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JSI ID Meeting JSI ID Meeting Presentation Transcript

  • Working with Community Strategy to Engage New Communites Hartono - MCHIP/INDONESIAPresented at JSI ID Meeting, Washington DC, 16-17 July 2012
  • The outline SENSITIVE INTRODUCTION ISSUE APPROACH EXAMPLE
  • Introduction
  • Sensitive Issue
  • Sensitive Issue: Religion Picture is taken from internet Photography by Hartono Immunization: Family planning: halal or haram? allowed or not allowed?
  • Sensitive Issue: culture Massage during pregnancy and Not allowed to lay down After delivery after delivery
  • Approach • Involve social & religious leader • Propose the idea of survival before religion or belief
  • Approach• Support from local government officer • Utilizing multi media
  • Example: Mother Support Group8 Key indicators1. Ante Natal Care and Post Natal care (includes IBF).2. Delivery by Skilled Birth Attendants.3. Hand washing with soap.4. Danger sign for mothers5. Danger sign for neonatus6. Immunization7. Post partum Family planning.8. Anemia and nutrition • Educate mothers/community through Mother Support Group.
  • Example: Partnership of midwives-TBAs1. Educate TBAs who keep promoting “bad” traditional culture.2. Educate mothers/community who keep practicing “bad” traditional culture • Educate mothers/ community through Partnership of midwife and Traditional Birth Attendant (TBA)
  • Example: Integrated Post Natal Care • Educate mothers/ community through Integrated Post Natal Care by Midwives home visits