The Hasanuddin University Nursing Study Program (PSIK) team held a training program for PSN jumantik school children (larva monitoring monitors for school mosquito nest nesting) at SD Palleko 2 in Takalar Regency. This activity was carried out due to several factors, including the prevention of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) in North Polongbangkeng Health Center focused on health education, so that jumantik cadres were formed from each school so that in the future prevention of dengue fever in schools could be carried out by cadres -Jumantik cadres that have been formed.

This training activity is one form of the actualization of Unhas PSIK lecturers which is related to one of the points of the university’s tridharma, namely community service. This activity is an effort to overcome Dengue Fever, involving 9 students (i) as larvae monitors and also responsible teachers, who came from 3 different primary schools namely SD Malewang, SD Palleko 2 and SD Pangembang in Takalar district.

The first activity was carried out, the students were first provided with knowledge related to breeding larvae, and prevention of larvae developed and also trained to monitor larvae in the home environment and also in school. To support the monitoring of larva, the students were given PSN kit, where in the PSN kit there were tools such as bags, flashlights, filters, clear plastic bags, PSN kit stickers, training materials, observation format flicking these tools to be used later. students to monitor larvae in their homes and schools.

Furthermore, in the implementation of the jumantik the following week after being given debriefing related to larva monitoring, the students in each school will look for places that are considered to be larvae developing places such as wc, puddles, used goods that can hold water, places The light is given with a flashlight to see the larvae and if it has been obtained larvae, the larvae are inserted into a clear plastic to see how much of the larva is. This activity continues to be evaluated every week for 1 month starting on September 8, 2017. In order to see how the development of the larva from each week and the evaluation material from the school.

In addition to providing insights related to DHF students in 3 schools are also given knowledge related to the management of used goods into economic goods to students. This is more focused on used goods that easily hold water, so this activity is also included in one form of prevention of dengue. In this activity the students were given knowledge related to how to make hydroponic pots and item wallets by utilizing used bottles, the students and also the school supported this activity. It was seen from the readiness of the school to collect used goods to be used as items worth selling.

At the end of the implementation, we gave each school the jumantik organizational structure and plan of action to implement the jumantik. This was intended so that the annual jumantik activities could continue and new cadres be formed in addition to the plan of action to carry out jumantik activities to prevent DHF can be implemented and the results can be given by the puskesmas. Besides that, it was also distributed to the teachers and students of stickers and leaflets related to prevention of dengue so that students and teachers could increase their knowledge regarding prevention of dengue fever.

“We received a very positive response not only from the Puskesmas but also from the school and Jumantik students. We hope this program can continue and can be followed by other elementary schools. “Said Nuurhidayat as the Chair of the training team. *)