LEARNERS’ KNOWLEDGE AND PERCEPTION ON THE REQUIREMENT AND INTAKE OF MILK, MEAT AND EGG OF MED PROGRAM IN BOU
The study was designed to identify the knowledge and perception on the requirement and intake of milk, meat and egg of MEd learners’ of BOU and also identify some background profile during the period of July 2018 to December 2019. The information was collected from a total of 121 respondents with a survey questionnaire. The results showed that, among the learners’, there were none of effective learning age group, 2.48% were late learning age group and 97.52% were very late learning age group. The 91.74% learners’ were married and 8.26% were unmarried. The only 0.83% learners’ was student, 14.88% were government services, 82.64% were private services and 1.65% was business man. The 90.08% and 47.11% learners’ had knowledge on necessary of taking milk and meat per day and only 41.32% and 14.05% learners’ regularly had taken milk and meat per day, respectively. The 44.63% learners’ had knowledge on necessary of eating eggs per week and 44.63% learners’ regularly had eaten egg. The findings of the study identified the overall situation of animal protein intake of MEd learners’ of BOU which would help to strengthen the country’s animal protein production to achieve sustainable development.