Thea Yantra Hutanamon
Sun, Jan 31st 2016, 14:44

Thea acts as a Communications Officer to assist CISDI in their strategic planning for Forum Stop TB Partnership Indonesia (FSTPI) since July 2018. Currently, she is responsible for developing and implementing communication strategies to increase public awareness of Tuberculosis and FSTPI. She has two years experience of working in Papua and West Papua provinces, as a Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor for CEPAT (Community Empowerment of People Against Tuberculosis). That opportunity enabled Thea to contribute in improving communication strategies of and advocating for community health volunteers who assist primary health centers in delivering quality TB services for the public. She has a history of volunteering for health-related organizations and as a research assistant in the academia, which shaped her as an evidence-based development practitioner. 

During her spare time, she volunteers for the Health Commission of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Timika and Yayasan Kristus Sahabat Kita in Nabire to assist them in improving their public health activities. Thea believes that an intersectional approach to policies and practices regarding the control of infectious disease(s) is imperative to ensure that behavioural and social barriers to health can be minimized.



Title :
Communication Officer TB

Areas of Expertise :
Community Health; Tuberculosis

Education :
Bachelor of Psychology, (Honours) – University of New South Wales, Australia

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