Control of Sexual Transmitted Infections in Indonesia

Authors

  • Festy Mahanani Mulyaningrum
  • Aris Sudiyanto
  • Sapja Anantanyu
  • Argyo Demartoto
  • Ade Saputra Nasution

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i3.15759

Keywords:

Control of Sexually Transmitted Infections, commercial sex

Abstract

Female indirect commercial sex workers who usually work in certain fields of work or have other main jobs
and indirectly sell sex in entertainment places such as masseuses, bar waiters. They are included in the high
risk group in the spread of cases of Sexual Transmitted Infections and HIV and AIDS. In Indonesia, it is
hoped that HIV AIDS will be free from Sexual Transmitted Infection by 2030 with the vision and mission
“No more HIV transmission, no AIDS deaths, no more stigma and discrimination in people with HIV /
AIDS”. This type of research uses quantitative descriptive research. with a sample of 80 female sex workers
in Bandungan, Semarang. The results of this study indicate a significant relationship between customer
support, access to health services, health promotion and control of sexually transmitted infections.

Author Biographies

Festy Mahanani Mulyaningrum

Researcher, Departemen of Public Health/Community Empowerment Postgraduate Program, Sebelas Maret
University, Surakarta, Indonesia

Aris Sudiyanto

Researcher, Departemen of Public Health/Community Empowerment Postgraduate Program, Sebelas Maret
University, Surakarta, Indonesia

Sapja Anantanyu

Researcher, Departemen of Public Health/Community Empowerment Postgraduate Program, Sebelas Maret
University, Surakarta, Indonesia.

Argyo Demartoto

Co Promotor, Departemen of sociology, Faculty of Social and Political Science,
Sebelas Maret University, Surakarta, Indonesia.

Ade Saputra Nasution

Researcher, Faculty of Health Sciences, Universitas Ibn Khaldun
Bogor, Indonesia

Published

2021-05-17

How to Cite

Festy Mahanani Mulyaningrum, Aris Sudiyanto, Sapja Anantanyu, Argyo Demartoto, & Ade Saputra Nasution. (2021). Control of Sexual Transmitted Infections in Indonesia. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 15(3), 2996-3003. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i3.15759