Penulis: Lamia Diang Mahalia, Lutfi Agus Salim, Tika Indiraswari, Iswari Hariastuti
Contraceptive devices and medicine have a very strategic value in supporting family planning operations. This study therefore aims to determine the trend of contraceptive need and usein Dayak societies, and analyze the supply chain as well as the management of contraceptives required to fullfill this need. The research design used a case study, and qualitative data were obtained from in-depth interviews supported by secondary data. Meanwhile, quantitative data were collected through questionnaire survey, and data analysis was performed using the triangulation method. Subsequently, the results of qualitative data analysis were combined with the results of quantitative data analysis to acquire final conclusions. In Dayak societies, injections are the contraceptive form most required and used by people in the local community (30.21%). Furthermore, there is a significant correlation between need and use of contraceptives (Sig. = 0.000). The demand for contraceptives is based on the remaining stock at the health center, as well as the community’s request. During the acceptance process, the quality, quantity, and type of contraceptives are checked, and counseling is provided, especially for new acceptors. Meanwhile, the suitability of the contraceptive storage conditions at the health center was discovered to be 61.46%, compared to the standard. Currently, supporting
management is not run optimally, especially in terms of formulating an operating standard procedure, as well as monitoring, evaluating, and implementing training. Thus, the availability of contraceptives at the supplier and local community’s need for contraceptives are taken into consideration and as a strategy for managing contraceptives in the Primary Health Care of Dayak societies, in order to ensure the availability of contraceptives at Puskesmas and fullfill the contraceptive needs of Dayak societies.
Keywords: Contraceptive supply chain, contraceptive management, and contraceptive need
Diterbitkan di: Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 15(3), 3483-3489
Link Artikel/DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i3.1584