A Situational Analysis of Stunting and Maternal Health in the Rural Area of Lumajang of Indonesia
SULISTYONO, R Endro
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Introduction: Stunting still become a problem in Indonesia. Need a comprehensive knowledge of the stunting prevalence and maternal health based on area. Aim: This study aimed to examine the stunting prevalence and maternal health elements in Lumajang based on district area in Lumajang. Methods: This was a descriptive situational analysis. Data were collected for the calendar year 2021 and focused on the stunting prevalence and maternal health. Framework was used is WHO conceptual framework on childhood stunting. We outlined the finding based on available data across the domain of children and maternal health. Results: In domain children, we found that each district had stunting case with various percentage. The district with the most stunting case is Klakah (10%). In domain maternal health there was still mother with chronic energy deficiency (10,9%). In domain family the family participation in family with children development program was still low. Conclusions: This study found that stunting prevalence was exist in all of district area in Lumajang. The district with the most stunting case is Klakah. There was significant finding related to mother with chronic energy deficiency, child caregivers, society and culture (beliefs in the myth). It would be important to expand research in the program effectiveness to stunting.
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