Arifin, Syamsul and Rahman, Fauzie and Rosadi, Dian and Marlinae, Lenie and Husaini, Husaini and OP, Andini and Laily, Nur FAMILY PLANNING PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION IN PARINGIN CITY, BALANGAN DISTRICT, SOUTH KALIMANTAN. Jurnal Internasional Bereputasi. ISSN 1065-1070


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Abstract: Family planning is an integrated (integral) in the national development program and aims to create economic prosperity, spiritual, and social culture of Indonesian population. Family planning program in South Kalimantan on 2014 was not yet reached a target where the participants of family planning programs recorded 52,82% of the mother. This study is to give a description about family planning program implementation in Paringin City, Balangan District, South Kalimantan. This research is descriptive research with cross-secional approach to study the implementation of family planning programs and will describe the kinds of contraception, contraception service places, the status of family planning program participation, and the reason if them didn’t use contraception now. The population in this research was all women in Paringin city, Balangan District. Sample were taken as many as 50 people on March-April 2015. The instrument used was a questionnaire. Data analysis through frequency distribution table. Based on the results of the univariat analysis table known that kinds of contraception tool most commonly used by respondents were pill as many as many as 22 people (44%), injection as many as 26 people (52%), IUD 2 people (4%). Respondents got family planning services were quite diverse among others via the village midwife as many as 30 people (60%), at public health center as many as 7 people (14%), at private health clinics 2 (4%), the practice of private midwife services 6 people (12%), and get family planning services from friends/family as many as 5 people (10%). At the time the research as many as 14 respondents (28%) decided start to settle in use of family planning program and 36 respondents (72%) still use contraceptives. From 14 respondents who chose to stop used contraception, as many as 5 respondents ( 36%) said the reason that they stop used contraception because they want to pregnant and have a child again, while 9 respondents (64%) said that them had entered the menoupause phase Keywords: family planning, implementation, program

Item Type: Article
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Depositing User: Mr Arief Mirathan - Eka Setya Wijaya
Date Deposited: 24 May 2016 10:03
Last Modified: 16 Mar 2017 04:24

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