What should we do about the sex trade?
Nadhira Nuraini Afifa
Physician practicing in Lombok who has also conducted several studies on HIV/AIDS in Indonesia
The number of HIV/AIDS cases in Indonesia continues to rise ahead of World AIDS Day commemorated every Dec. 1. In last year’s Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) meeting, Indonesia joined other countries in a declaration to end the global epidemic by 2030. This includes zero infection, zero deaths and zero discrimination.
In 2016, the number of people livin...
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