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SCORA SCORA SCORA (Standing Committee on Sexual & Reproductive Health SCORA (Standing Committee on Sexual & Reproductive Health including HIV/AIDS) was first in 1992 by the under the the including HIV/AIDS) was established first established in 1992 byIFMSA the IFMSA under name of SCOAS (Standing Committee on AIDS and and Sexually Transmitname of SCOAS (Standing Committee on AIDS Sexually Transmitted Diseases) and and laterlater on august of 2014, It was changed into into SCORA ted Diseases) on august of 2014, It was changed SCORA (Standing Committee on Sexual & Reproductive Health including (Standing Committee on Sexual & Reproductive Health including HIV/AIDS). SCORA, engaging in the fieldfield of reproductive health, HIV/AIDS). SCORA, engaging in the of reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, maternal health and many otherother issues suchsuch as sexually transHIV/AIDS, maternal health and many issues as sexually transmitted disease, gender issues including gender-based violence, sexualimitted disease, gender issues including gender-based violence, sexuality and gender identity, as well as sex is led ty and gender identity, as well as education, sex education, is by led abyNORA a NORA (National Officer on Reproductive Health Including HIV/AIDS) with with (National Officer on Reproductive Health Including HIV/AIDS) thehelp of other SCORA’s board of directors. thehelp of other SCORA’s board of directors. SCORA oftenoften cooperate with with manymany organizations that that shareshare the the SCORA cooperate organizations samesame goalsgoals and and purposes. These Organizations including the UNFPA purposes. These Organizations including the UNFPA (United Nations Population Fund) and and the National AIDSAIDS commission. (United Nations Population Fund) the National commission. Together with with the National AIDSAIDS Comission SCORA is helping to fight Together the National Comission SCORA is helping to fight aginst HIV/AIDS and and together with with UNFPA SCORA is helping to fight aginst HIV/AIDS together UNFPA SCORA is helping to fight against HIV/AIDS, gender-based violence, improve sexual & reproduc against HIV/AIDS, gender-based violence, improve sexual & reproduc tive health and also maternal health. tive health and also maternal health. SCORA CIMSA has 21 and 1and observer, and these locals are are SCORA CIMSA haslocals 21 locals 1 observer, and these locals grouped based on their region, therethere are 7are regions in total. Region I: I: grouped based on their region, 7 regions in total. Region UISU,UISU, UNIMAL, UNSIYAH, region II: UR, region III: UI,III:UIN, UPH,UPH, UNIMAL, UNSIYAH, region II:UNAND, UR, UNAND, region UI, UIN, YARSI, region IV: UNPAD, UNISBA (observer), region V: UMY UGM, YARSI, region IV: UNPAD, UNISBA (observer), region V: UMY UGM, UKDW, region VI: UNISSULA, UNS,UNS, UMS,UMS, UMP,UMP, region VII: UNEJ, UNAIR, UKDW, region VI: UNISSULA, region VII: UNEJ, UNAIR, UWKS, UWKS, and UB. and UB.

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Hola SCORAngels & SCORAngers! Hola SCORAngels & SCORAngers! First, I would like to thank you all member of SCORA Indonesia who made of these of activiFirst,across I would like to thank you allallmember ties and keep their spirit to help public and medical SCORA across Indonesia who made all of these activimoretoknowledge ties students and keepgetting their spirit help publicand andexperience medical to promote better sexual and reproductive health of Indonesia. In this 3rd students getting more knowledge and experience to period, SCORA CIMSA proudly publishes our SCORADAR promote better sexual and reproductive health of Indonesia. Inissue this no. 3rd 009. It’s our greatest honor to show our activities in this magazine! period, SCORA CIMSA proudly publishes our SCORADAR issue no. 009. SCORA, on our Sexual and in Reproductive Health It’s ourStanding greatest Committee honor to show activities this magazine! including HIV/AIDS, is one of six standing committees in Center for SCORA, Standing Committee on Sexual and Reproductive HealthIndonesianHIV/AIDS, Medical Students’ Activities. including is one of six standing committees in Center for IndoThrough SCORA, medical students across the Indonesia work nesian Medical Students’ Activities. locally and regionally on students their activities better access work to sexual Through SCORA, based medical acrossforthe Indonesia and reproductive healthcare and more aware to related issues, especially locally and regionally based on their activities for better access to sexual Indonesia. healthcare and more aware to related issues, especially and in reproductive in Indonesia.SCORADAR represents our locals’ activities from 7 regions in CIMSA. Our articles are made many writers across SCORADAR represents ourbylocals’ activities from217 locals. regionsWithout in your participation, SCORADAR will never been made until the CIMSA. Our articles are made by many writers across 21 locals. Without 8th today. Hopefully youwill cannever enjoybeen and made motivated youredition participation, SCORADAR until to thebuild 8th our nation’s health, especially sexual and reproductive health. I hope edition today. Hopefully you can enjoy and motivated to build our this magazine inspiresexual many and members in CIMSA and other NGO nation’s health,could especially reproductive health. I hope this who have same vision and mission to develop and creating many more magazine could inspire many members in CIMSA and other NGO whogreat in achieving our purposes. haveactivities same vision and mission to develop and creating many more great Kudos to everyone who participates in this SCORADAR and activities in achieving our purposes. makes all these projects’who articles for this magazine. So, don’t forget Kudos to everyone participates in this SCORADAR and to grab your SCORADAR issue no. 009 at May Meeting 2018! makes all these projects’ articles for this magazine. So, don’t forget to grab your SCORADAR issue no. 009 at May Meeting 2018! Salam Kechup Basyah~! XOXO Salam Kechup Basyah~! XOXO Raymond Aris Nimrod A.S. NORAAris 2017/2018 Raymond Nimrod A.S.

