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Homesickness, Anxiety, Depression among Pakistani International Students in Indonesia during Covid-19

Author(s): Shahzad Shoukat*, Cyuzuzo Callixte, Jusak Nugraha, Theresia Indah Budhy and Tuyishimire Irene

Introduction: International students are exposed to multiple mental health crises due to social, environmental, and culture shocks in foreign lands but it gets worse in presence of life-threatening disease outbreaks. This research was conducted to evaluate the homesickness, anxiety, and depression among Pakistani international students in Indonesia during Covid-19 Outbreak. The Methodology conducted on 86 random students that are pursuing their studies in different public and private universities in Indonesia. The data were collected by distributing google forms via email and social media groups and the responses from the respondents were recorded and analyzed statistically. Results: The study findings revealed that there is a correlation between the Covid-19 pandemic and the development of various mental health crises where 33 students (38.37%) developed homesickness, 11 students (12.79%) developed anxiety and 2 students (2.33%) manifested low-grade depression. Homesickness was outstandingly observed in females (72.72%) whereas anxiety was highly reported in males (90.90%). The study findings demonstrated that there is a strong negative correlation between student financial statuses and the development of homesickness (r:-0.977, P:0.023) and anxiety (r:-0.944, P:0.056). Conclusion: All in all, the fear to contract coronavirus, lockdowns, financial instability, the death toll of citizens and medical professionals, run out of medical facilities, and social media hoaxes are significant risk factors of mental health crisis among Pakistani international students in Indonesia

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