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Aldie Jefri Manugan

Cendrawasih University

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BACKGROUND - Incidence of dengue in the city of Jayapura from year to year often become community health problems that cause pain and death, despite the efforts of prevention and mitigation has been conducted by government in this case the City Health Department and Community Health Center Kotaraja.

 

OBJECTIVE - This study aims to identify relations knowledge, community participation and incidence of DHF results of research locations in the Village Wahno Abepura District Jayapura City.

 

METHODS - This type of research is an analytic study with cross sectional design where variable cause or risk and results or cases that occur on the object of research is measured and collected in the same time. The population samples are as many as 960 households and 96 families (10%). Data were collected using a questionnaire and Documentation Studies. The research method is quantitative analysis with chi square test.

 

RESULTS - The survey results revealed that there was no correlation between the respondents' knowledge with the management of PSM which the p value 1.000, p> 0.05. There is no relationship with the respondents' knowledge with the incidence of dengue disease in which the p value 0.617, p> 0.05. There is no relationship between the activities of PSM management with the incidence of dengue disease in which the p value 0.488, p> 0.05.

 

CONCLUSION -There is a correlation between the respondents' knowledge with PSN-DBD where p value of 0.000, p> 0.05. There is no relationship between the PSN-DBD with the incidence of dengue disease in which the p value 0.583, p> 0.05.