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EDITORIAL EDITORIALPAGE PAGE Hello SCORA CIMSA!! Hello SCORA CIMSA!! SCORADAR is a magazine published by SCORA CIMSA. it is is realeased every by SCORADAR a magazineon published period, and CIMSA. we’ve finally to youonwithevery SCORA it iscome realeased the 9th edition of SCORADAR. theto SCORAperiod, and we’ve finallyInside come you with DARthe we9th covered some of projects and activities done by the SCORA edition of SCORADAR. Inside the SCORACIMSA’s locals, the latest post report of NLS 2018, andbyalso the DAR we covered some of projects and activities done the SCORA announcement of The Best LORA 3th Period. CIMSA’s locals, the latest post report of NLS 2018, and also the It is such an of honor usLORA as MCC announcement The for Best 3rdSCORA Period. to be able to publish our SCORADAR, the 9th edition. We would like to thank MC Team, It is such an honor for us as MCC SCORA to the be able to publish NCORA, and other related contributed on helping and our SCORADAR, the 9thpartners edition. who We would like to thank the MC Team, supporting usand to make the 8th editionwho of SCORADAR. NCORA, otherthis related partners contributed on helping and We hope, this edition of SCORADAR you can get as supporting usby to reading make this the 8th edition of SCORADAR. many informations about SCORA CIMSA’s related working field. We hope, by reading this edition of SCORADAR youAnd canwe get as also many hope informations that we can give inspirations & motivations to all the locals to we about SCORA CIMSA’s related working field. And keepalso on creating and in order to & improve the nation’s health. hope that weinnovating can give inspirations motivations to all the locals to Last keep but not thisand edition of SCORADAR is not flawless, we are onleast, creating innovating in order to improve the and nation’s health. openLast for but anynot kind of feedbacks suggestions isfor a flawless, better SCORAleast, this editionand of SCORADAR not and we are DAR.open You can sendkind yourofemail to: mcc.scora@cimsa.or.id. for any feedbacks and suggestions for a better SCORAHappy reading! DAR. You can send your email to: mcc.scora@cimsa.or.id. Happy reading! Garindra Hanan Perkasa Garindra Hanan Perkasa Media and Communication Coordinator Media and Communication Coordinator NCORA 2017/2018 NCORA 2017/2018

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1. ABOUT US 3. PREFACE 5. CONTENT 7. NCORA 9. LORA 11. NLS 2018 REPORT 13. International Women’s Day 2018 15. UGM: SATURN 17. UI: IWD 2018! 19. UMS: SRIKANDY 21. UIN: MATCHA x BRIGHTNESS 23. YARSI: MELODY 25. UNEJ: COMDEV MAMA 27. BEST LORA THIRD PERIOD 28. FIND US

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National National Officer on Officer Sexualonand Sexual Reproductive and Reproductive Health HealthV IncludingIncluding HIV/AIDSHIV/AIDS

BERLI ARFANI BERLI ARFANI RANTAM RANTAM AdvisoryAdvisory Board Board

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CHOLYFAH CHOLYFAH V. PUTRI V. PUTRI

