Peran Kelas Ibu Balita Terhadap Praktik Pemberian ASI Ekslusif

Luluk Hidayah, Devi Rosita


Toddler’s Mother Class has an important role in improving the coverage of
exclusive breast feeding. The purpose of this study was to describe the role of the
Toddler’s Mother Class with exclusive breast feeding practice in Public Health
Center of Godong I.
This study used qualitative methods with snowball sampling techniques. The
informant of the study are toddler’s mother who have a child aged 6-12 months with
total informant are ten informant. Collecting data technique with in-depth interviews
and used interview guidelines.
The results showed that implementation of Toddler’s Mother Class was done
three times a year by the facilitator, consists of a village midwives, public health
centers midwives, and a nutritionist or dental expert or infectious disease control
officer. Source of funding the activities derived from Special Operational Assistance
(BOK), media health promotion used a sheet back, and targets were not grouped by
age, but focused on toddlers who haved growing hibicus problems. Most of
informants have knowledgeable about exclusive breast feeding and have agreed to
give exclusive breast feeding. However, only a portion (50%) the informant can
provide exclusive breast feeding to her baby, because the lack of support from the
husband and family.
Toddler’s Mother Class at Public Health Center of Godong I was
implemented in all of the village, but there was still mother of a baby who does not
provide exclusive breast feeding.

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