This study aimed to analyze the determinants of providing MP-ASI at the individual level and Posyandu level.
This research was conducted using a cross-sectional research design. The study was conducted in Gunungkidul Regency from October to November 2019. Sampling was conducted using probability sampling with a sample size of 200 mothers who have children aged 6-24 months. The DV is the practice of complementary feeding. The IV were birth weight, nutritional status, maternal knowledge toward complementary feeding, maternal education, and family income. Data collection tools were questionnaire, weight scales, and height gauges. Data were analyzed by a multiple multi level logistic regression.
Good Complementary feeding practice was positively associated with birth weight ≥2500 grams, normal child nutritional status, high maternal knowledge toward complementary feeding, maternal education ≥Senior high school, and high family income.
This study concluded through its findings that good complementary feeding practice increases with normal birth weight, normal child nutritional status, high maternal knowledge, high maternal education, and high family income. Posyandu has a strong contextual effect on complementary feeding practice.