Original Research Article
Year: 2018 | Month: October-December | Volume: 3 | Issue: 4 | Pages: 53-61
Factors Influence level of Cholesterol, Triglyceride, LDL, HDL on Miliitary and Civil Servants in the Navy Military National of Indonesia, Jayapura
Seperyanus Kakyarmabin1, Arius Togodly2, Yermia Msen3, Anwar Mallongi4
1Magister Program of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, Cenderawasih University, Jayapura.
2,3Lecturer of Master Program in Public Health. Faculty of Public Health, Cenderawasih University, Jayapura.
4Environmental Health Department, Faculty of Public Health, Hasanuddin University, Makassar.
Corresponding Author: Seperyanus Kakyarmabin
The situation and condition of Indonesia in the field of population, its quality is currently very poor. Various attempts have been made to control population growth, especially through controlling birth rates or fertility. Efforts to reduce birth rates are done by using contraceptives voluntarily for couples of childbearing age.
This study aims to determine knowledge factors, educational factors, family support factors, socio-environmental factors, cultural factors, information accessibility factors, the number of children, economic factors, age factors and health factors, influencing the participation of couples of childbearing age in the Family program. knowing knowledge factors, educational factors, family support factors, socio-environmental factors, cultural factors, information accessibility factors, factors in the number of children, economic factors, age factors and health factors, influencing the participation of fertile couples in the Family Planning program in Bape Village, Pegunungan Bintang Regency. This research is descriptive-analytical by processing data distributed to respondents based on population in couples of childbearing age. Sampling was done by purposive sampling with a large sample of 70 in couples of childbearing age. Data is processed using the SSS 21 program.
The results of bivariate analysis using the Chi-square test showed that variables that had significant influence were knowledge variables (p-value 0.000 <0.05), family support variables (p-value 0.005 <0.05), cultural variables (p-value 0.001 <0.05), and information accessibility variable (p-value 0.006 <0.05). While the variables of education, number of children, economy, age and health showed no influence on the participation of couples of childbearing age in family planning programs.
It is expected that family planning officers in the region will be more proactive in providing counseling to the community, especially for couples of childbearing age to understand the benefits of family planning and can change the paradigm of values (beliefs) in the community.
Keywords: knowledge, family support, culture, information accessibility, family planning.