PENYULUHAN PROGRAM LITERASI INFORMASI KESEHATAN DALAM MENINGKATKAN KUALITAS SANITASI BAGI MASYARAKAT DI KAKI GUNUNG BURANGRANG KAB. BANDUNG BARAT

Ditha Prasanti, Ikhsan Fuady

Abstract


The ability of the community to access information needs is still uneven among urban people and rural communities. The ability to access information is an open door that must be open to be able to process and understand information, especially in this case is health information. Sanitation is one component of environmental health, a deliberate behavior to civilize a clean life to prevent humans directly touched with dirt and other hazardous waste materials, in the hope of maintaining and improving human health. Therefore, the authors perform Community Service activities entitled "Health Information Literacy Program Counseling in Improving the Quality of Sanitation for the Community at the foot of Mount Burangrang Kab. Bandung Barat."

Community Service Activities has a purpose to produce outcomes, namely: 1) Provide concrete knowledge and insight about health information literacy in improving the quality of sanitation for people in West Bandung regency; 2) Providing comprehensive knowledge and insight about health information literacy in improving the quality of sanitation for people in West Bandung Regency.

Method of PKM implementation conducted in this extension activity is ice breaking method; Workshop methods, lectures, and action studies.

 

 

Keywords:

Counseling, Literacy, Information, Health, Sanitation, West Bandung


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