Increasing cases of HIV-AIDS transmission in women and children were becoming more and more alarming The central government policy to prevent the transmission of HIV-AIDS had been carried out since 2002, but its implementation has not been satisfactory. Therefore, it is needed to review the local government policy in the prevention and control of HIV-AIDS transmission from mother to child (PMTCT). The study was carried out in West Java province and its 3 cities/districts as the province was one of the five provinces with highest HIV-AIDS cases in Indonesia using. qualitative study through in-depth interviews with the stakeholders of HIV-AIDS programs .The study revealed that West Java province had no adequate local policies and its current policy was not specifically for the PMTCT but it remained in general about HIV-AIDS. Moreover, the policies in the three districts and municipality were the same as of the central and provincial .Clear policy from the local government on PMTCT should be formulated through District Health Office for the implementation of the PMTCT services, including the provision of PMTCT budget ranging from promotive, preventive, currative, and rehabilitative programs.