Why? Because the traffic here is unbearable! Really... not a single day went by since I'm back that the roads are being without heavy traffic. After getting used to Bali's traffic conditions -and loving it- going back on Jakarta's road is very hard indeed. Unfortunately, Jakarta's public transportation lack facilities, so people tend to go everywhere with by car, which makes the roads super crowded and causing traffic jams everywhere.
To solve this problem, the government is trying their best to improve public transportation, so many more people will use the bus instead of taking their own car. I seriously believe that if we have good public transport, people will leave their cars and motorcycles at home and as a result the roads will be less full.
I can't help thinking that this is the same with new HIV cases in Indonesia: if the government doesn't provide the right information to people, the spread of the HIV virus will increase and Indonesia will get stuck with many more cases of HIV/AIDS.
How can we decrease the spread of HIV virus, you ask? Get to know the correct information about HIV, AIDS, safe sex, HIV testing and everything else you need to know before you can take the best decisions about how you want to live your life responsibly. You can get all that and more on our website, on our Facebook page ‘Asia against AIDS-Back To Zero: Indonesia’ and on Twitter @AsiaAgainstAIDS. The most important thing is to share the news with your loved ones, so they can also benefit from the knowledge.