiritia teams to 36 towns in 20 provinces of Indonesia November 2001 – August 2003
CST CD-ROM Contents
Contents list for Spiritia’s CD-ROM of CST, 31 Maret 2006
Catatan: This CD-ROM, with almost 2,000 files, mostly in English, may be obtained from Yayasan Spiritia at a price of Rp50.000 including shipping to any location in Indonesia. For information on obtaining this CD-ROM, and on shipping to overseas locations, please E-mail Spiritia
Report on 9th Bangkok Symposium on HIV Medicine
The 9th Bangkok Symposium on HIV Medicine was held by HIV-NAT 18-20 January 2006, This is a brief report by Chris Green from Spiritia, who attended the symposium, funded by IHPCP.
Last update: 16 May 2013