Pemberdayaan perempuan dan kunjungan Antenatal Care, analisis survei kesehatan demografis di lima negara Asia Tenggara

Susy Katikana Sebayang, Ferry Efendi & Erni Astutik
To cite this article: Susy Katikana Sebayang, Ferry Efendi & Erni Astutik (2019): Women’s
empowerment and the use of antenatal care services: analysis of demographic health surveys in
five Southeast Asian countries, Women & Health, DOI: 10.1080/03630242.2019.1593282
To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1080/03630242.2019.1593282

ABSTRAKPemberdayaan wanita dan penggunaan layanan antenatal care (ANC) tetap penting di Asosiasi Bangsa Bangsa Asia Tenggara (ASEAN). Studi ini mengkaji hubungan antara pemberdayaan perempuan dan penggunaan ANC di lima negara ASEAN. Informasi ANC untuk kelahiran terbaru dari 29.444 wanita yang saat ini menikah dalam 5 tahun terakhir sebelum Survei Kesehatan Demografi dianalisis (Kamboja [DHS2014], Indonesia [DHS2012], Myanmar [DHS2015-2016], Filipina [DHS2013], dan Timor- Leste. Leste [DHS2009]). Analisis menggunakan regresi logistik berganda menyesuaikan untuk desain pengambilan sampel yang kompleks. Jumlah kunjungan ANC secara positif terkait dengan partisipasi angkatan kerja di Kamboja, Filipina, dan Timor-Leste; dengan ketidaksepakatan dengan pembenaran untuk pemukulan istri dan tingkat pengetahuan wanita di Kamboja, Indonesia, Myanmar; dan dengan kekuatan pengambilan keputusan perempuan di Kamboja dan Indonesia. Hubungan variabel pemberdayaan perempuan dengan waktu kunjungan ANC pertama tidak sejelas dengan jumlah kunjungan ANC. Dibandingkan dengan ibu dewasa, ibu remaja dengan tingkat pengetahuan sedang memiliki peluang lebih kecil untuk menghadiri ?4 ANC di Kamboja, dan ibu remaja dengan partisipasi angkatan kerja yang paling miskin memiliki peluang lebih rendah untuk menghadiri ANC pertama di awal Myanmar. Kebijakan yang disesuaikan tentang peningkatan akses perempuan ke angkatan kerja dan informasi kesehatan di setiap negara mungkin diperlukan untuk meningkatkan penggunaan ANC.

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