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A child is considered stunted if, by the time they turn two years old, both his height and body length are below the WHO Multicentre Growth Reference Study standard. The aim of this PPMT activity is to increase public awareness and knowledge about stunting and improve food security. This program uses PRA, a strategy that includes socialization, training, and assistance with food security to improve the health of children with stunting. the general public's knowledge of stunting and efforts to prevent it has grown. By utilizing local resources, the team also hopes to assist the community increase its food security.


Food security Stunting Nutritional food

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