SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF CASES OF HIV/AIDS BALI IN THE YEAR 1987 - 2018

Nyoman Ngurah Adisanjaya, Ni Kadek Dwipayani Lestari

Abstract


Based on data from the Bali Provincial Health Office in 2019 shows that people with cumulative HIV/AIDS is likely to increase in every year, with a total of 7,107 cases. This requires the handling of related parties to take steps to prevent that this case does not continue to rise. One effort to map the incidence of HIV/AIDS in Bali, the risk factors that influence and that data can be displayed using Geographic Information System (GIS). From this background, further research is needed on the spatial analysis of cases of HIV/AIDS in Bali using GIS. The method of research used descriptive method with the research subjects across the case of HIV/AIDS in Bali in 1987 - 2018. The data were collected using observation and documentation. Analysis of the potential distribution data using clustering techniques and methods of regression and mapping the spread of cases using spatial analysis with ArcView 3.3 software. Results showed the high potential areas Denpasar spread of HIV/AIDS, followed Badung and Jembrana. Based on the age group, the most vulnerable are aged 30-39 years were the highest spread through heterosexual amounted to 73.25%. In conclusion the spread of cases in Denpasar supreme because some districts are Hot Spots such as South Denpasar in Sanur Danau Tempe, East Denpasar in Pasiran and Padang Galak as well as a significant link HIV/AIDS with key populations that support distribution with a significant value (Sig) < 0:05.
Keywords: SIG, Clustering, Regression, HIV/AIDS, Spatial Analysis

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