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suardika iwayan
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Dharmabaktipersada Foundation
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yes... iam interest ini community development and communtiy health
My dream:
health for all
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At 12:06pm on December 31, 2012, Rituu B. Nanda said…

A very happy birthday Suardika!

At 7:42pm on November 23, 2010, Rituu B. Nanda said…
Dear Suardika,

Welcome to the Community Action day group! Nice to have you with us. Please share your inputs on the comment wall in the group so that all group members can read. Thanks!

Warm regards,

Rituu
At 12:54pm on February 27, 2010, suardika iwayan said…
hi, dear...
thanks for your many information.
love
wayan-bali
At 10:00am on February 26, 2010, garland achumi said…
hi ritu,
u know while going through the story I was quite upset but the end of ur story really makes me feel enormous success of ACP.....

love,
garland
At 11:57am on February 24, 2010, Rituu B. Nanda said…
Dear Wayan,

Greetings from India!

I have a beautiful story to share from a remote village in Northeast part of India- Molvum. Its called the pineapple village as it has the highest production of pineapples in the region.

The story is from my senior friend Mr. Huolai (I call him Uncle Huolai) who is a retired headmaster in the village and a very respected member of the community. Its about his wife who is a very warm lady. The region has high HIV prevalence and several myths prevailed in the village about HIV. There were few seminars on HIV which villagers would just listen and come back.

Auntie Huolai believed (this is a common misconception) that HIV could be transmitted by day-to-day contact, through shaking hands, hugging, and even sharing dishes. So, whenever she would get PLHIV as visitors at home she would be uncomfortable in their presence and even throw away the cups in which tea was served. When her husband went out of station for his first ACP workshop he shared the room with a positive friend. When he came back and said that he shared the bed with a PLHIV, she was very upset. He had to take bath ten times before he could share the bed with her!!!

However, when ACP was introduced in the village, community conversations begin to happen. This was unlike the one-way communication on HIV awareness workshops held earlier in the village. As community members shared their experiences through community meetings and home visits, Mrs Houlai realised that HIV was just like another disease.

Now the scenario has changed at the Huolai home. We can find Auntie laughing and mixing up with PLHIV and some even stay at her home.

And if you are ever in Molvum village never come back without meeting the warm, loving couple. I would like to thank Uncle for sharing his personal story.

Cheers

Rituu
Rituu
At 9:36am on February 24, 2010, suardika iwayan said…
hi, all of u....
greetings from Bali...
do you have experience to reduce of stigma in the community????
pls share to me..
best,
wayan suardika - bali
At 1:35pm on February 4, 2010, Laurence Gilliot said…
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