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Development of “Young Planning Clinic” Program as a Prevention Early in Adolescent Attitude in Martapura River Areas


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1 MCH and Reproductive Health Department, Public Health Study Program, Lambung Mangkurat University, Indonesia
2 Nutrition Department, Public Health Study Program, Lambung Mangkurat University, Indonesia
3 Administration and Health Policy, Public Health Study Program, Lambung Mangkurat University, Indonesia
4 Epedemiology Department, Public Health Study Program, Lambung Mangkurat University, Indonesia
     

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The highest percentage of early marriage events for the last 3 years in girls <20 years old is found in Banjar Regency. In 2015 the percentage of early marriages reached 17.36% and in 2016 the percentage of early marriages in Banjar only slightly decreased to 16.47% while in 2017 early marriages in Banjar Regency in girls experienced an increase in cases with a percentage of 17.51% . The general purpose of this study is to explain the “Klinik Dana” Program as an Prevention of early marriage events in adolescents. The design of this study is analytical, with quasy experimental approach. The research subjects were teenagers at Banjar Regency. The number of subjects targeted for the activity was 62 teenagers. In this study, the research instruments were used as follows, questionnaire sheets, knowledge, attitudes and support for adolescent environments before and after the implementation of the program. The independent variable in this study is the development of the young clinic planning, while the dependent variable is the knowledge, attitudes and environment of adolescents. The results showed that before the intervention was obtained less knowledge of 45 respondents (72.6%), negative attitudes of 11 respondents (17.8%), and the environment did not support 3 respondents (4.9%). While the results in the second month obtained good knowledge of 9 respondents (14.5), negative attitudes of 1 respondent (1.6%), environment did not support 3 respondents (4.83%). At the final value, the results of the lack of knowledge are 1 respondent (1.6%), negative attitude 0% and environment that does not support 0%.This activity is proven to be able to increase knowledge, attitudes, and environmental support for the ideal age marriage. So that the Health Office and Puskesmas can apply this concept in an effort to reduce the rate of early marriage.

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Early-Age Marriage, Young Clinic Planning.
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N. Meitria Syahadatina
MCH and Reproductive Health Department, Public Health Study Program, Lambung Mangkurat University, Indonesia
Atikah Rahayu
Nutrition Department, Public Health Study Program, Lambung Mangkurat University, Indonesia
Fauzie Rahman
Administration and Health Policy, Public Health Study Program, Lambung Mangkurat University, Indonesia
Fahrini Yulidasari
Nutrition Department, Public Health Study Program, Lambung Mangkurat University, Indonesia
Dian Rosadi
Epedemiology Department, Public Health Study Program, Lambung Mangkurat University, Indonesia
Nur Laily
Administration and Health Policy, Public Health Study Program, Lambung Mangkurat University, Indonesia
Hadianor
Administration and Health Policy, Public Health Study Program, Lambung Mangkurat University, Indonesia

Abstract


The highest percentage of early marriage events for the last 3 years in girls <20 years old is found in Banjar Regency. In 2015 the percentage of early marriages reached 17.36% and in 2016 the percentage of early marriages in Banjar only slightly decreased to 16.47% while in 2017 early marriages in Banjar Regency in girls experienced an increase in cases with a percentage of 17.51% . The general purpose of this study is to explain the “Klinik Dana” Program as an Prevention of early marriage events in adolescents. The design of this study is analytical, with quasy experimental approach. The research subjects were teenagers at Banjar Regency. The number of subjects targeted for the activity was 62 teenagers. In this study, the research instruments were used as follows, questionnaire sheets, knowledge, attitudes and support for adolescent environments before and after the implementation of the program. The independent variable in this study is the development of the young clinic planning, while the dependent variable is the knowledge, attitudes and environment of adolescents. The results showed that before the intervention was obtained less knowledge of 45 respondents (72.6%), negative attitudes of 11 respondents (17.8%), and the environment did not support 3 respondents (4.9%). While the results in the second month obtained good knowledge of 9 respondents (14.5), negative attitudes of 1 respondent (1.6%), environment did not support 3 respondents (4.83%). At the final value, the results of the lack of knowledge are 1 respondent (1.6%), negative attitude 0% and environment that does not support 0%.This activity is proven to be able to increase knowledge, attitudes, and environmental support for the ideal age marriage. So that the Health Office and Puskesmas can apply this concept in an effort to reduce the rate of early marriage.

Keywords


Early-Age Marriage, Young Clinic Planning.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v11%2Fi1%2F2020%2Fijphrd%2F194151