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Pelatihan Kesehatan Reproduksi bagi Remaja

On August 30-September 1, 2019 ago, 27 ALITOL youth consisted of high school / vocational high school students and students who were given training on Reproductive Health (Kespro). The aim of this training is to recognize appropriate knowledge of the reproductive process, as well as how to protect their health, and it is hoped that young people will be more responsible for themselves about the improvement process, and can think again before doing things that can be avoided. This training presented about the definition of health delivered and the sections related to their rights, reproductive organs and their functions, menstruation, ejaculation, pregnancy, and hygiene care for reproductive organs and HIV-AIDS. In addition, it also discussed sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), puberty, health and payment issues, and provided participants with information delivery techniques to peers. The material is delivered with a variety of methods, given group discussions, case studies, and lectures. The participants were very active in participating in this training.

In addition to material on reproductive health, these teens also discussed a number of other materials such as opposing and exploiting sections, how to take a stand when facing problems by cleaning up negative memories, making mind maps of posters, videos and texts and making campaign for sex with children a crime.

The youth stated that they got a lot of new information from this training activity. They hoped that this material on Reproductive Health can be conveyed to the entire community specifically for teenagers. The number of teenagers who have sex at an early age is increasing, resulting in unwanted pregnancies, sexually transmitted diseases, and unsafe abortions that can cause death. Therefore, it is necessary to disseminate information about repairs and sections for teenagers so they can control themselves and avoid problems related to their reproductive organs.

Author,

Rilna Parera

CRP Surabaya Program Coordinator