Model of Collaboration Satu Tungku Tiga Batu in the HIV AIDS Prevention Program in Jayapura City, Papua Province

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Theresia Falentina Resubun, Ridwan Amiruddin, Sukri Palutturi, Muhammad Syafar, Pandu Riono, Pawennari Hijjang, Ridwan Mochtar Thaha, Darmawansyah


The purpose of this study was to develop a collaborative model of Satu Tungku Tiga Batu in the HIV
AIDS response program in Jayapura City, Papua. This study uses a qualitative research approach with an
ethnographic design, the informants in this study amounted to 17 people, each of which came from government
institutions, religious institutions and traditional institutions. Data collection techniques are in-depth interviews,
observation, document review, and FGD. The data analysis used in this research is thematic data analysis. The
results of this study indicate that the collaborative model of Satu Tungku Tiga Batu is used as the basis for
solving the problem in Papua which places Satu Tungku Tiga Batu in a balanced and proportional manner. Satu
Tungku Tiga Batu model is a collaboration between the government, religious institutions and traditional
institutions in which the Papuan people obey customary and religious laws so that the combination of
government regulations, religious rules and customs becomes a unified force is considered important to
overcome health problems. It is hoped that the awareness of all parties to be seriously involved in dealing with
the problem of HIV AIDS in Papua.

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