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Eldy Dwrandi RNadiaNadia Shabrina M. Alstassyura Eldy Dwrandi R Rizki Rizki Shabrina M. Alstassyura W.A W.A Universitas Universitas Riau Riau

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Universitas Andalas Universitas Islam Bandung Universitas Andalas Universitas Islam Bandung

FarahFarah Alvi RAlvi R

Leonard W Alvin Alvin Leonard W

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Universitas Universitas Indonesia Universitas Islam Negeri Universitas Pelita Harapan Universitas Yarsi Yarsi Universitas Indonesia Universitas Islam Negeri Universitas Pelita Harapan

Wahyu Nabilah M Joseph Joseph Izmardha C Hasnah Rachmayani STasyaTasya Wahyu PA PA PuteriPuteri Nabilah M Izmardha C Hasnah Rachmayani S

Universitas Padjadjaran Universitas Universitas Universitas Padjadjaran KristenKristen Duta Wacana Duta Wacana

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Muhammad Fahrizal H. Niswah MardhiyatillahChairini Chairini Muhammad Fahrizal F. H. F.Niswah Mardhiyatillah Fikry Fikry

Universitas Syiah Kuala Universitas Islam SumateraUniversitas Universitas Malikussaleh Universitas Islam Sumatera Malikussaleh Universitas Syiah Kuala Utara Utara

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Hafida Hanun Aryo Aryo Bimanto Hafida ZahraZahra Hanun Bimanto

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Universitas Jember Universitas AirlanggaUniversitas Universitas Brawijaya Universitas Kusuma Universitas WijayaWijaya Kusuma Universitas NegeriNegeri Jember Universitas Airlangga Brawijaya Surabaya Surabaya

Universitas Islam Sultan Universitas Universitas Sebelas Universitas Muhammadiyah Universitas Muhammadiyah Universitas Muhammadiyah Universitas Islam Sultan Sebelas Universitas Muhammadiyah Purwokerto Surakarta Surakarta AgungAgung Maret Maret Purwokerto

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National Leadership Summit

CIMSA Universitas Sebelas Maret proudly held one of the CIMSA’s annual meeting : National Leadership Summit 2018. National Leadership Summit 2018 took place from 1st until 4th February 2018 in Surakarta. In NLS 2018, there were 3 Parallel Session where SCORANGELS and SCORANGERS all over Indonesia were gathered. Here’s our review of our fun experiences during SCORA Session-NLS 2018 ! The first SCORA Session was opened with Cinderella games as an introductory game and also an ice breaker. After that, the next activity was a talk show with Mr. Puger, founder and caretaker of Rumah Singgah Lentera, a foundation in Surakarta that

providing return shelters for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHAs). This talk show discussed the history of Rumah Singgah Lentera, as well as the joys and sorrows experienced by Mr. Puger as the founder. He also shared some inspirational stories which he experienced with PLHAs. All participants were enthusiastic in participating this talk show. The second SCORA Session was held on Friday, February, 2nd 2018. This session was began with presentation by Indri Hutami as the Taskforce of Vice NORA 2017-2018, and continued by her endorsement as the new Vice NORA 2017-2018. Then, the next activity was the NCORA-Session. In this session, NCORA had

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bers, the best LORA, and the best local who had performed great activities and discipline during CIMSA second period of 2017/2018. In the end of this session, we also conducted gift exchange event and our MCC and FnMC distributed SCORA merchandise and magazine, SCORADAR. So that’s all our fun during SCORA Session in NLS 2018 ! We hope that the delegates who participated were not only felt entertained, but also get the lessons, new experiences, inspiration, and also ready to give our real contribution for Indonesia’s sexual and reproductive Health ! See you at the next national meeting ! Xoxo, SCORA !

a presentation that described each of their job descriptions. After the presentation, all participants are invited to join a Focus Group Discussion that discussed some keywords that related to gender based violance, then each group must present the keywords in the form of promotional roleplay. Here comes the session that was the most awaited SCO-session of this meeting : game session and SCORAWR (SCORA Award)! In the game session, all the participants were very enthusiastic and having fun! The game then continued by SCORAWR. In SCORAWR, the NCORA announced some awards that were given to the best mem-

