[Unpad.ac.id, 2/12/2013] As part of the university’s responsibilities for community, the center of research and development for gender and children (P3GA) and Faculty of Nursing Universitas Padjadjaran, in collaboration with Sukamiskin Correctional Facility for Women in Bandung, gave trainings on gender harmony for all inmates last, Thursday (28/11).
“As of today, trainings have been conducted three times, each of which focused on gender harmony. Today’s training used role play method to see if the first two trainings have been clearly understood by the inmates,” sid Binahayati Rusyidi, the head of the P3GA team.
As many as 30 inmates were deemed enthusiastic in participation, evident in their seriousness to follow the game rules and speak out their minds on gender and domestic violence. What’s more, among the inmates, interaction and team work ran very smoothly. “Obviously progress has been made. They have become more knowledgeable and confident about themselves,” Rusyidi added.
As for the community service team from the Faculty of Nursing (FIK), they conducted study on the improvement of psychosocial and reproductive health of the inmates on the following date (29/11). Nita Fitria, chairing the team of students and lecturers said that the training is a practicum, part of Neurobehave course in the faculty of nursing, in which 150 students took part.
Planned to be held every Friday from November to December, the trainings focused on ailment that can be immediately treated by the team, who had been visiting the inmates three times so far. “Hopefully, our involvement would not stop in December. We wish we could prolong our service and give more training and treatment,” concluded Fitria.