Participatory Action Research to Negotiating Establishment of a Model of Healthy Canteen at SDN 15 Palu

Nur Muthiawati, Suriah Suriah, Stang Stang

Abstract


This study aims to analyse the process to obtaining support from local goverment by developing a draft of academic text of mayor’s regulation to establishment of a model of healthy canteen at SD 15 in Palu Ciy. The research used the Participatory Action Research (PAR) method. It analyzes the participative action of school community and the stakeholders in establishing a model of healthy canteen at SDN 15 in Palu City with supported by regulation from the local goverment. The data were collected through interviews, focused groupdiscussions, and participant observations. The data were analyzed in several steps including collecting the data, reducing the data, presenting the data, and drawing the conclusions. The data were presented in the forms of narrations, charts, and observations. The results of this research show that the process of negotiation in the establishment of a model of healthy canteen needs support and active participation of the school community and stakeholders. The modeling of healthy canteen at SDN 15 was undertaken in several steps including disseminating the information, developing a framework of the model of healthy canteen, conducting a training of food safety practices, and the establishment of the model framework in the school canteen.

The community had negotiation with the local goverment by developing a draft of academic text of mayor’s regulation that will become the foundation of the establisment of healthy canteen at schools in Palu City.

 


Keywords


negotiation; participatory action research; healthy canteen.

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