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Women's Women's rights rights are the are most the most fundamental fundamental human human rights rights estabestablished lished by the byUnited the United Nations Nations about about 70 70 yearsyears ago.ago. Unfortunately, Unfortunately, it is it is hindered hindered by gender-based by gender-based violence. violence. INTERNATIONAL INTERNATIONAL ONEONE out out of THREE of THREE (33.4%) (33.4%) women women WOMEN’S WOMEN’S DAYDAY 20182018 agedaged 15-64 15-64 yearsyears havehave experienced experienced physical physical and and / or /sexual or sexual abuse abuse com-committed mitted by their by their partners partners or non-partor non-partners ners (National (National Women's Women's Life Life ExperiExperienceence Survey Survey - Central - Central Bureau Bureau of of SCORA & SCORP SCORA & SCORP Statistics Statistics 2016). 2016). The The fact fact of sexual of sexual CIMSA INDONESIA violence CIMSA INDONESIA violence shows shows a patriarchal a patriarchal disgrace disgrace in our inculture our culture as a nation as a nation of Indonesia. of Indonesia. The The viewview that that women women are the aresubordithe subordination nation of men of men results results in-people's in-people's perceived perceivedmisinterpretation misinterpretationof of

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gender gender dynamics,an dynamics,an imprecise imprecise viewview if weif also we also recognize recognize that that menmen and and women women are essentially are essentially created created to complement to complement eacheach other. other. Rrape Rrape cultural cultural acts acts that that harass harass women women suchsuch as catcalling, as catcalling, peeppeeping at ingwomen at women who who are changing are changing clothes, clothes, blaming blaming women's women's overly overly openopen dressdress (even(even summing summing it upit up as a as cause a cause of rape), of rape), sexist sexist jokes, jokes, stigma stigma to widows to widows as aassex-crazy, a sex-crazy, & so& on. so on. The The abandonment abandonment of of women's women's rights rights is a ismatter a matter of inequality of inequality that that places places women women in disadvantaged in disadvantaged positions positions & must & must be addressed be addressed through through a path a path of equality of equality that that requires requires the the movement movement of the of the whole whole society. society. Beginning Beginning on March on March 8, 2018, 8, 2018, SCORP-SCORA SCORP-SCORA CIMSA CIMSA organized organized the International the International Women's Women's Day Day 20182018 campaign campaign as a as form a form of assertion of assertion that that everyevery woman woman has the has right the right to fight to fight for her for voice her voice belongbelonging to ingthe to rights the rights possessed possessed in the in field the field of sexual of sexual & & reproductive reproductive health, health, as well as well as aas form a form of of gender-based gender-based anti-discrimination anti-discrimination & violence & violence raperape culture) culture) which which has been has been put women put women at the at disadthe disadvantaged vantaged position. position. The The campaign campaign is implemented is implemented bothboth in social in social media media and and in the in the field.field. In social In social media, media, heldheld photo photo campaigns, campaigns, quizzes quizzes (IWD-Quiz(IWD-Quizzes!),zes!), & infographics. & infographics. Photo Photo campaigns campaigns are done are done through through twibbon twibbon installations installations simultaneously, simultaneously, the the twibbon twibbon contains contains messages messages & facts & facts showing showing concern concern for women's for women's rights, rights, especially especially in the inareas the areas of sexual of sexual and and reproductiv reproductiv health, health, campaigning campaigning followed followed by atbyleast at least 839 participants 839 participants across across Indo-Indonesia. nesia. The The quiz quiz (IWD-Quizzes!) (IWD-Quizzes!) AimsAims to survey to survey the level the level of the of community the community knowledge knowledge & awareness & awareness through through related related issues, issues, the quiz the quiz is participated is participated by by 788 participants, 788 participants, quiz quiz participants participants showshow highhigh concern concern on related on related issues issues and and therethere is anisincreased an increased knowledge knowledge &awareness &awareness of quiz of quiz at the at beginning the beginning of the of the campaign campaign (March (March 8, 2018) 8, 2018) compared compared to the to quiz the quiz at the at end the end of the of campaign the campaign (March (March 22, 2018). 22, 2018). Infographics Infographics werewere uploaded uploaded five five times times in the in campaign the campaign period period to collegate to collegate the evidence-based the evidence-based knowledge knowledge of related of related issues. issues. In the In the field,field, in several in several locallocal organizations organizations heldheld an internal an internal capacity capacity building building that that addresses addresses the the issues issues comprehensively. comprehensively. Capacity Capacity building building usedused modules modules compiled compiled by the bySCORP-SCORA the SCORP-SCORA CIMSA CIMSA ad-hoc ad-hoc ad campaign ad campaign teamteam and and was was hosted hosted by each by each locallocal committee, committee, HRTHRT and and PETRA. PETRA. In some In some cities, cities, in fact, in fact, our our members members followed followed a series a series of women's of women's march march in their in their respective respective cities. cities.

