FUNGSI MOTORIK DAN STATUS GIZI ANAK USIA DINI YANG MALNUTRISI DI PEMUKIMAN KUMUH PERKOTAAN
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Malnutrition is a major problem that afflicts children in the world, which is harmful for both the children and the community Malnutrition can overburden a poor country to 3% of it’s gross income. The evidence show that the mortality due to infectious diseases in malnourished children is up to 3 to 27 times greater than children who are nutritionally adequate, so that malnutrition is a significant risk factor causes of death in children. Cognitive and psychomotor disease and behavior of children is often associated with malnutrition. The purposes of this study are: to analyze the diet, the adequacy of macro and micronutrient, the nutritional status of the childen and analyze the child's motor system development of children. Results of the study of the frequency of the main meal of the toddler are on average 2.- 3 times a day. The nutrient of subjects who have met the 80% daily in AKG (Number for Adequacy of Nutrient Substances) are energy (90.72%), protein (113.98%), vitamin A (195%), vitamin B2 (106.96%), and vitamin B6 (90 %). While the nutrient of subjects who do not meet the 80% of AKG is vitamin B1 (58.91%), vitamin C (70.92%), Fe (69.24%), and zinc (3.9%). The research shows that the level of fine motor development runs normally (48.91%), as well as gross motor development (36.96%) and language (44.57%). Based on the child's fine motor function, it is shown that the majority (48.91%) of children had a normal developmental progression, even 28.26% of them have advanced development. It is also found in fine motor function of children. Most of children have normal development (36.96%) and advanced (33.70). Generally, motor function, both gross motor and fine motor skills, of the majority of children are normal and above the average.