Rustam Adjie and Chandra buana


The research location Puskesmas Batu village housing galing disrict of central curup with 3:4Z km2 area consists of six village; stone galing, banyumas. Air kampung jawa, Sidorejo and talang Rimbo baru, a population of 34 709 inhabitants (with the highest number of inhabitants density of 15 districts), population density 10 149) per km2 (the amount of the highest population density of 15 districts), the potential occurrence Aedes aegypti lavae growth, the increase in dengue cades kepadadation potentially aggectec poputation, mobillty and uncontroilled unbanization Rejang Lebong have larva monitoringn office. (annual report rejang lebong district health office, 2015). Public behavior that is expected is proactive to maintion and imporve health. Prevent disease risks. Protect themselves from the threat of disease, as well as actively 3 M plus PSN DBd (ministry of health, 2005). The desing of this study using survey methods Arikun to, 5(2002) in the first year to ger information from residents regarding the ability of cognitive, affective and community action on the eradication of mosquito larvae causes dengue, then record the density of mosquito larvae home residents. Research in both the development of a participatory model Nursalam, (2003), in the form of community outreach models with density flick at the landfill. Results: in univariate analysis. Showed that the characteristic of the age level is know that most of the 26 respondents out of 40 respondents (65%) aged over 35 years, the sex most of the 28 respondents (70%) sex male, education level most of 30 respondents (75%) educated SMS above, almost all the work of 32 respondent (80%) word, earning the majority of 24 respondents (60%) income above Rp 1.500,000.-In bivariate analysis results: indicates that the of model of action version of the community in preventing mosquito larvae, among other, a small portion 5 respondents from 40 respondents (12.5%) the tub is drained, the fraction 3 respondents (7.5%) swinning water garden fish given mujahir and betta fish, 6 small portion of respondents (15%) bak catchments sprinkle abate powder. 5 small proportion of respondents (12.5%) of used cans in landfills, mostly small two respondents (5%) tunggul bamboo fence is closed, the fraction 1 respondent (2.5%) pentals stockpiled banana, one small portion of respondents (2.5%) coconut shell backfilled, the fraction 1 respondent (2.5%) skin durian shell is backfilled, the fraction 4 respondents (10%) of water in flower pot in the dressin bottles of water, 2 small portion of respondents (5%) pifalls of plastic jars ants replaced the water, a fraction 4 respondents (10%) Water in the reservoir behind the refrigerator replaced the water, the fraction 1 respindents (2.5%) logging bushes, a small one respondents (2.5%) cleaning gutter/siring, a small portion 8 respondents planted citronella. the exisetence of Seral Wangi model with density larva of Aedes aegypti in Environmental Water The existence of Serai Wangi Model with Density larva of Aedes aegypti in Environmental Water Shelter, showed that the majority of respondents (62.5%) where citronella density of Aedes aegypti larvae in the neighborhood of reservoirs. Based on Chi-square analysis values obtained P = 0.004 <α 0.05. then Ho Rejected and Ha accepted which means that statistically there is a significant correlation between the presence of citronella density of Aedes aegypti larvae in the neighborhood of reservoirs. Value OR = 4,375, which means that existing landfill environment citronella, do not rule out the risk 4,375 times found the presence of Aedes aegypti larvae. Suggested for Preventing the development of mosquito larvae by applying drain, closing and hoarding + plus especially on water reservoirs, and the cultivation of citronella in the yard of the house to reduce the development of larvae of Aedes Aegypti,

Keywords: Model community action, Aedes aegypti larvae, citronella, water reservoirs.

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