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SRP. 2020; 11(10): 762-765

Sociocultural Transformation in Efforts to Reduce Mortality of Infants in Bone Regency, Indonesia

A Syamsinar Asmi, M Tahir Kasnawi, Andi Agustang, Ahmad Yani.

Global development can only be achieved if the goals apply to all children everywhere. It means that children's welfare today is an important marker of progress in the process of achieving the SDGs. The purpose of this study was to determine the influence between concepts related to morbidity that will cause infant mortality from a socio-cultural aspect. This type of research is Mixed Methods with a sequential exploratory approach implemented in Bone Regency. Qualitative research results show that mothers tend to have education up to elementary school, family status is still classified as less capable of fulfilling the needs of all family members, traditional birth attendants are often used in childbirth and baby care, and community trust in infant mortality is caused by parakang. The quantitative research result study indicates that there is a significant relationship between economic status (0.045

Key words: Infant Mortality, Economic Status, Traditional Birth Attendant, Morbidity, Infant Care

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