Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Coordination


How to reduce the risk of motorcycle accidents? Implementation of coordinationbetween the police, schools and, communityhealth centers

Lutfi Irvan Ansori; N Bilqis; Setya Haksama

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 388-391

Indonesia is a country with high number of road traffic accidents. The number of accidents in January-March 2017 was 43.121 cases, and the number of motorcycle accidents approximately 31,247 cases. Coordination is an important factor needed to solve a particular program or problem involving two or more institutions. This study aims to analysis the coordination of the police, schools, and community health centers in the District of Krian on reducing motorcycle accidents. This research used descriptive method with cross-sectional approach. Data collectedthroughquestionnaires and distributed to 14 officers in the Krian police agency, , high school, andKrian communityhealth center. The respondents selectedby purposive sampling. The result showed the study shows that 64.3% of respondents claimed always need coordination, 42.9% of respondents always obeyed in carrying out the leadership's instructions, 50% of officers often carry out informal communication.The obstacles that occur in the implementation of coordination is the ignorance of other agencies, regarding the role of community health centers in traffic accident prevention efforts. It can be concluded that the implementation of coordination between the police, schools and health centers is good.

How to reduce the risk of motorcycle accidents? Implementation of coordination between the police, schools and, communityhealth centers.

Lutfi Irvan Ansori; N Bilqis; Setya Haksama

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 598-601

Indonesia is a country with high number of road traffic accidents. The number of accidents in January-March 2017 was 43.121 cases, and the number of motorcycle accidents approximately 31,247 cases. Coordination is an important factor needed to solve a particular program or problem involving two or more institutions. This study aims to analysis the coordination of the police, schools, and community health centers in the District of Krian on reducing motorcycle accidents. This research used descriptive method with cross-sectional approach. Data collectedthroughquestionnaires and distributed to 14 officers in the Krian police agency, , high school, andKrian communityhealth center. The respondents selectedby purposive sampling. The result showed the study shows that 64.3% of respondents claimed always need coordination, 42.9% of respondents always obeyed in carrying out the leadership's instructions, 50% of officers often carry out informal communication.The obstacles that occur in the implementation of coordination is the ignorance of other agencies, regarding the role of community health centers in traffic accident prevention efforts. It can be concluded that the implementation of coordination between the police, schools and health centers is good.

INTEGRATED PROGRAM FOR POVERTY REDUCTION IN KEDIRI

Indasah .; Prima Dewi K; Devy Putri Nursanti; Eri Puji Kumalasari; Nurdina .; Siti Farida; Herry Krismono

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 904-921

Kediri is one of the cities in Indonesia which has a high poverty rate. This study aims to design an integrated program in poverty reduction in Kediri City, the percentage of poor people in Kediri City in 2018 was 7.68 percent, a decrease of 0.81 percent compared to conditions in 2017, namely 8.49 percent, This percentage is still better because it is below the achievements of the Province of East Java and the national level. There have been many poverty reduction programs implemented by the Kediri municipal government. However, the program is still ineffective because: 1) there is no coordination between agencies in running the program, and 2) the program does not reflect the needs of the poor to live properly in urban areas. The research used qualitative methods and was carried out in agencies related to poverty alleviation programs in Kediri City, namely the Research and Development Planning Agency (Barenlitbang), Bapemas and KB, the Cooperative and UMKM Office, Disperindag, Health Office, Manpower Office, Office Social, Education Officer, and Transportation Service. The data collection technique was carried out in 3 ways, namely observation, interviews, and documentation. The results of this study indicate that there are eight priority needs of the poor, namely (1) education, (2) social welfare, (3) health, (4) infrastructure and infrastructure, (5) food security, and (6) the environment. Of the eight priority needs of the poor, it is found that an integrated poverty reduction program design requires good coordination among related agencies

Integrated Program For Poverty Reduction In Kediri

Indasah, Prima Dewi K; Devy Putri Nursanti; Eri Puji Kumalasari; Nurdina .; Siti Farida; Herry Krismono

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 4592-4610

Kediri is one of the cities in Indonesia which has a high poverty rate. This study aims to design an integrated program in poverty reduction in Kediri City, the percentage of poor people in Kediri City in 2018 was 7.68 percent, a decrease of 0.81 percent compared to conditions in 2017, namely 8.49 percent, This percentage is still better because it is below the achievements of the Province of East Java and the national level. There have been many poverty reduction programs implemented by the Kediri municipal government. However, the program is still ineffective because: 1) there is no coordination between agencies in running the program, and 2) the program does not reflect the needs of the poor to live properly in urban areas. The research used qualitative methods and was carried out in agencies related to poverty alleviation programs in Kediri City, namely the Research and Development Planning Agency (Barenlitbang), Bapemas and KB, the Cooperative and UMKM Office, Disperindag, Health Office, Manpower Office, Office Social, Education Officer, and Transportation Service. The data collection technique was carried out in 3 ways, namely observation, interviews, and documentation. The results of this study indicate that there are eight priority needs of the poor, namely (1) education, (2) social welfare, (3) health, (4) infrastructure and infrastructure, (5) food security, and (6) the environment. Of the eight priority needs of the poor, it is found that an integrated poverty reduction program design requires good coordination among related agencies.