Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : food


Z.F., Mavlyanova; Sh. Khusinova; Sh. Sabirova, assistant; S. Umirova, assistant

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1615-1621

Cerebral palsy is a neuromuscular disease that is often complicated by
nutritional problems in children and adolescents. At the same time, violations of the
nutritional status are a frequent manifestation of the underlying disease, worsen its course
and reduce the effectiveness of rehabilitation. The currently used classification of forms of
cerebral palsy does not reflect the overall severity of the disease, expressed in the degree of
impairment of motor functions, which is important in clinical practice. The article
discusses the possibility of using the GMFCS classification to assess the severity of
movement disorders in children with cerebral palsy.

Food Security And Local Government’s Role In Indonesia: Right-Based Approach In The Creation Of Local Regulation

Umbu Rauta; Titon Slamet Kurnia

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 4582-4591

This paper focusses to discuss governmental actions of the local/regional government, together with the central/national government, in establishing food security. Specifically, the governmental action is similar to the regulatory action related to food security, which will be discussed from a human rights perspective. From this stand point, the writers argue that the regional government can give positive contributions in establishing food security because based on the principles of local autonomy, the regional government can regulate depending on the specific conditions faced by the region. Regulations on food security are highly important as they will become policies and foundations of actions for the local government. Therefore, the governmental action in the local level can be more effective when the action is prescribed by an appropriate local regulation that matches the specific conditions faced by the respective region.