INDRAMAYU REGENCY- Vice Governor of West Java, Deddy Mizwar inaugurated the movement of City Without Slack (KOTAKU) in Malangsemirang Village, Jatibarang Sub-district, Indramayu Regency, Thursday (1/2/2018).
Deddy Mizwar explained that with the Kotaku movement, people get the need for clean water and drinking water 100 percent. While zero percent is the level of slum.
"100 percent of people get proper sanitation," Demiz said.
According to him, so far still found sanitation that is less feasible so as to create slum and cause diseases that affect the public health.
In addition, there is still a toilet wash toilet (MCK) which well adjacent to the septic tank.
"It's so rough and unhealthy, we should avoid it," said Vice Governor of West Java.
In some places, community-based sanitation (Sabernas) is equipped with communal septic tanks. "So it is channeled to communal septic tanks and from septic tanks of water, the waste is clear because it is processed," said Demiz.
He considered Kotaku's movement very important because the degree of public health is usually reflected from the environment. If the environment is dirty and dirty it means that people are not healthy, surely many are sick.
The degree of public health is determined by the environment by 45%. If the neighborhood is dirty, dirty, the level of health is low, including the house is not suitable for habitation. In addition, the degree of public health is affected by 30% lifestyle.
"Today many non-communicable diseases, diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, lifestyle strokes.Of the lifestyle of our diet or lifestyle, the disease is contagious due to the environment.We believe in this behavior 30% of lifestyles such as fast food, of most imports so obesity is also finally diabetes, heart disease, hypertension and stroke, "said Demiz.
He added that affecting the degree of public health is a means of health services. Meanwhile, 5% of the effect is a hereditary disease. In Malangsemirang Village also with self-help communities of 18 millions, the government of about 200 million woke up in a pretty good environment.
"Hopefully we can all keep how to care for drainage, water channels so that public health is maintained, so productive," he concluded. (MAT)