Measure Poverty and the Strategic of Its Reduction at District of Pasuruan East Java Indonesia

Diana, Ilfi Nur and Sagaf, Segaf and Harini, Sri (2015) Measure Poverty and the Strategic of Its Reduction at District of Pasuruan East Java Indonesia. Advances in Environmental Biology, 9 (23). pp. 233-236. ISSN 1998-1066

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Abstract

Background: All this time the issues of poverty were measured by narrow scope indicator so that the strategic of poverty reduction was narrow too.

Objectives: this research want to describe the poverty multidimensionally at District of Pasuruan East Java Indonesia, by performing survey to 24 villages from 24 sub districts. The aims of this research are give the description about poverty issues at Pasuruan District, and give recommendations to local government about the strategic of its reduction.

Result: poverty dimensions that were used in this research are education, health, life quality and infrastructure. Poverty issues can not be seen only from revenue rate, but also multidimesionally. Overall, from 24 villages, we can see that basic services rate was still very low, including infrastructure especially road and health and education services.

Conclusion: poverty village at Pasuruan district have description like low education and skill rate, infrastructure especially road and land irrigation. As for the strategic was prioritized to basic services, guarantee and social aid. Therefore, it is required integrative effort between government and society figure. LSM and business world in the Pasuruan District.

Item Type: Journal Article
Keywords: black cumin extract; menopause; LDL; HDL LDL/HDL ratio
Divisions: Faculty of Economics > Department of Management
Depositing User: Faizuddin Harliansyah
Date Deposited: 06 Jun 2018 06:08

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