"Efata" BRSPDSRW Conducted a Case Response in South Central Timor

  • "Efata" BRSPDSRW Conducted a Case Response in South Central Timor
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Writer :
Humas BRSPDSRW "Efata"Kupang
Editor :
Putri D
Translator :
Alika Sandra; Karlina Irsalyana

KUPANG (October 10th, 2019) - Social Rehabilitation Center for People with Deaf and Speech Disabilities (BRSPDSRW) "Efata" responded to the case of People with Deaf and Speech Sensory Disabilities (PDSRW) with the initials EB who suffered rape in East Central South District of Nusa Tenggara Timur.

Starting from the report submitted by the TTS District Disability Assistant and received by the rehabilitation center officers on October 4th, 2019.  The "Efata" BRSPDSRW Kupang Case Response Team was assisted by stakeholders moving towards the EB house to conduct an assessment and case handling. Based on Sem Kase and Eligius Adit's explanation as the case response team, the team found that EB was already pregnant with the characteristics of an enlarged abdomen and other changes in body conditions.

 Initial treatment is holding a family meeting to discuss and educate the family related to the care that must be done. Coordination has also been carried out so that the handling given can be synergized properly. Assistance and examination of the condition of pregnancy has been done, so that the health of mothers and children is maintained until the birth process.

Other interventions carried out are increasing the role of the capacity of families and victims in dealing with problems and supporting the family to be willing and able to expose the perpetrators of rape. Increasing the role of family capacity is done in order to be able to provide a sense of security to victims and not feel stressed and to be able to think realistically to move on with their lives.

In addition, the Team also provided baby equipment and food supply to maintain the nutrition of the victim and her pregnancy. Sem Kase hopes that in the future Indonesian people will be more concerned with people with disabilities so that similar cases will not be repeated.

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