The dual form of malnutrition (DFM) is defined as multiple nutritional problems in the same household and time. This study aimed to determine the relatedfactor to DFM incidence in pairs of mothers and children aged 6-59 months in Bogor District in 2019. This cross-sectional study used secondary data on theNutrition and Health of Babakan Madang Subdistrict Toddlers in 2019 and Nutrition Intake and Stunting of Children Under-Five in Bogor District, West JavaProvince, involving a total sample of 274 households. The dependent variable in this study was DFM, while the independent variables were maternal ageduring pregnancy, maternal height, maternal breastfeeding history, parity, family income, mother's and father's education level. Bivariate analysis involvingthe Chi-square test and multivariate analysis with multiple logistic regression tests was used in this study. The results revealed that DFM incidence in theBabakan Madang Subdistrict in 2019 was 42%. The determinants of DFM that were significantly related were maternal height (p-value = 0.000), maternalbreastfeeding history (p-value = 0.027), and parity (p-value = 0.049). The analysis results showed that the dominant factor in the prevalence of DFM was thematernal height (OR = 2.704; 95% CI = 1.615-4.528). It is recommended to improving nutrition in adolescence, especially in the case of girls in their role asfuture mothers.
- dual form of malnutrition
- maternal height