Alma Ata S1 Midwifery Study Program – On Sunday, 27 November 2022, the MURI Record Printing “Presentation of Healthy Menu to Prevent Stunting as many as 14,000 servings” by Alma Ata University and Consortium Partner Universities in Central Java was held. This MURI record-printing is one of the outcomes of the Matching Fund Gotong Royong Prevent Stunting (Gong Ceting) activity in Central Java which was initiated by Alma Ata University and 16 Consortium Partner Universities.
This activity was simultaneously held in 140 villages in Central Java. Several students and attended by Mrs Muafiqoh Dwiarini, M.Sc, Ns-Mid as Lecturer S1 Midwifery and Mrs apt. Annisa Fatmawati, M.Farm as a lecturer of S1 Pharmacy presented in Japan Village, Magelang Regency, Central Java. This series of activities aims to introduce the community to the family menu to prevent stunting. There are also several other series of activities such as training for pregnant women assistance to dasawisma–-women community about pregnant women’s health, breastfeeding techniques, and material about fulfilling nutrition at 8000 HPK. In addition, Japan Village was nominated for the Youth Ambassador who defeated 14 villages in Magelang district. It is hoped that this activity can provide new knowledge so that it can reduce the incidence of stunting.