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ToT: Training Event for Community Peer Educator Trainers.

In April 2022, Yayasan Peduli Hati Bangsa had the opportunity to hold training of trainers on the prevention, treatment and care of the Hepatitis Virus for community peer educators. This training was conducted in two batches. The first batch was attended by 12 participants from 12 provinces on 10-11 April 2022 and the second training was conducted on 22-23 April 2022 with 7 National Networks for key populations and 1 foundation based in Jakarta. Participants in both trainings are representatives from:

  1. Yayasan Inisiatif Sehat, Nusa Tenggara Barat
  2. Persaudaraan Korban Napza Sulut, Sulawesi Utara
  3. Yayasan Pontianak Plus, Kalimantan Barat
  4. Kelompok Dukungan Sebaya Klasaman, Papua Barat
  5. Yayasan Gata Dewata, Bali
  6. Yayasan Victory Plus, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta
  7. Persaudaraan Korban Napza Bogor, Jawa Barat
  8. Yayasan Paramitra, Jawa Timur
  9. L-PKNM, Sulawesi Selatan
  10. Yayasan KARIB, Sumatera Utara
  11. Lentera Anak Pelangi, Jakarta
  12. Yayasan Flobamora Jaya Peduli, Nusa Tenggara Timur
  13. Yayasan Mutiara Maharani, Jakarta
  14. Jaringan Indonesia Positif
  15. Jaringan Transgender Indonesia
  16. Ikatan Perempuan Positif Indonesia
  17. Gaya Warna Lentera-INA
  18. Organisasi Perubahan Sosial Indonesia
  19. Persaudaraan Korban Napza Indonesia
  20. INTI MUDA

These training topics include:

  1. Liver Structure and Function
  2. Causes of liver damage
  3. Liver function test
  4. Hepatitis virus transmission and prevention
  5. Vaccines and Prevention of Hepatitis B from Mother to Child
  6. Hepatitis B test
  7. Hepatitis B Treatment
  8. Hepatitis B Treatment for Special Populations
  9. Hepatitis C test
  10. Hepatitis C Treatment

The training which was facilitated by Caroline Thomas and Claudius Mone Iye from the Peduli Hati Bangsa Foundation and the Ministry of Health was represented by Mr. Yusmariami, SKM and dr. Fatcha Nuraliyah from the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia who presented material on the Hepatitis B and C Program in Indonesia.

We hope that this training can increase the knowledge and understanding of the community regarding hepatitis issues, increase the ability of participants as trainers for their respective regions, and ultimately increase access to hepatitis-related diagnosis and treatment services in Indonesia.

Documentation of the related event:

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