Penerapan Peraturan Desa Tentang Penemuan dan Pengawasan Pengobatan Kasus Malaria Berbasis Masyarakat

Agung Puja Kesuma


ABSTRACT, Purbalingga is one of  malaria-endemic areas in Central Java. In 2012, government  developed a model of malaria control as Village Regulation for detection and Monitoring  of  Malaria treatment with Community-Based Treatment of Malaria Cases. Research aim is to evaluate the Regulation (Perdes) effectiveness on the incidence of malaria in Tetel. This research is an evaluation study of the policy with qualitative method. The research conducted in Tetel, Pengadegan District, Purbalingga, in March to October 2015. The datas collected by in-depth interviews on community leaders and health care workers, focus group discussion (FGD) on a group of men and women, and  documents review. Datas were analyzed using content analysis. The Regulation socialized through village health forum meetings and other group meetings. Malaria case detection have done by the community  that reported to JMD to immediately take blood preparations. Monitoring of malaria treatment by JMD with follow-up action. Cases of malaria in Tetel tends to decrease even to zero after implementation of the regulation. The implementation of regulation can reduce and control the incidences of malaria in Tetel. Implementation of regulation also can be used as an example for other villages that still have problems with malaria.



Village Regulation, Malaria, Tetel


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