Analysis of the Differences of the Successful Family Development Program for Children's Family (BKB) Towards Childhood Growth of 6-24 Months in City BKB Group and Village BKB Group


Authors : Nonic Ajeng Rahayu; FX Ady Soesetijo; LeersiaYusi Ratnawati

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 1 - January

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The success of BKB in improving children's development is explained by several factors, namely aspects of education, knowledge, access to information, employment, income and participation between urban and rural communities. The research objective was to determine the analysis of the success of the IEC program on the growth and development of children aged 6-24 months in the city BKB group and the village BKB group. Method : This research design is cross sectional with quantitative approach. The number of respondents was 30 BKB participants in Kaliwates and Panti districts, Jember regency. Data analysis techniques used the Man Whitney different test and Run test. Result:Analysis of the success of the IEC program on the growth and development of children aged 6-24 months in the city BKB group and the village BKB group. The level of education, income, knowledge, access to information, the pattern of grooming, caring and caring for mothers to the growth and development of children aged 6-24 months shows that there are differences in education and parental participation in the city BKB group and the village BKB group. Conclusion:. Based on two regions, namely Kaliwates and Panti, there are differences in the level of education, income, knowledge, access to information, patterns of training, compassion and mother care for the growth and development of children aged 6-24 months.

Keywords : Children,Development, Family, Growth and Participan

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