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Jurnal Kesehatan Reproduksi
Vol 1, No 2 Apr (2011)
AKTIVITAS SEHARI-HARI, POLA MAKAN DAN PERILAKU PENCARIAN PENGOBATAN IBU HAMIL DAN NIFAS SUKU KAMORO, PAPUA
Alwi, Qomariah ( Badan Penelitian dan Pengembangan Kesehatan, Kementerian Kesehatan)
Article Info   ABSTRACT
Published date:
04 Nov 2012
 
Background: According to a quick Survey of Papua in 2000, MMR of Papua province was about 750 to 1.300, especially Mimika district was about 1.100 per 100.000 live birth. This number is 4 times higher than national number. Objective: The aim of this research is to get information due to pregnant and lactating mother behaviors in health care. Methode: Design is qualitative fenomenologic approach. This research was carried out in 2005 in Mimika District of PT Freeport Indonesia (PT FI) project area to indigenous people: Kamoro tribe who lived in Mwapi and Poumako villages. Collecting data by indepth interview and observation in daily activities, food patern dan seeking health care. Result: That pregnant and lactating mother s daily activities in seeking food to jungle, river and sea tend to dangering mothers health. Beside that their food taboos with high protein caused anaemia and low energic chronic. Those mothers also still seeked treatment of traditional birth attendants and avoided health care of midwife who live near their houses. Conclusion: Explanation about diet and security on the pregnant and lactating mother to prevent the occurrence complication or even dead.   Keywords: activity, food patern, treatment, pregnancy, Kamoro Tribe
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