Rabia Zakaria, Rabia
Unknown Affiliation

Published : 3 Documents Claim Missing Document
Claim Missing Document
Check
Articles

Found 3 Documents
Search

Faktor-faktor yang Berhubungan dengan Tindakan Ibu dalam Pemberian ASI eksklusif di Wilayah Kerja Puskesmas Tilongkabila Kabupaten Bone Bolango Tahun 2014 Zakaria, Rabia
JIKMU Vol 5, No 3 (2015): Vol 5, No 3 April 2015
Publisher : JIKMU

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

Abstrak   ASI eksklusif adalah pemberian ASI (Air Susu Ibu) sedini mungkin setelah persalinan, diberikan tanpa jadwal, dan tidak diberikan minuman dan makanan lain (termasuk air jeruk, madu, dan air gula) sampai bayi berumur 6 bulan.  Di Indonesia saat ini pemberian ASI ekslusif masih rendah, Riskesdas 2013 persentase ASI ekslusif  hanya 30,2% sementara Kementerian Republik Indonesia  menargetkan 80% Tahun 2014. Puskesmas Tilongkabila Tahun 2013  hanya mencapai 5,7%, tiga faktor yang mempengaruhi  tindakan pemberian ASI eksklusif  yaitu  faktor predisposisi (predisposing factor), berupa   pengetahuan, sikap, dan pendidikan, faktor pendukung (enabling factor) mencakup keterpaparan informasi, promosi susu formula, dan faktor penguat (reinforcing factors) mencakup dukungan tenaga kesehatan dan dukungan suami serta keluarga. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui faktor-faktor yang berhubungan dengan tindakan ibu dalam pemberian ASI eksklusif  di wilayah kerja Puskesmas Tilongkabila Kabupaten Bone Bolango Tahun 2014. Jenis penelitian ini adalah penelitian kuantitatif mengunakan metode penelitian deskriktif analitik dengan desain penelitian cross sectional. Sampel dalam penelitian ini adalah ibu-ibu yang memiliki balita usia 6-24 bulan dengan jumlah sampel 134 responden. Analisis data penelitian ini adalah analisis univariat dan bivariat dengan uji Chi-Square, serta analisis multivariat dengan analisis Regresi Logistik berganda. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa pendidikan, pengetahuan, sikap, promosi susu formula, dukungan tenaga kesehatan serta dukungan suami dan keluarga berhubungan dengan tindakan ibu dalam pemberian ASI ekslusif,  serta tidak terdapat hubungan keterpaparan informasi dengan tindakan ibu dalam pemberian ASI ekslusif.   Kata Kunci : ASI Eksklusif, Tindakan Ibu. Abstract Exclusive breastfeeding is breastfeeding (BMS) as early as possible after birth , given without schedule , and not given drinks and other foods ((including orange juice , honey , sugar and water ) until the baby is 6 months old . In Indonesia currently still low exclusive breastfeeding , exclusive breastfeeding Riskesdas 2013 percentage is only 30.2 %, while the Ministry of the Republic of Indonesia is targeting 80 % In 2014.. PHC Tilongkabila In 2013 only 5.7 % , the three factors that affect the action of exclusive breastfeeding are predisposing factors  (predisposing factors ) form of knowledge , attitudes , and education , supporting factor (enabling factors ) include exposure information , promotion of infant formula, and reinforcing factors ( reinforcing factors) include support for health workers and support of her husband and family . This study aims to determine the factors associated with maternal action in exclusive breastfeeding in Puskesmas Tilongkabila Bone County Bolango Year 2014. This research is a quantitative research using research methods deskriktif analytic cross-sectional study design. The sample in this study were mothers who have children aged 6-24 months with a sample of 134 respondents. The data analysis of this research is the analysis of univariate and bivariate with Chi-square test , and multivariate analysis with multiple logistic regression analysis. The results of this study shows that education , knowledge , attitudes , promotion of infant formula , the support of health professionals and support of her husband and family -related measures in exclusive breastfeeding mothers, and there was no correlation with measures of exposure information in exclusive breastfeeding mothers  Keywords : Action mother, exclusive breastfeeding
THE DETERMINANT OF STUNTING PREVALENCE IN 24-59 MONTH CHILDREN IN HAYAHAYA VILLAGE, WESTERN LIMBOTO SUB-DISTRICT, GORONTALO REGENCY Zakaria, Rabia; Suma, Juwita
Journal of Maternal and Child Health Vol 5, No 3 (2020)
Publisher : Journal of Maternal and Child Health

