Senin, 14 Maret 2011

Puteri Reinha Rosary / SISTER ‘S OF LADY QUEEN OF Holy Rosary.
Puteri Reinha Rosary (PRR) Congregation is a native religious Order, founded in the small town LEBAO, Larantuka, East Flores, NTT, the Diocese of Larantuka, on August 15, 1958, by Mr. Bishop Larantuka Mgr. Gabriel Manek SVD, and Co founder of the Sisters Anfrida SSpS. When served in Lembata, Father Gabriel Manek, SVD diligent visiting lepers who at that time (the Japanese) were collected in a remote area. Although hampered by a variety of ways, including: destruction of boats that are often used to visit the Leprosy patients, but he continued to visit them on foot. Thanks to the efforts he was when he became the first bishop in Larantuka, at St. Lewoleba standing hospital. Damian serving lepers. PRR is now present in the church with the readiness to serve local needs on the go according to plan and will of God. With missions based on the vision of Founder, which is assistance for people with leprosy, so they feel welcome and try to live in society. Efforts to Christian ministry became one of his works. Then in 1998 she founded several walled buildings bebak (palm leaf midrib), to shelter the leprosy patients who need care, the end of September 1998 a team of medical referral from Sintanala Leprosy Hospital, Tangerang Naob review, and since then terjalinlah good cooperation.
At the time of serving the congregation PRR Atambua diocese, Dekanat East North Central, Kefamenanu, Soe, Rote and Kupang. With a population of around 30,000 inhabitants, of whom there who suffer from lepros, poor nutrition, education and low awareness and poor health. Some of them, stay far enough away from the center, and often they come by foot and inventory costs are minimal. They are isolated from society and family, and removed and stay in the garden, because surrounding communities are still afraid of leprosy.
To help the accuracy and effectiveness of services PRR, the PRR built a social institution of the Foundation that is named YAYASAN SOSIAL IBU ANFRIDA, which provides social services in all areas of humanity, and for the Naob foundation serving the people of Leprosy. In 1996, Mother Sister Foundation Anfrida, SSpS, based in Larantuka establish clinics, maternity homes in the village of Eternal Mother Maid Naob, sub Noemuti East, North Central Timor regency. Social foundations of this anfrida mother, was inaugurated by the Decree of the Minister of Justice and Human Rights Republic of Indonesia No. C-2227.HT.01.02. TH 2006.


Why choose NAOB:
Naob village was chosen because its remote location and challenging; were in line with the spirit of Msgr. Gabriel Manek as the founder of PRR. Located 15 km from Kupang-Atambua highway, the road to the location of the amplified still a land of coconut with a stone on the path to car tires, which in the rainy season conditions are very slippery. Arid region, and to get water, the sisters had to go to that place the river is 1 (one) kilometer from the site. For a while the sisters occupy a walled chapel from bebak (palm leaf midrib). The Diocese  provide land area of ​​10 ha to be managed, which is located opposite the chapel, a eucalyptus forest.
We are compelled to serve with sincerity and joy of Mother Mary Queen of the Rosary Maid Always for people with leprosy, disability, and other sick.
Leprosy disease in Indonesia ranks to 3 (three) from all over the world, after India and Brazil. Based on the report of the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2004, the number of new leprosy patients in Indonesia there are 16,549 cases. NTT including 1 (one) among the 12 (twelve) provincial prevalence of 1 (one) among 10,000 residents. In addition to the remote location of the patient, attitude of people who are still afraid of leprosy, is an obstacle to achieving the leprosy elimination target.
The disease of leprosy can lead to disability that is visible from the outside, so that sufferers shunned and feared. Therefore, the handling of defects plays an important role in the effort to eliminate Leprofobia. If leprofobia already lost, the leprosy patients can seek treatment without feeling ashamed / shy, so in turn later leprosy can be eradicated.
WHO Policy (followed also by the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia) in the handling of leprosy patients is the treatment of the road. With this pattern, people with leprosy do not need to be hospitalized, except if the condition does need treatment in hospital. In Indonesia, the administration of drugs to sufferers of leprosy can be done in Puskemas. After undergoing treatment period (6 or 12 months, depending on the type of illness), then the patient is declared cured. Most of the leprosy patients, physical disability, who require further treatment (physiotherapy, Prosthetic, operations) that can only be done in hospitals that have facilities for it.
In NTT, the leprosy hospital was in CANCAR (Manggarai District, Flores Island) and Lewoleba (Lembata District, Island Lomblen). The existence of leprosy hospital in mainland East will greatly help the program to eradicate leprosy
Thanks to the support of the donors, then in mid-2001 began to set up a permanent building which then serves as a simple outpatient clinic and operating room and an other building to practice various skills such as weaving and sewing sewing, in addition to two wards for male patients with a capacity of 30 beds and several wells with a jet pump. Land which was originally in the form of eucalyptus forests and shrubs, slowly made garden that produces rice, vegetables, cassava, sweet potatoes, corn, beans, etc..
As more and more activities in Naob, it was decided to establish a new foundation based in Kupang, with the name of Mother Anfrida Foundation (in honor of Mother co-founder of the Order PRR)
Currently being treated about 40 patients, 28 men and 12 women, come from various districts of Timor, the island of Rote, Sabu and many other islands around the East. Ward women need plus one unit again, because too many female patients.
  1. Leprosy Hospital and the General Disability Naob
On August 15, 2007, based on the Decree of the Head of East Nusa Tenggara Provincial Health Office, No: 339A/442A/VIII/2007 Medical Care, Rehabilitation Clinical status was upgraded to Leprosy Hospital, Leprosy and Disability General, in order to serve patients optimally. Then planned to build some mass building adjacent to each other in accordance with its function as a hospital, in a site area of ​​1.5 hectares, which is separate from the existing complex of buildings at this time. The plan, after the entire complex was completed hospital facility, all maintenance activities and a variety of diagnostic facilities and medical rehabilitation, moved to new locations, and the old building will be used for vocational training facilities, the protection in their independence to return to society. Currently Development uterus it running.
  1. Naob Rehabilitation Center
The human activities can be utilized for the pilot, for both health workers and ordinary people. With a capacity of 60 beds, the Leprosy Hospital in Naob Eternal Mother Maid can be used by doctors and nurses to better understand the clinical symptoms and disabled people with leprosy, as well as various efforts to prevent / reduce defects. Cooperation with the surgical team from within and outside the country will greatly help sufferers of a disability / injury, and in the long term can be used as a place of education for potential differences in particular plastic surgeon and orthopedic surgery, medical rehabilitation and physiotherapy. How health workers in treating and dealing with leprosy patients can also be an example for ordinary people so that they do not disgust and fear of lepers.
 In addition, plantation and livestock also may serve as an example and a training ground for the community around, especially in the processing of compost for fertilizer.
Mother Social Empowerment Program Foundation Anfrida To Leprosy Patients:
  1. The healing process that continues to walk with intensive care to the patients of Leprosy: This process includes the provision of drugs on a regular basis, routine treatment for wounds, Fisiotherapy, Orthophedic, Operation
  2. Socio-economic empowerment; Organic Agriculture, Livestock, traditional weaving, handicrafts, schools for children of leprosy and the poor, etc.
  3. Survey contak to the patient who may not be considered sekaigus discourse socialization of the importance of health
Progress in the future:
  1. Leprosy patients who had recovered and not recovered no trouble in the process of routine maintenance
  2. Leprosy patients are not cured and is cured not experiencing economic difficulties

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