Name of the activity: KAHATEAN (Kegiatan Hari Tanpa Tembakau Tahunan)/(No Tobacco Day Activities)

Country/NMO: Indonesia (CIMSA-ISMKI)

Program: Healthy Lifestyles & Non-Communicable Diseases

Type of the activity: Education. Education on health issues for specific societal groups, either in the form of projects (set of tasks for a certain group over a fixed period of time), events (something notable that happens) or conferences (form meeting about ideas related to a particular topic, usually over several days).

General description:

Intervention Method:

1. Large Class

It is an activity where the participants get knowledge about cigarettes from the side of Islamic religion with the speakers of clerics.

2. Small Group Discussion

Participants will be divided into 20 small groups which will be guided by one facilitator and then discuss about smoking and its health hazards. In this session there will be a pre-test and post-test

3. Simulation.

Participants will be shown a smoking simulation to see the effects of smoking on the human body. This simulation uses used bottles and cigarettes to be placed on the bottle cap and turned on. Then cigarette smoke will accumulate in the bottle. After that the smoke will be applied to the tissue and see if it leaves a stain on the tissue

4. Role Play

Participants will be invited to role play when they see someone smoking and how to deal with it. In addition, this session will begin with the knowledge of Perda K3 in the City of Bandung.

Focus area:

Tobacco Prevention

Problem statement:

The 2013 Basic Health Research announced the number of novice smokers in the 15-19 year age group is estimated at 12.5 million. In Bandung, a survey result 31% of the total number of smokers in the city of Bandung starting to smoke at the age of 15 years. Associated with the percentage of smokers, 285,674 children can be returned in the city of Bandung smoking. Most of studies produce conclusions about the relationship between knowledge about the dangers of smoking and smoking habits.

Target groups:

Other Students, Children

Beneficiaries:

Other Students, Children

Objectives and indicators of success:

– 75% of SCOPH CIMSA Batch 2018 members present at the event (23 people)

– Total 80% of MAN students Exactly 2 days in activity (64 people)

– 90% of programs are held

– Increased pre-test scores before the event in 75% of participants viewed from the post test after the event.

– There are students who smoke and plan to quit smoking facilitated by SCOPH CIMSA Unisba

Methodology:

Intervention Method:

1. Large Class

2. Small Group Discussion

3. Simulation.

4. Role Play

Plans for evaluation:

evaluation are seen based on the indicators of success that have been determined, namely 75% of SCOPH CIMSA Batch 2018 members present at the event (23 people), a total of 80% of MAN students Exactly 2 days in the activity (64 people), 90% of the programs implemented pre-test before the event in 75% of participants viewed from the post test after the event, There were students who smoked and planned to quit smoking facilitated by SCOPH CIMSA Unisba(Attendance, pre-test and post-test, feedback sheet from participants).

Monitoring methods For students who plan to quit smoking it will be facilitated to be connected to organizations that help stop smoking through SCOPH CIMSA FK Unisba. In addition, these students will be monitored via WhatsApp by SCOPH CIMSA member FK Unisba