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Handajani, (Lecturer harassment. Handajani, M.A.M.A. (Lecturer of of harassment. Anthropology of FIB of event the event of FIB UGMUGM and and The The peakpeak of the was wasAnthropology gender expert), Wahida, on April 7, 2018. A series expert), DinaDina Wahida, heldheld on April 7, 2018. A series of ofgender (Psychologist focusing events consisted of "Memoria"M.PsiM.Psi (Psychologist focusing on on events consisted of "Memoria" sexual violence), Norcahyo talk shows, discussions, violence), and and Norcahyo films,films, talk shows, discussions, and andsexual W. (UNFPA), moderator documentary video playings W. (UNFPA), and and moderator documentary video playings werewereBudiBudi Keisha A. Lyubiana. In addition attended by participants 157 participants A. Lyubiana. In addition to to attended by 157 agedagedKeisha discussing subject 15-29. "Memoria", the the film,film, the the subject 15-29. The The film film "Memoria", by bydiscussing highlighted by SATURN is about Kamila Andini, a director by SATURN is about Kamila Andini, a director who who just justhighlighted the form of sexual harassment made achievement at thethe form of sexual harassment and and made an an achievement at the the psychological impact Berlin Festival, the storythe psychological impact that that can can Berlin FilmFilm Festival, tells tells the story inflicted. event a woman in Timor inflicted. The The event thenthen of aofwoman in Timor LesteLeste who whobe be the victim of rape during continued a brief video with with a brief video brief-briefwas was the victim of rape during the thecontinued ing of social our social experiment docuconflict, giving a dowrying of our experiment docuconflict, and and how how giving a dowry mentation representing the kinds has shifted meaning a symbolmentation representing the kinds has shifted meaning into into a symbol of people's reactions of "purchasing" women. Vulnera-of people's reactions whenwhen view-viewof "purchasing" women. Vulneraing sexual harassment.The event blesexual to sexual harassment in timesing sexual harassment.The event ble to harassment in times concluded the submisof conflict, the cultural settingthenthen concluded with with the submisof conflict, and and the cultural setting of appreciation certificates in film the film Memoria became in the Memoria became one onesion sion of appreciation certificates of the topics discussed during performers a photo the the performers & a& photo of the topics discussed during a afor for hosted by Dr. together. talk talk showshow hosted by Dr. SuzieSuzietogether.

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SHE HAS A CHOICE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY Project from UI

In order to commemorate International Women’s Day, SCORA x SCORP CIMSA UI held a project consisting a social media campaign, assessment, a seminar and talk show. The social media campaign includes educative poster and ‘This or That’ that aims to increase the awareness of Rape Culture and Sexual Reproductive Health Rights. We also asked people to fill out an assessment to share their experiences related to Rape Culture.

For main event, we held a seminar, #SheHasAChoice on 4th April 2018 at UI, with the theme “Rape Culture and Sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR)”.Ryan, CIMSA UI former Local Coordinator, was the first speaker that brought the topic SRHR. He spelled out all the rights that women have over their bodies. Surprisingly, many people didn’t know about these rights they owned.

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Society’s poor knowledge on SRHR allegedly has made this vulnerable situation for women to be treated unequally, and remained silent. He also brought up the topic about SRHR from the doctor everyday-clinical aspect. The second talk show was an interactive talk show and role play that was brought by Raden Hidayat, a member of SCORA CIMSA UIN Jakarta. Seeing the uprising problems of rape culture in Indonesia, he explained thoroughly about rape culture and giving out tips how to deal with those situations. In the of the talk show, all the participants were asked to do a role-play to help them to understand the real-life situation of rape culture.

The participants were divided into three groups, with those who act as the rapists, victims, and saviors/educators. The role-play went smoothly and made the participants understand more clearly how bad rape culture was and knew what to do in that kind of situation. We hoped that all the participants would keep their enthusiasm on the issues of SRHR and rape culture, and would share their knowledge of those issues to the public, so the public would be aware of their rights and the danger of rape culture.

