Lilin Kenangan dipersembahkan untuk:
"sahabat ODHA, jangan pernah putus asa tetap bersemangat menjalani hidup !
tidak perlu malu dengan orang disekitar, kuat kan lah diri mu.
masih banyak orang yang perduli dan sayang pada mu...
NEVER GIVE UP !!!" oleh: bone seno
HIV and Syphilis Prevalence and Risk Behaviour Survey Among Prisoners in Indonesia Deskripsi: In an attempt to realize the 2010-2014 National Action Plan on HIV/AIDS Prevention and Narcotics Abuse at the Correctional Technical Executive Unit, the Directorate General of Correctional Institutions, along with AusAID, UNODC, NAC, the Ministry of Health and HCPI developed and executed an HIV and syphilis prevalence study in prisons and detention centers in a spirit of collaboration. As one of the main activities in the Research and Development Program, the study was the first performed nation-wide to identify the HIV and syphilis prevalence in prisons and detention centers. The research results have provided the Directorate General of Correctional Institutions the latest HIV and syphilis prevalence data at prisons and detention centers to use for program development, monitoring and evaluation as well as input for national policy on HIV and AIDS prevention and narcotics abuse at the Correctional Technical Executive Unit.
This research was carried out through a process of thorough discussion, planning and design in accordance with the health research protocols applicable in Indonesia. Several reasons why this research had to be carried out prudently and based on respect for human rights are as follows:
The research was carried out at prisons and detention centers;
The respondents were prisoners at a prison or detention center;
The subject of research is HIV and syphilis, which is a very sensitive issue among inmates.
With a strict methodology, inclusion and exclusion criteria were created to select the locations of research (prisons and detention centers) and 24 prisons and detention centers in 13 provinces in Indonesia were selected as data collection sites. Respondents in this research were limited to those who were already sentenced and classified as prisoners. It was determined that the required respondent sample would be 1,300 prisoners.
To prevent discrimination and stigmatization and to allow generalization of results, respondents were randomly selected. The researchers first explained the data collecting process and obtain the selected prisoner’s approval through informed consent before the interview began. The study used Audio Computer Assisted Self Interview method in collecting the data from 1,300 respondents in which respondents filled in the questionnaire themselves with the aid of a computer in a separate room.
The data obtained from the field was processed and analyzed using STATA, and is presented in this report. The data in this report will be used as a basis for the development and assessment of the program’s achievements in the next few years. In order to monitor the HIV and syphilis prevalence among the prisoners, it is expected that this research can be carried out every 3-4 years.
By: Ministry of Justice and Human Rights, Secretariate National AIDS Commission, the Ministry of Health, HCPI, UNODC, WHO, UNAIDS Secretariate, AIDSina Foundation and AusAID Ukuran file: 0 bytes Dimasukkan: 28-Jun-2011 Downloand: 19