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (582.739 KB)

Abstract

Background: Stunting is among the nutritional problems that lead to deficits in the children?s life quality, hindering the children?s growth. Indonesia ranks fifth as the country with the most stunting prevalence in 24-59 month children; this includes groups who are at risk of malnutrition. Short-term consequences of stunting involve problems in brain development and physical growth, while the long-term effects include cognitive and learning skill deficits.Subjects and Method: This quantitative study relied on the analytical observation method with the cross-sectional design, with the independent variables, such as a mother?s education level, family income, parenting styles, newborn height, newborn weight, birth spacing, and breastfeeding records. The dependent variable is stunting prevalence. Out of 95 of the total population, 76 children who met the inclusion criteria were selected as the sample. This study relied on the result of several data analyses, including univariate, bivariate, and multivariate tests. Further, the chi-square analysis and logistic regression enter method were also employed.Results: The result shows that the mother?s education level, family income, parenting styles, birth height, and birth weight contribute to the stunting prevalence of the children.Conclusion: In conclusion, parenting styles are the dominant variable that correlates with the stunting of the children.Keywords: stunting, parenting style, breast­feeding, birthweightCorrespondence: Rabia Zakaria. Department of Midwifery, He­alth Polytechnic of Ministry of Health Go­ron­talo, Indonesia. E-mail: rabiasubarkah@­gmail­.com, Phone: +62-823-4879-4086.Journal of Maternal and Child Health (2020), 05(03): 287-296https://doi.org/10.26911/thejmch.2020.05.03.07
The Determinant of Stunting Prevalence in 24-59 Month Children in Hayahaya Village, Western Limboto Sub-district, Gorontalo Regency Zakaria, Rabia; Suma, Juwita
Journal of Maternal and Child Health Vol 5, No 3 (2020)
Publisher : Journal of Maternal and Child Health

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar

Abstract

Background: Stunting is among the nutritional problems that lead to deficits in the children’s life quality, hindering the children’s growth. Indonesia ranks fifth as the country with the most stunting prevalence in 24-59 month children; this includes groups who are at risk of malnutrition. Short-term consequences of stunting involve problems in brain development and physical growth, while the long-term effects include cognitive and learning skill deficits.Subjects and Method: This quantitative study relied on the analytical observation method with the cross-sectional design, with the independent variables, such as a mother’s education level, family income, parenting styles, newborn height, newborn weight, birth spacing, and breastfeeding records. The dependent variable is stunting prevalence. Out of 95 of the total population, 76 children who met the inclusion criteria were selected as the sample. This study relied on the result of several data analyses, including univariate, bivariate, and multivariate tests. Further, the chi-square analysis and logistic regression enter method were also employed.Results: The result shows that the mother’s education level, family income, parenting styles, birth height, and birth weight contribute to the stunting prevalence of the children.Conclusion: In conclusion, parenting styles are the dominant variable that correlates with the stunting of the children.Keywords: stunting, parenting style, breast­feeding, birthweightCorrespondence: Rabia Zakaria. Department of Midwifery, He­alth Polytechnic of Ministry of Health Go­ron­talo, Indonesia. E-mail: rabiasubarkah@­gmail­.com, Phone: +62-823-4879-4086.Journal of Maternal and Child Health (2020), 05(03): 287-296https://doi.org/10.26911/thejmch.2020.05.03.07