Performance Achievement of Nutritional Programs in Mulyorejo Public Health Center, Surabaya, Indonesia in 2018

Shifa Fauziyah, Zukhaila Salma, Serius Miliyani Dwi Putri, Faradila Khoirun Nisa Hakim, Hamidah Retno Wardani, Budi Utomo, Adi Pranoto, Pradika Gita Baskara, Teguh Hari Sucipto

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Introduction: Performance of nutritional programs in Public Health Center is the important component to evaluate for the better performance of health service. Methods: This study aims to evaluate performance of nutritional programs in Mulyorejo PHC in 2018. Evaluating process were used secondary data that provided by nutrition unit in this PHC. Descriptive study was conducted from November to December 2019. Data were interpreted as two groups; those are nutritional problem indicators and nutritional program performance indicators. Results: The main findings of this research are some of nutritional program performance indicators in Mulyorejo PHC still become problem of public health due to below the cut off value fixed by Ministry of Health, such as scope of under-five yars age with exclusive breastfeeding (79.3%), six-month age with complete exclusive breastfeeding (79.3%), supplementation in pregnant women with chronic energy deficiency (21,2%), under-five years ago that already have health control card or ofted called as Kartu Menuju Sehat (75%), under-five years ago that gain weighed (68.5%), and vitamin A supplementation in post-partum women (67%). Conclusion: Mulyorejo PHC still need to improve and gain the scope of some nutritional program that still become problem of public health. Regularly evaluation can gain and improved program achievement, this should be conduct in every PHC owing to the different geographical area, number of populations, number of human resources, and another different setting.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)893-898
Number of pages6
JournalSystematic Reviews in Pharmacy
Issue number9
Publication statusPublished - 2020


  • Mulyorejo
  • Nutritional program
  • Program performance indicators
  • Public health center


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