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The Health Life Quality Portrait of Kaili Da’a Women Couples Violence for the Victims of Tsunami, Earthquake, and Liquefaction through Family Economic Empowerment in Central Sulawesi Indonesia

Version 1 : Received: 22 August 2021 / Approved: 24 August 2021 / Online: 24 August 2021 (13:59:30 CEST)

How to cite: Rahmawati, S.; Tengilimoglu, D.D.; Monsalve, S.D.; Bohari, B.; Jaya, A.H.; Yunus, S.; Rahman, N. The Health Life Quality Portrait of Kaili Da’a Women Couples Violence for the Victims of Tsunami, Earthquake, and Liquefaction through Family Economic Empowerment in Central Sulawesi Indonesia. Preprints 2021, 2021080470 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202108.0470.v1). Rahmawati, S.; Tengilimoglu, D.D.; Monsalve, S.D.; Bohari, B.; Jaya, A.H.; Yunus, S.; Rahman, N. The Health Life Quality Portrait of Kaili Da’a Women Couples Violence for the Victims of Tsunami, Earthquake, and Liquefaction through Family Economic Empowerment in Central Sulawesi Indonesia. Preprints 2021, 2021080470 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202108.0470.v1).

Abstract

Background: The tsunami and earthquake occurred in 1927 and 2018 made life quality of Da’a Tribe women in refugee camps was affected by violence. It affects on women reproductive health in various aspects of life as high maternal mortality rate of 450 per 100 thousand live births and half of women victims of natural disasters have reproductive health problems such as anemia and malnutrition during pregnancy. The study objective is to explore the health quality of women related to the couple violence during the humanitarian crisis at refugees’ camps. Method: The population was 798 cases of violence. The 90 samples were selected by simple random sampling and calculated by Slovin method. Data analysis was done by descriptive qualitative and cross tabulation. The research location was Palu City. Results: The research findings showed that health quality of Da’a Tribe women after the couple violence is influenced by three factors, namely economic by 40%, psychological by 7%, violence during pregnancy 59.3%. Conclusion: Social life and women violence handling can be done by symbolizing the threat of criminal law for male perpetrators in accordance with applicable laws in Indonesia and improving the life quality of population, especially women in education and skills through empowering the family economy and increasing gender equality justice.

Keywords

life quality; women's health; family empowerment

Comments (1)

Comment 1
Received: 24 August 2021
Commenter: Dr. Ilyas Lampe
The commenter has declared there is no conflict of interests.
Comment: In the abstract section.
The research method should be clearer, especially data collection and data analysis.

In the introduction
The middle (page 4) is not clear.

In the method section
What are the primary and secondary data described?
what are the research variables?
What is the process of data collection and analysis?

In the conclusion section
Various domestic violence effect on women physical and psychology health. It produces pregnancy disorders (59.3%), infant mortality at birth by (7%) and other disorders (40%). The household violence consists of physical violence (62%) and economic violence (40%).
This percentage was not found in the research results, please check again
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