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International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

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Relationship between Behaviour of Malaria Prevention with Malaria Accident by Community in Calumta Health Centre, Siko, and Kalumpang, City of Ternate

Arsad Suni

Abstract: Malaria is the main cause of death is diseases of the tropics which are estimated one million population dead of one year cases. It occurs around 200-300 million/yeas. This case is one of the major public of health problem because it is affected to the mortality number baby, toddler and pregnancy. This research aims to look at the relationship between the behaviors of the community about the prevention of malaria incidence in the third with a working area of clinics. This research method used analytic approach with case-control study. Sampling technique performed with total sampling as much as 36 cases and 36 controls and the test is performed with the chi-square by deviation standard was = 5 % (0.05). The results of the analysis showed the existence of a meaningful relationship between the behavior modification with the incidence of malaria with P value =0.002. There is a meaningful relationship between environmental modification with malaria with P value =0.004 and no relationship between the behavior of personal protection with gen of malaria with p value =0.343. So, summarize of this study shown there is no meaningful relationship between the behaviors of personal protection with malaria, there is a meaningful relationship between environmental modification and behavior modification with the incidence of malaria. Therefore, it is expected to do outreach clinics periodically about malaria prevention and efforts.

Keywords: Personal Protection Behavior, Behavior modification, Environmental Modification and Malaria



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