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Andi Tenri Abeng


ASI complementary foods (MP-ASI) are foods or drinks that contain nutrients and are given to infants or children aged 6-24 months, to meet nutritional needs other than breast milk. MP-ASI is given in accordance with the age of the toddler namely MPASI infants aged 6-9 months, MP-ASI infants aged 9-12 months and MP-ASI infants aged 12-24 months. This research aims to discuss training research by posyandu cadres for practice mother in giving MP-ASI in Mallusesalo Village, Wajo Regency in 2018. This type of research is quasi-experimental with re-assistance provision (Pretest and Posttest Group Design. This research was conducted in Malusesalo Village in Wajo Regency in 2018. Accidental sampling is a sampling technique by means of sampling techniques took a sample conducted using meetings. The results of this study were training by posyandu cadres against the practice of mothers in providing MP-ASI assistance in Mallusesalo Village, Wajo District (p = 0,000). cadres in carrying out the activities of the posyandu activities were active cadres in cadres enhancing programs implemented by cadres implemented. by the puskesmas and the health department. Improving the program cadre training to improve the skills and motivation of cadres and to choose supervision from puskesmas in the form of monitoring and possibly in every cadre activity during posyandu.


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Andi Tenri Abeng, Linda Hardiyanti. PENGARUH PELATIHAN OLEH KADER POSYANDU TERHADAP PRAKTEK IBU DALAM PEMBERIAN MAKANAN PENDAMPING ASI (MP-ASI). BIGES JUKES [Internet]. 2019Aug.31 [cited 2020Oct.31];11(1):1-7. Available from:


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