Ibu Berpendidikan Rendah Cenderung Memiliki Anak Lebih Kurus Dibandingkan Ibu dengan Pendidikan Tinggi

Dudung Angkasa, Nadiyah Nadiyah

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Penguatan pendidikan merupakan salah satu upaya intervensi gizi sensitif yang dapat  mengatasi masalah gizi dan kesehatan (G&K) pada anak. Tingkat pendidikan ayah atau ibu yang lebih berperan dalam G&K anak sekolah menjadi perhatian menarik di penelitian ini. Tujuan penelitian ini ialah untuk menguji hubungan antara tingkat pendidikan orang tua dengan status gizi anak sekolah di setting pedesaan. Penelitian potong lintang dengan menggunakan sub sampel (n=212 dari total 330) Projek GISEL. Kuesioner terstruktur digunakan untuk mengumpulkan data tingkat pendidikan orang tua, umur, jumlah anak, dan pengetahuan gizi. Timbangan digital dan microtoise secara berurutan untuk mengukur berat dan tinggi badan. Aplikasi WHO Antroplus digunakan untuk menghasilkan indeks TB/U (Tinggi Badan menurut Umur) dan IMT/U (Indeks Massa Tubuh menurut Umur) . Untuk menjawab pertanyaan penelitian dan mendapatkan hasil terkontrol, dilakukan uji regresi linear berganda. Hasil menunjukkan bahwa anak dari ibu berpendidikan <9 tahun cenderung secara bermakna memiliki skor IMT/U 0,800 (95% CI = -1,451; -0,149) lebih rendah dibandingkan anak dari ibu berpendidikan >9 tahun. Tingkat pendidikan ibu berhubungan dengan G&K anak sekolah.

pendidikan, ibu, anak sekolah, status gizi, pedesaan


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pendidikan, ibu, anak sekolah, status gizi, pedesaan

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