SOCIO-ECONOMIC MAPPING OF VASECTOMY BIRTH PLANNING PARTICIPANTS IN THE SUBURBS OF SURABAYA

 

Nurleila Jum’ati
Economic And Business Faculty, Wijaya Putra University,

Tri Siwi Agustina
Economic And Business Faculty, Airlangga University.

Prita Anugrah Widowati
Economic And Business Faculty, Wijaya Putra University,
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Abstract

The purpose of this study was to find out the demographic results and mapping of socio-economic abilities, in fertile couples in vasectomy family planning ( KB ) participants. The approach used is a quantitative descriptive by collecting data through questionnaires and observations, which uses 21 prosperous family indicators from BKBN for socio-economic capabilities. The population of the study was fertile couples in vasectomy KB participants with 139 families. With a purposive sampling technique, it was obtained a study sample 50 families of vasectomy KB participants in the West Surabaya area. The results of mapping the socio-economic level for vasectomy KB participants is: 24% of pre-prosperous families, 40% of prosperous families I, 18% of prosperous families II, 4% of prosperous families III, 14% of prosperous families III plus. Thus, it can be concluded that the KB program has not directly improved the welfare of the family of vasectomy KB. The quadruple helix con-cept is needed by optimizing the role of the university and the private sector in running government programs.

Keywords: Mapping of Socio-Economic Ability, Fertile Couples, Vasectomy KB.

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