Archive for the ‘Health’ Category

Two More Puskesmas Will Operate in Kaimana

January 20, 2016

One Community Health Centers or Puskesmas in the region Tugarni Group and another one in Tairi, Kaimana will be operated soon. Those facilities are intended to provide facilities for the optimization of health services in the region. “What we prepare are the entire infrastructure, anesthesia and radiology doctors, medical personnel and one speedboat, ” local Head of Department of Health, Arifin Sirfefa, as saying. Previously, Kaimana already has seven Puskesmas.

Our three boxers we can be proud of.

July 12, 2010

Currently, West Papua Province has three great boxers namely Yunike Busira, Dolince Sanadi and Selly Wanimbo. They are ready to win the championship at the National Sports Week (PON) in 2012 in Pekanbaru, Riau. As many as 40,000 people will witness the next game in the second biggest stadium in Indonesia (80 hectares) which located near Riau University (UNRI).  What we can be proud of those guys ?  Yunike won gold at PON XVII/2008 and together with Selly Wanimbo performed well at the semi-finals of the 2009 Sea Games in Laos. While Dolince Sanadi won a gold medal at STE (Golden Gloves Boxing) in Makassar last March 2010. Be sure to keep your stamina and health, keep practicing and good luck for you all.

Best Service of Papuan Government towards HIV/AIDS Diseases.

June 5, 2008

Jayapura – As of operated in the last 2005 until the end of April 2008, Voluntary Counseling and Testing (VCT) or Testing Clinic and Voluntary Counseling of HIV at Regional Public Hospital of Abepura has checked blood sample of 1.400 people and has found that 188 are HIV-positive.  As stated by the authoritative party of VCT RSUD Abepura, dr Nyoman Sri Antari at the inauguration of UTD Abepura on last May 27th 2008. 

According to him, this VCT are welcomed by Papuan society. “At this time, people awareness has been improved to check the their own health whether they have HIV positive or not,”. The VCT of Abepura RSUD will assist free for any person to get short consultation and if it appears that they have high risk they will be immediately be tested.

The high number of patients that have been passed away due to their lack knowledge of HIV disease and how to protect themselves. This condition causes the lateness to obtain treatment. Hopefully, this best service of Papuan government to the community is expected to be proactively welcomed by all communities.