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Author : Jean Henry Raule*


Indonesia faces several health problems or emerging diseases and one of them is the Human Immuno Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) (Anonimus, 2016). A report from the Ministry of Health in the fourth quarter of 2015 found that the spread of HIV AIDS in Indonesia spread over 407 (80%) from 507 Kabupaten Kota across Indonesia Province (Kemenkes RI, 2015). Currently around 170,000 to 210,000 of Indonesia is 220 million people living with HIV AIDS. In the province of North Sulawesi, the reporter from October to December of 2015 was 979 patients with the highest attendance presentations in the 30-39 years age group group (37.3%) and ratsio between men and women were 2 people. Of the 979 men infected with HIV / AIDS in North Sulawesi Province as many as 379 cases suffering from HIV and the remaining 373 People are AIDS, which is dominated by age Productive (30-39 years). 16 people registered HIV AIDS who visited Poli VCT RS R.W Mongisidi, men numbered 10 people, women amounted to 6 people. The problem of Stigmatization still dominates the personal problems faced by ODHA who visit VCT. From 7 informants in the interview revealed that there are still many people who judge bad, bad, and disgusting even condemned of our existence, which makes us go awry and become a pressing and propulsion feel every day, which ultimately affect the various activities and interactions Social and psychosocial us as ODHA. This condition has a negative impact on the motivation, self-motivation of people living with HIV will affect the optimism of life ODHA. Motivation is the energy social environment, in accordance with the roles and functions of each. Formulation of Problems in research this How the impact of Stigma on self-motivation of ODHA in Poly VCT Hospital TK.III R.WMongisidi Manado? This research method is descriptive qualitative research with data collection technique through indepth interview, to know and get impact of Stigmatization to self motivation of ODHA. The research was conducted to ODHA who visited in Poli VCT Rumkit Tkt.III Manado of North Sulawesi Province, as informant in research. Determination of informants with affordability techniques that amounted to 7 respondents ODHA.Untuk accuracy of information conducted Triangulation source that is by comparing information information (cross check) between information with one another obtained in this study. Results: Stigmatization is a personal problem that is very stressful psychosocial people living with ODHA that can decrease self-motivation of ODHA. Key words: Stigmatization, Self Motivation of ODHA

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