Abstract

0-6 months old mother stated that 7 <35 years of providing complementary foods such as honey,
porridge sun, bananas (5 mothers with low education (elementary, middle), 4 work and 6 had
revenue> Rp. 1,000,000, -), and three mothers aged> 35 years did not give breast milk (one
working mother, two highly educated mothers, and one mother had revenue> Rp. 1,000,000, -).
The purpose of this study to describe age, education, occupation, economic status of mothers and
the provision of complementary feeding and to know the relationship, age, education, employment
and economic status of women with early breast milk giving dikelurahan Arcawinangun work area
Puskesmas East Purwokerto 1 2014.
This research method is analytical correlation with cross sectional approach based on primary
data. This research instrument with a checklist. Sempelnya are mothers with babies aged 0-6
months. Sempel retrieval technique is cluster sampling with a sample of 30 respondents.
The result of this research is the most maternal age is ≤ 35 years (60%). Based on the highest level
of education is low (63.3%). Most are based on the work of working mothers (56.7%). Based on
the economic status of the mother is the most economic high (53.3%) and the provision of the
highest breast milk is not suitable (≤ 6 months), namely (66.7%). There was no association
between maternal age with early administration of MP-ASI with Ï value 0.461. There is a
relationship between the mother's education by giving breast milk to premature Ï value 0,001.
There is a relationship between the mother's occupation by giving breast milk to premature Ï
value 0,007.There is no correlation between economic status women with early breast milk giving
the value Ï 0.122.


Keywords: Age, Education, Employment, Economic Status, MP-ASI