Evaluation of Chronic Energy Deficiency (KEK) Management Program for Pregnant Women in the Work Area of Puskesmas, Polewali Mandar Regency

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Nurjamilah S, Darmawansyah, Amran Razak, Sukri, Stang, Syamsuar

Abstract

This study aims to evaluate the program to overcome chronic energy deficiency in pregnant women. A
descriptive qualitative research with an evaluation study approach. Interviews were conducted with 6 key informants
and 2 pregnant women. Data collection techniques used in-depth interview techniques, observation techniques and
documentation techniques. The validity of the data using triangulation, namely triangulation of data sources,
triangulation of theories, and triangulation of methods. The results of research on prevention of KEK in pregnant
women, the input component shows 3 indicators that have not been met, and the emergence of policies with the aim
of producing healthy mothers and children. Meanwhile, in the process of organizing, monitoring and mobilizing
which is lacking and still weak in carrying out their respective functions and responsibilities, it is hoped that special
attention from the government, especially the health department, can run optimally where the overall indicators of
the program to overcome chronic energy deficiency in pregnant women show that program coverage has not reached
the target that has been set and the discovery of the status of cake in pregnant women is still high in addition to the
impact of the pandemic that increases young marriages. Insufficient and weak supervision and mobilization in
carrying out their respective functions and responsibilities, it is hoped that special attention from the government,
especially the health department, can run optimally where the overall indicators of the program to overcome chronic
energy deficiency in pregnant women indicate that the program coverage has not reached the target. which have
been set. And the discovery of the status of cake in pregnant women is still high in addition to the impact of the
pandemic that increases young marriages. Insufficient and weak supervision and mobilization in carrying out their
respective functions and responsibilities, it is hoped that special attention from the government, especially the health
department, can run optimally where the overall indicators of the program to overcome chronic energy deficiency in
pregnant women indicate that the program coverage has not reached the target. which have been set. And the
discovery of the status of cake in pregnant women is still high in addition to the impact of the pandemic that
increases young marriages.

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