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Journal : Media Kesehatan Masyarakat Indonesia

Pengaruh Pemanfaatan Dana Bantuan Operasional Kesehatan terhadap Upaya Kesehatan Anak melalui Posyandu di Indonesia Berdasarkan Data IFLS Tahun 2014 Nia Priyatiningsih; Atik Nurwahyuni
Media Kesehatan Masyarakat Indonesia Vol. 15 No. 3: SEPTEMBER 2019
Publisher : Faculty of Public Health, Hasanuddin University, Makassar

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Health Operational Aid Fund (BOK) is an effort of the Indonesian government to reduce mortality ofnewborns and toddlers, where in 2017 mortality rate of newborns reached 15 per 1000 live births and 32 per1000 live births for toddlers. BOK funds are used as operational costs for health workers/cadres in carrying outpromotional and preventive activities outside the building. This study aims to explain the effect of BOK funds onchild health efforts through on Integrated Health Center (IHC). This study used a secondary data study of 2014IFLS, with a cross-sectional study design and logit econometric model approach. Respondents in this study wasparents who have children aged 0-59 months, number of respondents was 4,417. Data processing used the STATAapplication. Results of study showed that children who were brought to IHC were significantly associated withp-value <0.1 on maternal education status, economic status and BOK Fund. Educational status has a p-valueof 0.087, economic status has a p-value of 0.019, and BOK funds have a p-value of 0.0001. BOK funds do notdirectly affect children’s health, but the utilization of BOK fund by health workers/cadres can provide awarenessof mothers who have toddlers to maintain children’s health through on IHC.
Determinan Ketahanan Pangan Rumah Tangga di Daerah Pedesaan di Indonesia (Analisis Data Susenas Tahun 2017) Dilla Syamola; Atik Nurwahyuni
Media Kesehatan Masyarakat Indonesia Vol. 15 No. 1: MARET 2019
Publisher : Faculty of Public Health, Hasanuddin University, Makassar

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Food is a basic human need for life while food security is a guarantee for humans to live healthy andproductive work, around 800 million people do not have access to adequate food. Emphasizing food security asan important public health problem. This study uses secondary data from the 2017 National Social Survey (Susenas),this study aims to prove the determinants of household food security in rural areas in Indonesia in 2017.Thecross-sectional study design where data was collected at the same time, and obtained by the Linear Probabilitymodel (LPM) logit and probit models. Estimated results with probit tests show food security is positively relatedto education level, economic status and raskin with estimated coefficients of 0,112, 0.118 and 0,218. The level ofeducation and economic status is significantly related to food security (p value <0,01), but raskin is not significant(p value=0.561). Estimation results show that food security is negatively related to work status, number of familymembers and PKH with estimated coefficients of -0,188, -0,650 and -0,091. Working status, the number of familymembers and PKH are significantly related to food security. Economic status is an important factor for producingquality food in a family.