THE EVALUATION OF PMT BISCUIT DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM FOR PREGNANT WOMEN BASED ON THE ASPECT OF PROCESS (PLANNING, ORGANIZING, IMPLEMENTING, MONITORING, EVALUATING) IN PAREPARE CITY
This study aims to assess the process (Planning, Organizing, Implementing, Monitoring, Evaluating) implementation of PMT Biscuits for pregnant women in the City of Parepare. This study used descriptive qualitative method to assess the management of the implementation of the Complementary food distribution program for Pregnant Women in Parepare City based on process aspects. Process consists of planning, organizing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating. The results of the study of planned activities do not represent specific preparations for carrying out PMT activities for pregnant women. PMT distribution according to technical guidelines was from the level of central government, provincial, district, community health center, village, to giving directly to KEK Pregnant Women. The process of receiving, distributing and recording PMT Biscuits at the community health center were conducted manually and were incomplete. Monitoring and evaluation were not done well at the community health center, and TPG officers also did not complete the form.