Family Participation in Child Nutrition Promotion in Nongyama of Child Development Center Municipality in Roi et Province
Keywords:Family participation, nutrition, preschool children
This participation action research aimed to study the family participation in child nutrition promotion in Nongyama of child development center municipality in Roi et province. This model based on the mother’s food guideline that included “clean food”, “good nutrition”, and “made with love”. The study process comprised four steps planning, action, observation, and reflection. Data collection took place from October 2020 to september 2021. The research instrument was a questionnaire and a focus group intereview.
Result showed that the family participation in child nutrition promotion in Nongyama of child development center municipality in Roi et province included 3 especially 1) polyci of clean and safety food. 2) organized classes for family to educate and practice their children’s nutrition skills. And 3) Providing samples for preschool children’s food as a way to promote. child nutrition. Result a guidelines for children’s nutrition promotion in child development centers.
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