(Mental Health On Premarital Pregnancy)
SCORA CIMSA FK UNILA
According to WHO (2020), approximately 12 million girls aged 15–19 years and at least 777,000 girls under 15 years give birth each year in developing countries. The psychological impact on pregnancy obtained is, the environmental response to pregnancy experienced by teenagers where both partners, family, or neighbors admit to being surprised when they find out about it. Research by Wulandari et al (2019) also reported that participants felt disturbed by their pregnancy and confused about their future fate which showed their unpreparedness in dealing with this unwanted pregnancy.
Because of these reasons, SCORA CIMSA FK Unila held an online campaign titled METEORITE (Mental Health on Premarital Pregnancy) as a contribution to World Maternal Mental Health Day. The purpose of doing this project is to raise public awareness related to the impact of premarital pregnancy that can lead to pregnancy depression.
METEORITE firstly started by pre-project LPET, trained by Farhan and Javinka as PETRA CIMSA FK Unila about pregnancy depression and it’s relation with premarital pregnancy via ZOOM on 22nd May 2021. Hopefully the ice breaks and the LPET itself would be an informative way for the 18 members who attend the training to know more about this topic.
The main event on this campaign is the publication of our first Spotify namely SCORAFOLKS on 29th May 2021. In this 41 minutes, we discussed about premarital pregnancy, from the definition until how to prevent and deal pregnancy depression with ibu Shinta Mayasari, S. Psi, Psikolog, CGA as the Head of Himpunan Psikologi Indonesia (HIMPSI) Lampung. On the same day, we also published the info graphic about premarital pregnancy on Instagram feeds. The podcast and the info graphic have 31 and 53 impressions in total.
We’re so grateful for doing METEORITE successfully. By this campaign, we hope the society would have new insights and give such an impactful effect related to premarital pregnancy.