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Jepang Beri Penghargaan TKI Perawat

Source: www,kompas.com
JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com — Pemerintah Jepang menyampaikan penghargaan kepada Rita Retnaningtyas, perawat Indonesia di rumah sakit Miyagi, yang berjasa menolong korban gempa dan tsunami di negeri itu.

Penghargaan disampaikan Duta Besar Jepang untuk Indonesia Kojiro Shiojiri saat menghadiri pelatihan bahasa Jepang bagi 104 calon TKI perawat di Jakarta, Selasa (22/3/2011).

“Kami atas nama Pemerintah Jepang menyampaikan terima kasih kepada BNP2TKI dan khususnya Rita Retnaningtyas yang ikut bersusah payah membantu warga Jepang yang terkena tsunami di Miyagi,” kata Shiojiri.

Rita Retnaningtyas (35) berasal dari Kelurahan Srondol Kulon, Kecamatan Banyumanik, Kota Semarang, Jawa Tengah.

Rita bekerja sebagai perawat di Miyagi National Hospital sejak 2009, dikirim oleh Badan Nasional Penempatan dan Perlindungan Tenaga Kerja Indonesia (BNP2TKI) melalui program kerja sama antar pemerintah RI dan Jepang.

Shiojiri mengatakan, Rita bersama TKI perawat lain bersedia bertahan di daerah dekat gempa dan tsunami di Miyagi untuk melakukan pekerjaan sosial kemanusiaan yang mulia.

Menurut dia, di lima prefektur (provinsi) sekitar gempa tsunami Jepang, yaitu Miyagi, Iwate, Aomori, Ibaraki, dan Fukushima terdapat 35 TKI perawat yang terdiri atas 11 TKI perawat pasien dan 24 TKI perawat jompo.

Semua perawat di lima prefektur itu selamat dari bencana gempa, termasuk dari radiasi reaktor nuklir di Fukushima. Sebagian dari 35 TKI tersebut ada pula yang dievakuasi ke daerah yang jauh dari gempa dan radiasi reaktor nuklir, sedangkan beberapa orang seperti Rita justru masih bertahan di Miyagi sampai sekarang.

“Sekali lagi kami menyampaikan banyak terima kasih atas jasa dan bantuannya dalam menangani para korban,” ujar Kojiro Shiojiri.

Sementara itu, Kepala BNP2TKI Moh Jumhur Hidayat mengatakan, Rita sejak peristiwa gempa dan tsunami di Jepang terus melakukan kontak dengan suaminya, Bambang Wagiman (35) maupun keluarganya di Semarang.

“Rita mengatakan kepada keluarganya bahwa dirinya dan beberapa teman TKI nurse dan care worker dalam kondisi sehat dan masih tetap bekerja seperti biasanya di Miyagi,” katanya.

TKI perawat di Jepang yang tersebar di 45 prefektur sebanyak 686 orang akan tetap menjalani program penempatannya hingga selesai.

Para TKI itu ditempatkan sejak 2008-2010 untuk kontrak kerja selama tiga tahun dan memperoleh gaji 175.000 yen (TKI careworker) dan 119.000-200.000 yen (TKI nurse) per bulan di luar akomodasi yang disediakan Pemerintah Jepang.

POLICY OF NURSE IN INDONESIA

By: Agus Suwandono, Muharso, Anhari Achadi and Ketut Aryastami
Based on the above general health policies, several operational stewardships of HRH in Indonesia, especially those related to nurse policy has been developed such as: * Policy of HRH Development 2000 – 2010
* Strategic Plan of National Board of Development and Empowerment of
HRH, etc.
Basically there are 6 general strategies concerning the nurse policy in Indonesia:
1. Planning improvement of nurse
2. Education improvement of nurse
3. Training improvement of nurse
4. Placement improvement of nurse
5. Empowerment of nurse profession
6. Improvement of integrated management of nurse
Planning improvement of nurse in Indonesia has been carried out through: a. Need analysis of nurse, b. Development model of nurse empowerment, c. Development of planning of total number and type of nurse needed, and d. Development of nurse monitoring and evaluation system
Education improvement of nurse in Indonesia has been implemented by MOH in several programs as follows: a. Management development of nurse education, b. Development of educational process of nurse academy, c. Development of HRH of nurse academy, and d. Development of infrastructure of nurse academy
Training improvement of nurse in Indonesia has been developed through several programs as follows: a. Development of management of nurse training, b. Development of methodology and technology of nurse training, c. Maintenance of quality of nurse training, and d. Development of resources of training centers.
Placement improvement of nurse in Indonesia has been applied through the following programs: a. Development of equity model of nurse placement, b. Improvement of quality and self sufficient of nurse, c. Development of education assistance to poor community and community at the remote areas who are interested to be nurses, d. Development of government regulation for equity of nurse distribution, and e. Empowerment of nurses for abroad placement Continue reading POLICY OF NURSE IN INDONESIA