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Based Based on Indonesia's on Indonesia's SustainabiliSustainabili-ableable education education to the to community the community ty Goals ty Goals (SDGs) (SDGs) on the on 5th the point 5th pointabout about cases cases like the like above the above should should that that is gender is gender quality, quality, givesgives a abe immediately be immediately erased erased because because it it prespective prespective that that the the world's world'scould could harmharm the future the future of individuof individugender gender issueissue is one is one of many of many issues issuesals and als and nations. nations. that that mustmust be solved be solved immediately. immediately. By looking By looking at the at the cases cases There There are so aremany so many cases cases regardregard-above, above, and and with with SCORA’s SCORA’s SDGs SDGs ing the ing gender the gender issues, issues, nowadays nowadayspoints, points, SCORA SCORA and and SCORP SCORP therethere are many are many women women who who got gotCIMSA CIMSA decided decided to collaborate to collaborate on on sexually sexually harassed harassed based based on men’s on men’san event an event named named SRIKANDY SRIKANDY (Save(Save opinion opinion that that women women can can be bethe the Right, Right, KeepKeep the the Authority Authority empowered empowered in everything, in everything, includinclud-Women’s Women’s Body) Body) on 18th on 18th of March of March ing ing sexual sexual related related issues. issues. ThereThere-2018,2018, heldheld at the at Edu the Edu ParkPark UMS.UMS. fore,fore, Indonesia Indonesia commits commits to toThe organizing The organizing committees committees gavegave a a protect protect women women by re-reading by re-reading the thetraining training to the to visitors the visitors at the at Edu the Edu problem problem of rape. of rape. Responding Responding to toPark,Park, thenthen followed followed with with a cama camthe the problem, problem, it is itnecessary is necessary to topaign. paign. The The OCsOCs arrived arrived at the atpark the park havehave a program a program of protection of protection for forat approximately at approximately 10.0010.00 AM, AM, and and women women in order in order to reduce to reduce the theimmediately immediately started started the the planplan by by return returnof ofcases casesof ofrape.rape.meeting meeting with with a few a few visitors visitors that that For sexual For sexual violence violence in the in theagreed agreed to be togiven be given a quick a quick train-traindomains domains of domestic of domestic / personal / personaling ing about about Empowering Empowering Women Women violence, violence, this this year,year, raperape occupies occupiesAgainst Against RapeRape Culture Culture led by ledLORA by LORA the the highest highest position position of 1,389 of 1,389of CIMSA of CIMSA UMS.UMS. AfterAfter donedone with with cases, cases, followed followed by obscenity by obscenity of ofthe training, the training, we ended we ended the event the event 1,2661,266 cases. cases. This This year’s year’s CATAHU CATAHUwith with a campaign a campaign at the atEdu the Edu ParkPark in in reports reports the the casecase of rape of rape in inorder order to promote to promote our theme our theme that that marriage marriage is asismany as many as 135 as 135 cases casesis “ isSave “ Save the the Right, Right, KeepKeep the the and and perpetrator perpetrator of highest of highest sexual sexualAuthority Authority Women’s Women’s Body” Body” violence violence in the in domains the domains of KDRT of KDRT (Domestic (Domestic Violence)/personal Violence)/personal is is girlfriends girlfriends of of 2,0172,017 people. people. Women Women who who are often are often victimized victimized rarely rarely get get justice justice because because the the incidence incidence of rape of rape mostly mostly considconsideredered a mistake a mistake of women. of women. It has It has become become a common a common discourse discourse that that mostmost menmen thinkthink theythey own own women, women, so when so when theythey are on arethe on rise the rise of a of a hardhard to stop to stop sexual sexual desire, desire, theythey thinkthink it’s okay it’s okay to rape. to rape. Indispens Indispens

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MATCHAxxBRIGHTNESS BRIGHTNESS MATCHA Maternal Health Education and Breast Feeding Awareness Campaign 2 20 0 11 88 Maternal Health Education and Breast Feeding Awareness Campaign

