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Published: 10 June 2022

Confidence Issues on using Maternity Waiting Home Service: A Case in Wonogiri

Sri Hilmi Pujihartati

Universitas Sebelas Maret, Indonesia

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10.31014/aior.1991.05.02.354

Pages: 148-152

Keywords: Maternity Waiting Home, Confidence Issues, User

Abstract

Maternity waiting home is a program designed to decrease maternal mortality. This program is implemented in several Indonesian districts, including the Wonogiri regency. It is not unusual for its execution to encounter barriers posed by diverse parties. This study employs a qualitative, descriptive approach to describe the maternity waiting home service. This study aims to understand why there are trust issues in the maternity waiting home service. Focus group discussions (FGD) and interviews were done to acquire samples of data from diverse stakeholders. In actuality, the maternity waiting home service in wonogiri regency has hurdles, most notably the lack of user confidence. Numerous pregnant ladies are hesitant to utilize the maternity waiting home service for a variety of reasons. There is mistrust in the service for a variety of reasons. This study indicates that maternity waiting home service stakeholders in wonogiri regency should address and resolve this critical issue by strengthening maternity waiting home service awareness campaigns.

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