DESCRIPTION OF MOTHER'S KNOWLEDGE REGARDING THE FIRST 1000 DAYS OF LIFE WITH THE INCIDENCE OF STUNTING IN BANJAR SUB-DISTRICT

Authors

  • Ni Putu Nita Pebriyani Ganesha University of Education
  • Made Ila Miranda Hary Ganesha University of Education
  • Made Diva Aprliasih Arya Putri Ganesha University of Education
  • Ni Luh Erlya Lionita Ganesha University of Education
  • Hesteria Friska Armynia Subratha Ganesha University of Education

Keywords:

Stunting, Buleleng, Toddlers

Abstract

Stunting is a disruption in the growth and development of children due to chronic malnutrition and recurrent infections. Stunting is closely related to the nutrition provided in the First 1000 Days of Life (HPK). Based on data, stunting in Buleleng Regency reached 8.9% of the prevalence figure in 2019 of 22.05%; In Banjar District itself, 12.86% of toddlers are stunted. This research aims to determine the description of mothers' knowledge regarding the first 1000 days of life and the incidence of stunting in Banjar District. This research was conducted using a cross-sectional approach with a sample of mothers who had children aged 0-2 years with stunting in Banjar District. Data was collected by conducting structured interviews and distributing research questionnaires which will be analyzed using qualitative analysis. The results obtained showed that the mother's knowledge regarding nutrition in the first 1000 days of life was still in the deficient category

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2024-03-14

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