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Journal ID : TMJ-08-03-2022-11180
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This research takes the research title "Implementation of Government Policy In Acceleration Of Integrated Stunting Reduction In Sukabumi Regency". This research is motivated by the function of government, namely service, where the government is present to serve the community. Stunting is physical growth characterized by a decrease in growth speed and is the impact of nutritional imbalances. The long-term impact of stunting is the disruption of physical, mental, intellectual, and cognitive development. This study aims to identify and analyze the implementation of the Sukabumi Regency Government in accelerating the reduction of stunting. The research method used is a descriptive research method with a qualitative approach. Informants are officials of the Regional Development Planning Agency of Sukabumi Regency and officers of the Health Office of Sukabumi Regency. The data collection techniques used are people, places, and paper. Data collection techniques were carried out by means of open and closed interviews, observation, and document review. And the data analysis technique is done by data reduction (data reduction), data display (data presentation), and conclusion drawing (verification). The results of the study indicate that the implementation of government policies to accelerate the reduction of integrated stunting in Sukabumi has been going well as a whole. This is supported by the commitment of the Central and Regional Governments to support this program with the support of the allocation of funds from the APBN (national budget) and APBD (local budget) in its implementation. In addition, support from human resources and related parties in the implementation in the field has been running optimally, but there are still many people who do not understand the program to accelerate the reduction of stunting such as the low level of public knowledge of parenting for children and toddlers so that its implementation still not optimal. It is hoped that this research can provide knowledge for local governments and other interested parties to accelerate integrated stunting reduction.

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