Sosialisasi Gemar Makan Ikan di TK Nurul Iman Darussalam Banda Aceh

Lia Handayani, Nurhayati Nurhayati, Suraiya Nazlia, Elfa Yeni

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Fish is a commodity that is rich in protein, amino acids and fatty acids. This nutritional content is very necessary, especially in early childhood, because the food consumed will determine their growth and development. Lack of consumption of foods that have high nutritional content will cause several problems, one of which is stunting. To prevent this problem, it is necessary to intensify the efforts of GEMARIKAN (Movement to Popularize Fish Eating) which is a moral movement to motivate widely the public to consume fish in the recommended amount regularly for health in order to form healthy and intelligent humans. However, early childhood children are relatively less fond of fish because of the fishy smell, so it needs to be made in processed forms such as fish nuggets which are rich in beta-carotene. This service was carried out at the kindergarten and early childhood education at the Nurul Iman Foundation. The method used in this activity was socialization and direct practice of trying processed fish products with implementation stages including preparation, presentation of material, educational games and distribution of processed fish products (tuna nuggets). The number of participants who took part in this activity was 50 participants. This community service activity succeeded in cultivating Nurul Iman Darussalam Kindergarten children to love processed fish and were able to provide knowledge about the importance of consuming fish. This service also provided information to children about the bad effects of consuming snacks that contain MSG and other preservatives

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Published by Center for Research and Community Service (LPPM) University of Abulyatama, Aceh, Indonesia. 2020