Partisipasi Masyarakat Dalam Penerapan Program Sanitasi Total Berbasis Masyarakat Pilar Ke 1

Community Participation in The Implementation of The Community-Based Total Sanitation Program 1st Pillar


  • Repi Saputra STIKIM



Keywords: Qualitative, Community participation, Open defecation, Community Based Total Sanitation.


Introduction: The high level of morbidity and mortality due to environmental disease is a public health problem in Indonesia. One of the causes is the behavior of open defecation. Depok Village RT 03 RW 1 is3 an area that still often defecates openly, which is as much as 11.9%. One of the government's in-depth solutions to this problem is through the triggering method.

Methods: This research is a research with a qualitative approach with a case study approach. The sampling technique or the determination of informants used in this research is snowball sampling. Data collection is done by observation, in-depth interviews, and documentation. Data analysis in this study used the Miles and Huberman technique.

Results: The results of this study indicate that community participation in the STBM program, the first pillar of the community in Depok Village RT 05 RW 13, the community has participated both in community participation in receiving information, discussing and making decisions, and community participation in obtaining authority to manage resources and make decisions. Conclusion: It is hoped that the community will continue to improve the behavior of stopping open defecation and success or the achievement of a program cannot be separated from the participation of the community alone.

Discussion: Analyzing community participation in receiving information, discussing, making joint decisions between the community and outsiders, and community participation in obtaining the authority to manage resources and make decisions about the STBM program. Pancoran Mas Health Center, Depok City.