PEMODELAN RESIKO PENYAKIT KAKI GAJAH (FILARIASIS) DI PROVINSI PAPUA DENGAN REGRESI ZERO-INFLATED POISSON

Sri Pingit Wulandari, Brodjol Sutijo, Ika Rahmawati

Abstract


The goverment has established elimination of filariasis tropical disease as one of the priority programs. One of the districts that has become a target is Papua. The total amount of  filariasis victim on every regency/city in Papua district can be assumed to follow a Poisson distribution. So Poisson regression method is a suitable method to know the influence factor of filariasis disease. Poisson regression model assumes equidispersion, that is equality of mean and variance of the response variable. Overdispersion test shows that the variance of the response variable exceeds its mean value. So the model is modified into zeroinflated Poisson (ZIP) regression model (logit and log). ZIP logit regression model shows that the quantity of filariasis victim in every regency/city in Papua district with zero count is influenced by the percentage of household members who sleep inside mosquito net, the percentage of household members who sleep inside insecticide musquito net, and the percentage of house-holds who keep pet (dog/cat/rabbit). While ZIP regression on log model shows that the increasing number of percentage household who keeps their pet will enhance the quantity of filariasis victim  in Papua district as many as two people. Regencies/cities which need to get special attention through an elimination program of filariasis are Asmat, Tolikara, Supiori, Yapen Waropen, and Jayapura city.


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