God's Servant as potential local support : an effort of getting to zero HIV and AIDS In East Nusa Tenggara Indonesia
The trustinGod's servant is influenced by the individual's perception of the reputation of the God's servant. Reputation is an attribute given to God's servant based on information from other sources. Reputation isimportant to build individual’strust in God's servant whenindividual hasno personal experience regarding the service of God’s servant. Positive information about God's servant can reduce the perception of risk of insecurity during service. This can help increaseindividual trustin God’s servant’scompetence, goodwill and integrity. The trust obtained from an individualbecomes God’s servant’s potential capital to identify individuals at risk of HIV and AIDS, providesupport to doVCT so that treatment can be promptly given, as well as prevent contagion and early mortality. Therefore, it is necessary for the government to involve God’s servantsas a potential local support in achieving getting to zero HIV and AIDS
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