and and Breast Feeding According to the WHO, Education Breast Feeding According to the WHO,Education Campaign). This This activimaternal deaths are deaths during Awareness Campaign). activimaternal deaths are deaths duringAwareness with with the the aim aim to to pregnancy or within a period of 42of 42ty istyconducted is conducted pregnancy or within a period the awareness of women daysdays afterafter the end of pregnancy, increase the awareness of women the end of pregnancy,increase age,age, pregnant due due to alltocauses associated with withof reproductive of reproductive pregnant all causes associated and and mothers who who are are or aggravated by pregnancy or orwomen, women, mothers or aggravated by pregnancy treatment, but but not not caused by bybreastfeeding breastfeedingabout abouthealth health treatment, caused pregnancy, the dangers of of accidents / injuries. Based on onduring during pregnancy, the dangers accidents / injuries. Based the the benefits of breastIndonesia’s Demographic and andabortion, abortion, benefits of breastIndonesia’s Demographic and and how how to provide Health Survey 20122012 , the, maternal feeding to provide Health Survey the maternalfeeding well well and and correctly. As As mortality rate rate in Indonesia is still breastfeed correctly. mortality in Indonesia is stillbreastfeed well well as toasreduce MMRMMR (Maternal highhigh at 359 to reduce (Maternal at per 359 100,000. per 100,000. Based on the Rate), the the incidence of of Based on background the backgroundMortality Mortality Rate), incidence and and mistakes in breastgiven, it canit be that that it is still abortion mistakes in breastgiven, canseen be seen it isastill aabortion Mother. The The event was was highhigh MMRMMR (Mortality Rate)Rate) and and not notfeeding feeding Mother. event (Mortality on Saturday, January 20, 2018 yet ayet maximal rate rate of breastfeedon Saturday, January 20, 2018 a maximal of breastfeed-heldheld Community Hall Hall RW RW ing ing in in Indonesia. Therefore, Al Mizan Community Indonesia. Therefore,at AlatMizan Ciputat. SCORA and and SCOPH CIMSA UIN UIN07, Cipayung, SCORA SCOPH CIMSA 07, Cipayung, Ciputat. The The first first material presentcollaborated to conduct a transco material presentcollaborated to conduct a transco project Fadhilah, Ph.D., a a eddr. byMarita dr. Marita Fadhilah, Ph.D., projectcalled calledMATCHA MATCHAx xed by BRIGHTNESS (Maternal Health doctor who who brought BRIGHTNESS (Maternal Healthcommunity community doctor brought

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the game is aimed to see material on maternal health and andwhere where the game is aimed to see material on maternal health of understanding of the abortion. The The material is presentthe level of understanding of the abortion. material is present-the level on understanding the the ed by for about 45 45participants participants on understanding ed dr. by Marita dr. Marita for about given. Furthermore, we we minutes and and 15 minutes for quesmaterial given. Furthermore, minutes 15 minutes for ques-material a game about recounting tion tion and and answer session. AfterAfterdid did a game about recounting answer session. whenwhen pregnant and and that,that, moving on to second experiences pregnant moving on the to the secondexperiences it is itvery unique counseling about the importance breastfeeding, is very unique counseling about the importancebreastfeeding, interesting. Not Not to forget, of breastfeeding and and how how to toand and interesting. to forget, of breastfeeding was was conducted before breastfeed well well and and correctly, thenthenpre-test pre-test conducted before breastfeed correctly, of the and post-test in this session also also performed a athe start the start ofevent the event and post-test in this session performed of the There is a is a demonstration of breast massage at end the end of event. the event. There demonstration of breast massageat the to increase the quantity of breast significantincrease increaseof ofthe the to increase the quantity of breastsignificant milk.This material was was delivered pre-test value. overall milk.This material deliveredpost-test post-test pre-test value. overall wentwent well.It is expected by Mrs. Wilda Amalia, a midwife the event well.It is expected by Mrs. Wilda Amalia, a midwifethe event this project can provide benefromfrom Rubidza Home Care.Care. Particithis project can provide beneRubidza Home Partici-that that in terms of of pants looked very very enthusiastic, as asfits to fitsthe to participants the participants in terms pants looked enthusiastic, health and and pregnancy as as evidenced by the active particimaternal health pregnancy evidenced by the active partici-maternal as raising awareness of the pants giving questions to the pants giving questions to thewell well as raising awareness of the importance of breastfeeding to to material bearers. importance of breastfeeding material bearers. AfterAfter that,that, the event at the infant and and childchild health improve infant health the event at theimprove end end of the cerdas cermat game of the cerdas cermat gamerates. rates.

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MELODY.

