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Low Birth Weight (LBW) is a birth weight of less than 2500 grams. Birth weight is an indicator of a child's growth
and development into adulthood and describes the nutritional status of the fetus during the womb. The Asset Based
Community Development (ABCD) approach owned by the community is to obtain a common goal in controlling LBW
starting from asset identification, problem analysis, potential planning, implementation, and utilization. The focus of
the research conducted by the author is the identification of human resources (HR) assets towards controlling cases
of Low Birth Weight (LBW). This type of research is qualitative research with an Asset Based Community Development
(ABCD) approach with observation and In Depth Interview methods. The method of taking informants is snowball
sampling in the Tamangapa Health Center working area in 2022. The results showed that controlling cases of low
birth weight (LBW) with the Asset Based Community Development (ABCD) method at Puskesmas Tamangapa is
Human Assets, namely Health services (pregnant women's programs such as ANC visits, pregnant women's classes,
posyandu cadres, whatsapp groups for pregnant women to fulfill nutrition during pregnancy, fulfillment of additional
food (PMT), neonatal visits, and kangaroo method care), education and knowledge of pregnant women. Economic
assets depend on the profession of each resident such as self-employed and civil servants, farmers, breeders, traders.
These four assets are very supportive in efforts to control low birth weight cases (LBW) in the Tamangapa Health
Center working area.
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