REPRESENTATION TEACHERS ATTITUDE REPRODUCTIVE OF HEALTH EDUCATION AVOID SEXUAL VIOLENCE TO CHILDREN
Background: Sexual violence are still occurs in children it was one of caused by a lack of children's knowledge about reproductive health, whereas many parents still consider taboo in talking about reproductive health Subjects and Methods: The study was descriptive study used cross sectional approach, The population in this study were state by elementary school teachers in the Sesetan region with the number of samples in accordance with the inclusion and exclusion criteria, namely 64 people Result: The Result of this study were 43 samples (67.2%) have good of reproductive health education knowledge, 20 samples (31.3%) have sufficient of reproductive health education knowledge, and 1 sample (1.6%) has lack of reproductive health education knowledge. The result of Teacher's attitude is 64 samples (100%) have posittive attitude and the result of teacher's behavior researcher gets 49 samples (76,6%) have good behavior, 15 samples (23.4%) have sufficient behavior. From three results that researcher got the conclusion of this result are 42 samples (65.6%) have good behavior, 21 samples (32.8%) have enough behavior and 1 sample (1.6%) has lach of behavior. Discussion: The conclusion of this study were most of the teacher have good of reproductive health knowledge education, they have good attitude and good behavior in reproductive health education to avoid sexual violence to children.