Family Empowerment to Fullfillment Nutrition in Stunted Children

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Apriyani Puji Hastuti
Dina Nurpita Suprawoto
Ratna Roesardhyati
Ardhiles Wahyu Kurniawan
Domingos Soares
Rif'atul Fani
Corresponding Author:
Apriyani Puji Hastuti | apriyani.puji@itsk-soepraoen.ac.id



Abstract

Background: This research aims to analyze family empowerment in efforts to fulfill nutritional requirements for children aged 6-24 months who are stunted. Method: The method used was a quasi-experiment with a pre-post test control group design approach to 72 mothers in each group. Result: The results of the research show that there is a difference in mothers' ability to fulfill nutrition in terms of complementary feeding and responsive feeding after being given family empowerment interventions in families with stunted children aged 6-24 months, namely food preparation and processing (p=0.000), complementary feeding (p= 0.000), responsive feeding (p=0.000). Conclusion:  So it is hoped that family empowerment is an effort to strengthen its role in handling and accelerating the reduction in stunting incidents.

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A. P. Hastuti, D. N. Suprawoto, R. Roesardhyati, A. W. Kurniawan, D. Soares, and R. Fani, “Family Empowerment to Fullfillment Nutrition in Stunted Children”, Babali Nurs. Res., vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 54-66, Jan. 2024.
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