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  • Knowledge, attitude, practice of massage girls and parlor managers towards AIDS in Jakarta.Ford Foundation (1992)
  • “Five rounds of Behavioral Surveillance Surveys in North-Jakarta, Surabaya, and Manado”.USAID’s grant through the Family Health International/ HIV/AIDS Prevention Project (1996-2000)
  • “Survey of condom use among clients of female sex workers in Riau Province”. The World Bank’s fund through the Indonesia Ministry of Health. (1997)
  • “Survey on condom use among young men in Jakarta, Surabaya, and Denpasar”. DKT Indonesia’s grant (1998)
  • “Ttwo rounds of Behavioral Surveillance Surveys in Bali (Denpasar, Sanur, and Kuta), Kupang, and Ujung Pandang, 1998-2000. AusAID’s grant through the HIV/AIDS and STD Prevention and Care Project
  • “HIV/AIDS Behavioral Surveillance Survey (BSS) in Ujung Pandang, Denpasar, Kupang”. Ministry of Welfare, AusAID. 1998 – 2000.
  • “Survey to Assess Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice towards Condoms Use among Sexually Active Young Men in Jakarta, Surabaya, and Denpasar “.DKT Indonesia. 1998-1999
  • HIV/AIDS Behaviour Surveillance Survey of 1998 in Bali, Ujungpandang and Kupang, Supported by AusAID
  • HIV/AIDS Behaviour Surveillance Survey in Jakarta, Surabaya and Manado,1998; Supported by HAPP/FHI and USAID
  • “Need Assessment among Actors and injecting drug users in HIV/AIDS prevention and mitigation in West Jakarta”.PPK UGM, and Ford Foundation through Masri Singarimbun Research Award Phase 2, 1999-2000.
  • HIV/AIDS Behaviour Surveillance Survey of 1999 in Jakarta, Surabaya and Manado, Supported by HAPP/FHI and USAIDPerception of High school teacher about HIV/AIDS; a preliminary study in Bogor. Diknas (1999)
  • HIV/AIDS Behaviour Surveillance Survey of 2000in Jakarta, Surabaya and Manado,Supported by HAPP/FHI and USAID
  • HIV/AIDS Behaviour Surveillance Survey of 2000 in Bali, Ujungpandangand Kupang,Supported by AusAID.2000-2001
  • Evaluation of the Provincial IEC models in Bali, South Sulawesi and East Nusatenggara, supported by Menkokesra –AusAID (2001)
  • Evaluation of HIV/AIDS prevention within the framework of RH/FP in west Jakarta. UNFPA (2001)
  • “Behavioral Surveillance Study (BSS) among Men groups (gay, transgender, and male sex with male) and injecting drug users (IDU) in Jakarta, Surabaya, Bandung, and Batam”, ASA/FHI. 2002
  • Study of the PH package for STI prevention and care in Central Java and East Java. (2002)
  • In-country training to reduce drug related HIV/AIDS in Indonesia. NIH-Fogarty (2003)
  • Resources mobilization in west java. MOH-PHP Project II-Global (2003)
  • Intervensi IDU. WHO (2003)
  • Baseline Data Collection on Young People and HIV/AIDS prevention in selected Islamic schools, East Java (2003-2004)
  • “Social and economics impact of drugs abuse in 10 cities in Indonesia”,Badan Narkotika Nasional (BNN) (2004)
  • National AIDS Spending Assessment (NASA), 2004”. CHRUI – UNAIDS
  • “Benefit Evaluation Survey (BES) II In ICDC Project District and Control District”. ADB (2004)
  • Situation analysis of the HIV/AIDS vulnerability of young people focusing on injecting drug user. UNESCO (2005)
  • BSS findings serve many purposes, one of them is to supply data concerning behavioural risks. The Centre for Health Research conducted HIV/ AIDS prevention programme among IDUs at South of Jakarta, Indonesia since seven years ago. This is the result of BSS  among Injecting Drug User, specially those whose exposured by the Outreach Programme.
  • Behavioural Surveillance Survey (BSS) among Injecting Drug User (IDUs) at South of Jakarta, Indonesia
  • The Risk of HIV and AIDS among Mobile Population of Northern Coastal of Java and North Sumatera, Indonesia (2007)
  • Policy Review and Legal Document on the Children Affected by HIV & AIDS in Indonesia
  • Dampak Kegiatan Pencegahan dan Penanggulangan HIV dan AIDS terhadap Perubahan Perilaku Berisiko HIV di Kalangan Kelompok Pengguna Napza dengan Suntikan di Wilayah Jakarta Selatan dan Depok (2008)