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Study of School Entomology Factors on The Impact of Behavioral Changes (Combi) Of the Incidence of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever in Elementary School Children

Author: ASRIWATI AMIRAH, ISMAIL EFENDY, ARIFAH DEVI FITRIANI, ENDANG
Abstract: Introduction: Environmental conditions, especially poor basic sanitation, can cause various health problems, including environmental-based diseases which up to now still have a high incidence and are often endemic, epidemics accompanied by death that can cause panic. Methods: To assess major changes in school program activities in controlling vector Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever with entomology indicators which include numbers of school environmental conditions on entomology indicators which include larva free numbers (ABJ) and Container Index (CI), in elementary school. This study used quantitative research by using a quasi-experimental design with pretest and post-test design, entomology evaluation with larvae monitoring in each school for 6 months. The sample of 108 schools was divided into four groups. Data collection instruments were questionnaires. Data were analyzed by using Anova test. Results: The larva-free rate obtained from the post II survey results, the highest in group I (100.0), the highest HI (25.9) in group IV while CI (13.0) and BI (0.07) in group IV. ANOVA test results showed that there were differences in house index and larva free rate between the study groups (p <0.05) both, pre, post 1 and post 2. Conclusion: environmental sanitation factor with COMBI approach has higher effectiveness to change eradication behavior and mosquito life cycle and regeneration mosquito density can decrease.
Keyword: Dengue; Combi; behavior; larvae-free rate
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2021.13.01.024
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