ADOLESCENT PEER MENTORING ON REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH IN ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS 3
Adolescence is a transitional age to shape and find an identity. So sometimes teenagers try many things including doing new things that violate ethics and relationships. This is partly due to misunderstanding and ignorance about the scope and importance of reproductive health. Some cases related to reproductive health are caused by curiosity, wanting to try, or being invited by friends. Mistakes in taking along and interacting encourage cases related to reproductive health such as early pregnancy, abortion, cervical cancer, and being infected with sexually transmitted diseases. Therefore, it is necessary to take preemptive or preventive action against attitudes and behaviors that have the potential to cause unrest in the community. The implementation of this community development is in partnership with the administrator of RT.09/RW.03 Kelurahan Cilangkap, East Jakarta by carrying out educational activities in the form of Training for Adolescent Reproductive Health Counselors “Peer Mentoring” in Achieving Sustainable Development Goals 3. This activity emphasizes understanding and ethics in maintaining reproductive health considering that adolescents are the next generation. Without understanding and ethics, teenagers will be easily tempted by relationships that do not fit the norm. Participants in this activity are male youth members of the youth organization. This scope is made to facilitate communication and discussion related to reproductive health which is still considered taboo. The implementation of the activity is carried out in three stages involving partners. Meanwhile, the methods used are educational methods, question, and answer, and group discussion forums. As for evaluation, there are four stages to achieving and sustaining activities, such as understanding the material, redescription through question and answer, reexplaining by discussing cases through group discussion forums as well as forming peer groups, and evaluating the understanding through questioner.
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