Yarsi Maternal Health for

Mommy and Daddy

Indonesia's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is targeting that, by the year of 2015, infant mortality and under-five mortality rates was decreased by two-thirds in the 1990-2015 period. Based on these results, Indonesia is committed to reduce infant mortality from 68 to 32 / 1.000 KH and under-five mortality rate from 97 to 23 / 1,000 KH by 2015. Facing the challenges and targets of the SDGs, it is necessary to have a child health program that can reduce morbidity and deaths in infants and toddlers. Growth and development of infants and toddlers is largely determined by the amount of breast milk obtained, including the energy and other nutrients

contained in the milk, and to reduce infant and young babies' morbidity and mortality. In addition, mother-baby interactions and nutrient contained in breast milk is needed for the development of the baby brain's nervous system to improve the baby's development. To help make that happen SCORA CIMSA YARSI on Saturday, March 31st, 2018, held an event called MELODY (Maternal Health for Mommy and Daddy) at GOR Senen, Cempaka Putih. Committees of the event invited married couples to provide them with education. At 08.00 some couples started to arrive at the venue and given directions to register first. Then, the event started at 09.00

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with the welcome from MELODY’s Project Officer (PO), Lenny Gusniati and continued with a greeting from LORA CIMSA YARSI, Deybi Eri Cahyani. In this event an education about how to be a husband SIAGA for mother and baby later is given by Dr. Agung Witjaksono, Sp.OG and continued by Midwife Wilda Amalia who will provide education about breastfeeding for babies and pregnant mothers massage conducted by the husbands so that the mother will always remain relax until birth. Prior to education, pre-test was taken to the participant about general knowledge to become husbands SIAGA and breastfeeding for babies. During the event

where materials are given, the couples were very enthusiastic. The materials were all given by the doctor for about an hour, then continued by materials given by Bildan Wilda Amalia, and after materials given by midwifes were done, we did a direct practice of pregnant mother massaged by her husband. After the series of the events were finished, we closed it with plaque giving to both speakers by LORA CIMSA YARSI and MELODY’s PO.

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Maternal Maternal mortality mortality (MMR) (MMR)prevent prevent complications complications during during is the is number the number of maternal of maternal deaths deathspregnancy, pregnancy, childbirth, childbirth, and and childchilddue due to complications to complications of pregnanof pregnan-birthbirth that that can can result result in maternal in maternal cy, childbirth, cy, childbirth, and and the the puerperal puerperaldeaths. deaths. According Menuruttoprofil the health kesehatan period period recorded recorded within within one one year yearprofile Kabupaten of JemberJember, Regency,pada in 2014 tahun per per 10001000 live live births births at the at the samesamein Arjasa 2014District, di Kecamatan the dropArjasa out rate angka time.time. Jember Jember itselfitself has has heldheld the theof ANC dropis very out high ANC(K1 = sangat 97%; K4 tinggi title title as the as highest the highest holder holder of the of the= 47%). (K1=97%; This certainly K4=47%). gives Hal aini bigtentu number number one one MMRMMR in East in East Java.Java.impact memberikan on AKI inpengaruh Jember. yang Therebesar Based Based on these on these facts,facts, MAMA MAMA or orfore,terhadap MAMA decided AKI di toJember. focus onOleh Maternal Maternal Acquaintance Acquaintance for Mom's for Mom'sthe ANC, karenainitu, particular MAMAincreasing memutuskan Awareness Awareness was was initiated initiated by bythe number untuk of berfokus ANCs in Kemuninpada ANC, SCORA SCORA CIMSA CIMSA UNEJ UNEJ with with the aim the aimglor khususnya Village, Arjasa meningkatkan District as an jumlah of reducing of reducing MMRMMR in Jember in JembereffortANC to di reduce Desa AKI Kemuninglor, in Jember KecaDistrict. District. District matan Arjasa sebagai upaya Maternal Maternal death death can can be be menurunkan MAMA hasAKI implemented di Kabupaten prevented, prevented, one one of which of which is by is by1x bonding Jember. and 1x intervention. routinely routinely checking checking the pregnancy the pregnancyBuninglor Village MAMA Office has on implemented April 1, through through ANCANC to the to health the health worker worker20181xand bonding April 8, and 2018. 1x intervention. The firs so as so to as know to know the the risk risk factors factorstbonding Buninglor was performed Village Office by on pregApril 1, experienced experienced during during pregnancy pregnancy to tonant2018 women's and April gymnastics 8, 2018. in cooThe first

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of fighting AIDS is through prevention “The“The onlyonly wayway of fighting AIDS is through prevention of prevention is through education.” and and the the onlyonly wayway of prevention is through education.”

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