Name of the activity: Back to 90’s

Country/NMO: Indonesia (CIMSA-ISMKI)

Program: HIV/AIDS & Other STIs

Contact information: [email protected]

Type of the activity: Capacity Building (Training or Workshop). Teaching and develop knowledge, skills and techniques in a particular field. While training can have any form, workshops are more formal and also include exchange of information between participants.

General description:

The Back to 90s event series was held for 4 days. The first day was conducted KOPHA Upgrading by giving material about HIV/AIDS and continued with “ODHA communication – talk shows with PLWHA and sharing material in the form of SWG with ALSA (Asian Law Student Association ) about free social law in Indonesia. The second day of the KOPHA Roadshow, KOPHA, conducted mass counseling in each school with posters they had made, and collected anti-negative stigma petitions against PLWHA from each of their school friends, as well as On Air on Khalimaya Bhaskara radio to talk about HIV / AIDS. The third day was carried out on HIV / AIDS education and transmission, by the collaboration of the UNISMA hospital, and VCT was also carried out to the key population of poor street children from the East Java humanitarian foundation in Malang.

Focus area:

Prevention of All STIs or Are Specific STIs, HIV/AIDS Testing, Removing Stigmatization and Empowering People Living with HIV, Raising Awareness Among the General Public About STIs, and Ensuring Access to Treatment for People Living with HIV or Other STIs

Problem statement:

As of December 2016, the number of new cases of AIDS reported in Indonesia was 17.394 cases, and 36.881 for HIV cases. Of these, 3.679 (21.1%) of them died. it is estimated that the number of People Living with HIV/AIDS in East Java reaches 57,321 people, and since then, East Java has been designated as one of the province in Indonesia with the highest HIV prevalence, with Malang Regency as one of the biggest contributors.

Target groups:

General population, Medical students, Healthcare Students, Other Students, Youth, Homeless people, High School Students and people with HIV/AIDS

Beneficiaries:

General population, Medical students, Healthcare Students, Other Students, Homeless people, High School Students and people with HIV/AIDS

Objectives and indicators of success:

OBJECTIVE

-Participate in World Aids Day, and participate in SDG’s success every year on December 1st

– To socialize and provide community called as KOPHA in Malang city every 4 month Giving knowledge to KOPHA so they can teach what is taught to their friends in their school as primary prevention

– To socialize and provide education about HIV, and how to detect HIV to high school students (KOPHA) in Malang every 4 month

– Increasing the awareness of KOPHA and the community about HIV / AIDS as a form of primary prevention every year

– Act to work together and reach people who still lack access to comprehensive prevention, care and support services for HIV / AIDS. And build partnerships with many communities and governments, as well as science to strengthen HIV prevention and treatment efforts.

SUCCESS INDICATORS

1. Increasing post-test from pre-test = 30%

2. Number of KOPHA attendance = 70%

3. KOPHA able to be peer educators to their friends

4. Questionnaires saying they’re pleasent with the activity = 80%

5. 25 key population do VCTs, and get follow-up from the VCT Examiners

Methodology:

– we educate KOPHA/Kumpulan Orang Peduli HIV/AIDS (HIV/AIDS focus group consisting of medical students and high school students, created in the hope that they can become peer educators to their friends, families, and society) about HIV/AIDS, the prevalence in Malang, East Java, and the prevention of the disease

– we do campaigns to raise awareness of society about HIV/AIDS and removing negative stigmatization towards people with HIV/AIDS through public and social media campaign

– we give assistance and support for KOPHA on doing their duty as peer educators with a routine monthly monitoring and evaluation

– We celebrated World AIDS Day in mass gatherings to increase awareness of society about HIV/AIDS and remove negative stigmatization towards people with HIV/AIDS

Plans for evaluation:

In this “back to 90s” project we have conducted surveys before and after the program. In addition, at the end of each intervention we are also spreading questionnaire both for KOPHA and the general public that are our target. Then for the evaluation of the community that we formed has been done by giving the task every 2 months where from the task we will value the development of each cadre in the community that we have formed.