FY 2008 Indonesia Partners

Information subject to change as improved data becomes available.

The list below includes prime1 partners obligated3 PEPFAR money in fiscal year 2008 and the sub-partners2 of those prime partners.

The 2008 prime and sub-partner list reflects organizations that were obligated FY 2008 money during fiscal year 2008 - that is from October 1, 2007 through September 30, 2008.

The list is based on data provided by U.S. Government agency field offices during the Annual Program Results updates submitted to the Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator. This information will be updated as new data becomes available.

Prime Partner:


Constella Futures

Obligated FY08 Funds:



Program Areas:


Other/Policy Analysis and Systems Strengthening




Prime Partner:


Family Health International

Obligated FY08 Funds:



Program Areas:


Abstinence/Be Faithful

ARV Services

Basic Health Care and Support

Condoms and Other Prevention

Counseling and Testing

Other/Policy Analysis and Systems Strengthening

Palliative Care: TB/HIV


Strategic Information



Dian Harapan Hospital

Himpunan Abiasa

Himpunan Konselor HIV/AIDS

Huria Kristen Batak Protestan

Ikatan Gaya Arema Malang

Institute for Community Development and Social Advocacy

Jaringan Kesehatan Masyarakat

Kelompok Kerja Bina Sehat

Kelompok Kerja Waria Malang Raya Peduli AIDS

Komite Kemanusiaan Indonesia

Komunitas Aksi Kemanusiaan Indonesia

Lembaga Paramitra

Lembaga Peduli AIDS Karya Bhakti

Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengembangan Sumber Daya dan Lingkungan Hidup

Lembaga Swadana Masyarakat Graha Mitra

Lembaga Swadana Masyarakat Warga Siaga

Lembaga Swadaya Masyarakat Tegakkan Empaty Gapai Asa dan Percaya Diri

Paguyuban Srikandi Pasundan

Palang Merah Indonesia Banyuwangi

Perhimpunan Buruh Independen

Perkumpulan Keluarga Berencana Indonesia

Perkumpulan Keluarga Berencana Indonesia Semarang

Perkumpulan Pemberantasan Tuberkulosis Indonesia Jakarta

Persatuan Waria Kota Surabaya

Pusat Pengkajian dan Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Nelayan

Solidaritas Perempuan untuk Kemanusiaan dan Hak Asasi Manusia

Yayasan Bambu Nusantara

Yayasan Bandungwangi

Yayasan Batam Taurism Development Board

Yayasan Bentan Serumpun

Yayasan Bina Insani

Yayasan Center for Studying and Milleu

Yayasan Fatayat Nahdiatul Ulama

Yayasan Gaya Batam

Yayasan Gaya Nusantara

Yayasan Genta

Yayasan Gerakan Penanggulangan Narkoba dan Aids

Yayasan Gerakan Sosial Advokasi dan Hak Asasi Manusia untuk Gay

Yayasan Hanz

Yayasan Harapan Ibu

Yayasan Hotline Surabaya

Yayasan Insan Hamdani-Bandung Plus Support

Yayasan Kalandara

Yayasan Kapela

Yayasan kelompok Kerja Wanita Papua

Yayasan Komunikasi Karya Anak Bangsa 

Yayasan Kusuma Buana

Yayasan Layak

Yayasan Media

Yayasan Mitra Karya Mandiri

Yayasan Mitra Sehati

Yayasan Mulia Abadi

Yayasan Mutiara Hati

Yayasan Peduli Aids Deli Serdang

Yayasan Pelangi Kasih Nusantara

Yayasan Penguatan Rakyat Pedesaan

Yayasan Prakarsa Bagi Masyarakat Mandiri

Yayasan Solidaritas Perempuan Pekerja Seks

Yayasan Sosial Agustinus Sorong

Yayasan Srikandi Sejati

Yayasan Srimersing


Yayasan Tegak Tegar




Prime Partner:


US Agency for International Development

Obligated FY08 Funds:



Program Areas:


Management and Staffing


1 Prime partner: A prime partner is an entity which receives funding directly from, and has a direct contractual relationship (contract, cooperative agreement, grant, etc.) with, the USG agency. Please note that there is a distinction between an organization and a partner. An organization can be any organization listed in the Country Operational and Plan Reporting System (COPRS). An organization becomes a partner by being selected by a country as either a prime or a sub. A partner has a funding relationship with the USG agency. (Source: President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief FY 2007 Country Operational Plan Guidance; Page 40)

2 Sub-partner: A sub partner is defined as an entity to which a prime partner allocates funding. (Source: President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, FY 2007 Country Operational Plan Guidance; Page 44)

3 Obligation: An agreement that will result in outlays, immediately or in the future. When you place an order, sign a contract, award a grant, purchase a service, provide incremental funding or take other actions that require the Government to make payments to the public or from one Government account to another, you incur an obligation. Budgetary resources must be available before obligations can be incurred legally. Obligations should not exceed available budgetary resources. For this Annual Program Results Report, only report on obligations made during the fiscal year (October 1, 2005 through September 30, 2006). (Source: President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief FY 2006 Annual Program Results (APR) Guidance for Focus and 2006 Mini-COP Country Reporting, p.6)

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