Mapping the Factors Affecting Household Food Security of Tuberculosis Patients in Coastal Region of Surabaya

D. Susilaningrum, B. S.S. Ulama, R. Lathifah

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Abstract

Food security is a condition of a person who has access to adequate, safe, and nutritious food to meet the needs of a healthy life. Affordability of food is determined by the aggregate purchasing power. It is also can be measured by the amount of poverty in Indonesia which reached 28,07 million in 2014. According to data from the health department, the largest TB cases in Indonesia were in East Java Province and Surabaya accounted for the largest number, there are 48379 cases in 2015. This study mapping the factors that affect household food security of TB patients in the coastal areas of Surabaya. This study used secondary data sources from 11 clinics i.e. TB patient's addres and primary data source to survey patients about food security. Variables used in this study are variables related to socioeconomic factors and sanitary factors. Those variables will be analyzed descriptively and mapping using biplot analysis. Biplot generated based on socio-economic factors, sanitary factors, and status of households in 11 districts Surabaya that near the beach geographically. The result shows that 64% of TB patient households are food insecure than the left are food secure. More than 50% of TB patient households have a good house physically. From the result of mapping between sub-districts and factors, formed five groups consisting of: 1) Benowo and Mulyorejo; 2) Asemrowo, Gunung Anyar, Sukolilo and Pabean Cantikan; 3) Semampir, Krembangan and Bulak; 4) Kenjeran; and 5) Rungkut.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012053
JournalIOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Volume335
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 25 Apr 2018
Event2nd International Conference on Mathematics, Science, Education and Engineering, ICOMSET 2017 - Padang, West Sumatera, Indonesia
Duration: 5 Oct 20176 Oct 2017

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