Saturday , October 16 2021

Chicken Campus Brave HIV / AIDS Test



Food Chicken Campus Brave HIV / AIDS Test - KO

Men and women are dating. Illustration: Zawaho Force Leda Bali

jpnn.comJAKARTA – Commercial sex workers (CSW), including campus chickens who often change partners, are vulnerable to the spread of the HIV / AIDS virus. Therefore, there must be a perception that HIV / AIDS should be predicted, especially among sex workers.

According to the Indonesian Humanitarian Community Foundation (Kaki), 4 out of 10 female sex workers (campus chickens) appear. Eka Saputra's Denies Foot Foundation activist explained that the campus chicken profession is one of the educational goals to prevent HIV AIDS transmission.

According to Denies, other jobs that are closely related to a chicken campus or a changing partner are not safe. There is a risk of HIV AIDS. "The dark side is actually around us," he said. Lifestyle does not blind the eyes that students can darken their eyes.

Therefore, the Foot Foundation continues to encourage the FSW to pay attention to the health aspects. "We always offer education to pay attention to the health side, and they are also encouraged to continue to participate in HIV / AIDS testing," he said.

For this reason, the Kaki Foundation campaigned to encourage people to test HIV / AIDS. According to him, the problem of HIV / AIDS is a health problem.

In fact, FSW has dared to have HIV / AIDS tests and tends to have health concerns. In fact, eight out of 10 WPS dare test HIV / AIDS. "This is what we continue to encourage," he continued.(Ika / JPC)


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