The evaluation of effect Gammarana intervention to reducing stunting during the Covid-19 pandemic: Protocol evaluation of stunting intervention in Enrekang District

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  • Sirajuddin Sirajuddin
    Student of Doctoral Public Health Hasanuddin University, Makassar; Nutrition and Dietetic Department Health Polytechnic of Makassar, Indonesia.
    https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9477-5824
  • Saifuddin Sirajuddin
    Department of Nutrition, Faculty of Public Health, Hasanuddin University, Makassar, Indonesia.
  • Razak Thaha
    Department of Nutrition, Faculty of Public Health, Makassar, Indonesia.
  • Amran Razak
    Department of Health Administration Policy ) Faculty Public Health, Hasanuddin University,Indonesia, Indonesia.
  • Ansariadi Ansariadi
    Department of Nutrition, Faculty of Public Health, Makassar, Indonesia.
  • Ridwan M Taha
    Department of Nutrition, Faculty of Public Health, Makassar, Indonesia.
  • Purnawan Junadi
    Department of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, Indonesia University, Jakarta , Indonesia.
  • Pungkas Bahjuri Ali
    National Development Planning Agency of Indonesia. Jakarta , Indonesia.

ABSTRACT

Background: Evaluation of large-scale stunting interventions in Indonesia has never been carried out, because it found limited sensitive and specific interventions that were carried out massively at the village level. The provincial government of South Sulawesi Indonesia in 2020 has implemented a stunting intervention model called Gammarana. The purpose of this evaluation is to analyze the impact of Gammarana on changes in stunting at the project site. Location project as many as 30 villages with a population estimated 60,000.

Design and methods
: Evaluation in this study using a retrospective method and internal and external audit to document potential, then validated after the field visit Gammarana first phase in 2020. Basic Logic Model evaluation model with 22 indicators (input, process, secondary output and primary output). Proving the effect of Gammarana on changes in stunting by comparing the phenomena in the comparison village.

Results: 
The comparison villages were set as equal and comparable in 13 indicators that could disturb the study conclusions. The result of the initial condition is that the conditions of the two villages of Gammarana and Villages Comparison are seen as the same in various characteristics, so that whatever the results of this evaluation study are believed to be the impact of Gammarana Project.

Conclusions: 
this protocol eligible to evaluation of Gammarana Project Intervention in Enrekang District, South Sulawesi Indonesia.

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