Preventing  stunting in Sumberkencono village, nine thematic KKN-BBM students socialize exclusive breastfeeding and MP-ASI

Preventing  stunting in Sumberkencono village, nine thematic KKN-BBM students socialize exclusive breastfeeding and MP-ASI
Rufaidah Fikriya, a nursing student when explaining the socialization of ASI and MP-ASI companies in Sukun Health Center, Sumberkencono Village. (Photo: Nikmatus Solikhah)

UNAIR NEWS - Chronic nutritional problems that can lead to growth failure or a child's condition is shorter than normal children (stunting) is one of the crucial health problems that…

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Targeting Housewives to Prevent Stunting Early

Targeting Housewives to Prevent Stunting Early
ATMOSPHERE OF PKM-M TEAM with Dr. Kusnanto while conducting stunting Education in Proppo, Madura on Sunday, March 5. (Photo: Courtesy)

Health issues for children in Indonesia have recently become the world spotlight. Based on the data set by WHO, the problem of stunting in Indonesia is still above the maximum number of 20%. Based on Riskesdas (2018), stunting rate in Indonesia is 30.8% and still far from the expected target.

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