Asian Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology & Environmental Sciences Paper

Vol 22, Issue 1, 2020; Page No.(31-37)

QUALITATIVE STUDY OF CADRES IN MOVEMENT 1000 FIRST DAY OF LIFE (1000 HPK) EARLY PREVENTION OF EVENTS STUNTING IN CHILDREN IN PUSKESMAS MEDAN DELI NORTH SUMATERA INDONESIA

ROTUA SITORUS, MUDJIRAN, M.S, KONS, ADANG BACHTIAR AND RIMA SEMIARTY

Abstract

Stunting has been identified as the primary public health priority, and there are specific targets to reduce. The stunting prevalence was 40% between 2010 and 2025. The WHO Data confirms that in the estimate there are 162 million short toddlers in 2012, if the effort to reduce the prevalence of stunting continues continuously, it is projected to be 127 million in 2025. Family Hope Program (PKH) since 2007 and the movement of the first 1000 day of Life (1000 HPK). Stunting can have an impact on child survival. WHO (2013) Divide the stunting effect into two namely short-term impacts can lead to increased mortality and morbidity, in the form of decreased cognitive development, motor and morbidity, in the form of decreased cognitive development, motor and language and increased expenditure on health care costs. Long-term impacts are short stature, increased risk of obesity and compotability, decreased reproductive health, decreased performance and learning capacity and decreased ability and working capacity. Methods and materials Research uses a qualitative approach with exploratory research design. The problem of how to perform cadre tasks in the early prevention of stunting events in toddlers through the movement 1000 HPK?. Research aims to excavate cadre in movement 1000 HPK in the early prevention of stunting events in infants. The key informant is the head of Public Health Center (Puskesmas) , the main informant of health centers, medical officers (midwives), health cadres, additional informers are community leaders. Research result: Implementation of cadre tasks in the movement 1000 HPK obtained that cadres able to implement programs 1000 HPK starting from before pregnant women, pregnancy period of 280 days, infants breastfeeding exclusive (breastfeeding up to the age of 6 months) 180 days and toddlers age 6-24 months ie 540 days of early prevention of stunting events in infants in providing health counseling and measuring the length of the baby’s body, toddler’s height, toddler’s head circumference, mother’s height and upper arm circumference of the mother carried out well. The execution of the task 1000 HPK movement cadres implementing program 1000 HPK. In the puskesmas need to educate the cadre in the 1000 HPK.

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