Cakupan Imunisasi Balita dan ASI Esklusif di Indonesia, Hasil Survei Kesehatan Nasional (SURKESNAS) 2001
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AbstractThe 2001 Maternal and child health study (SKIA) is a part of the 2001 National Household Health Survey (NHHS) and carried out by National Institute of Health Research and Development, Ministry of Health. The NHHS 2001 is the sixth survey. The sample of the study is sub sample of National socio-economic survey. The study covers 26 provinces in Indonesia, excluded Aceh, Maluku and Papua provinces. The 2001 Mother and Child study is a nationally representative study of children under five and reproductive age women. A total of 25,072 households, 21,516 reproductive age women 15-49 were interviewed. Information about children under five including vaccination, breastfeeding, food supplement, and assistance at delivery and place of delivery was also collected. The study found that complete immunization covered only 60-70%, indicating that 30-40 % of the children had not received basic immunization against six diseases: tuberculosis, diphtheria, tetanus, poliomyelitis and measles. The result showed that only 47% children 0-3 months were exclusive breastfed, and 6% children 6-7 months still had exclusive breastfed without food supplement. There were very importance to improve people knowledge about Posyandu activities include immunization for the children, and improve mothers knowledge about exclusive breastfed and food supplement for the babys.
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