PERANCANGAN MOTION GRAPHIC TENTANG PENTINGNYA CEGAH STUNTING SEJAK DINI SEBAGAI MEDIA INFORMASI DI POSYANDU KAMPUNG PAMAHAN

  • Mentari Arum Tisa
  • Arief Ruslan
Keywords: Nutrition, Stunting, Motion Graphic.

Abstract

Nutrition is the main determinant factor related to the quality of human resources. Because the knowledge and pattern of foster care is very influential to the attitude given by the mother to her child so that the nutrient intake given early is good, obtained by the toddler and the nutritional problems of Indonesian toddlers can slowly decrease. Stunting is a serious problem in toddler nutrition and the highest toddler nutrition problem in Indonesia. Where mothers who have high knowledge of the nutrition of toddlers are likely to have good nutrition, and mothers who have low knowledge of the nutrition of toddlers are likely to have problems with nutrition. Therefore nutrition education to reduce the problem of stunting needs to be addressed to all parties involved in the parenting of toddlers such as parents, helpers, and so on. In posyandu Kampung Pamahan stunting problem is very common for the mother according to the observation results that the author has done and the data obtained in Posyandu Pamahan Village. The development of the use of internet media as a means of communication is also becoming faster after the internet began to be accessible through mobile telephone and even then the term smartphone appeared. By using the right media, the message you want to convey can be channeled well. In addition, video media can be seen or re-accessed with smarthphone tools. The selection of motion graphics is because the media in the form of video is more interesting because it uses audio and visual techniques. As well as reading interest in mothers is less high. And it is expected later that mothers and the public realize the importance of the introduction of stunting from an early age to reduce child nutrition problems and child development that adversely affects the child.

 

 

Published
2021-06-01
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