Rural areas in Indonesia vary in terms of socio-economics and cultural background, the landscape, physical climate, the resources, and the accessibility to extension services. Rural extension services play an important role in facilitating community development from on-farm to off farm activities. Rural extension systems have to address the increased demand for the services and to nd innovative approaches and strategies to facilitate community in the era of globalization. The paper aims to analyse the current status of rural extension systems in Indonesia, to analyse the role of stakeholders involved in extension systems, and to formulate plan and actions to strengthen rural extension systems. Assessment of rural extension systems was conducted by using a logical framework analysis models involving representatives from rural community groups and resource persons. Stakeholder dialogues and group discussions were conducted to gather information and to discuss the issues on rural extension. Data were analysed using stakeholders analysis to formulate strategy to strengthen rural extension systems. The results indicate that rural areas have shown changes in terms of socio-ecological aspects, land-uses, sources of income, and availability of resources. The changes are due to population increases that result in the need for more food, housing, education, jobs, and other public facilities. Community groups run small enterprise in rural areas for income generating activities. Engaging community and related stakeholders in the systems has positive effects for successful rural extension services. Stakeholder analysis showed that better collaborative extension services from service providers is needed to facilitate community. In terms of sustainable development goals, rural extension systems need the issues of food, health, water, gender, poverty and environment to be integrated into the services. Existing supports from local government, business sectors, civil society organizations, and universities are essentials to facilitate transformative changes in communities.
The program is to provide training to mothers with infants or pregnant women. The purpose of the training is to educate mothers of how to manage their family and households’ resources and all their members to become an effective parents and manager of the household. By the end of the training session, the mothers are expected to have skills and knowledge of parenting and family resource management so they will achieve their well-beings. The program is organized by Program Collaboration of Department of Family and Consumer Sciences FEMA IPB and National Agency of Population and Family Planning, Republic of Indonesia and Local Government of Cibungbulang Subdistrict. The program duration is 18 September 2018- December 2018.
FOI Bersama Kementerian Pemberdayaan Perempuan dan Perlindungan Anak (KPPPA) memiliki misi untuk memulai program peningkatan gizi anak-anak, ibu hamil dan menyusui dalam program “Kampung Anak Sejahtera” yang akan dilaksanakan di Desa Cibatok Dua, Kecamatan Cibungbulang, Kabupaten Bogor. Program yang akan diinisiasi yaitu Program SADARI (Sayap Dari Ibu) berupa kegiatan pemberian makanan tambahan (PMT) pada 1000 Hari Pertama Kehidupan (HPK), serta edukasi mengenai kesehatan, gizi, dan pola asuh anak. Untuk meningkatkan pengetahuan kader dan relawan FOI terkait pentingnya gizi pada 1000 HPK
2018: Socialization and Nutrition Training for Child Growth and Development “Village Children’s Welfare Program” by FOI Together with the Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection (KPPPA) # SDGsIPB1 # SDGsIPB2 # SDGsIPB3
FOI Together with the Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection (KPPPA) has a mission to start a nutrition improvement program for children, pregnant women and breastfeeding in the “Kampung Anak Sejahtera” program to be implemented in Cibatok Dua Village, Cibungbulang District, Bogor Regency.
The program that will be initiated is the SADARI Program (Sayap dari Ibu) in the form of supplementary feeding (PMT) activities in the First 1000 Days of Life (HPK), as well as education about health, nutrition, and child care patterns. To increase the knowledge of FOI cadres and volunteers related to the importance of nutrition in 1000 HPK.
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