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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 2, February 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



"Analysis Of BUMDes Strengthening For Community Welfare With The SLA Approach (Case Study Of Kalipucang Village, Tutur, Pasuruan)"

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AUTHOR(S)

Noor Zuhdiyaty, Maryunani, Wildan Syafitri

 

KEYWORDS

Village, BUM Desa ( Village – owned Enterprise), SLA (Sustainable Livelihood Approach).

 

ABSTRACT

This study see the village with SLA approach (Sustainable Livelihood Approach) use five capital, among others are natural capital, physical capital, human capital, financial capital, and social capital. The aim of this study is for knows character of every capital especially for see the streng capital and the weak capital beetwen five capital mentioned. Indonesia is one of country that reach and uniqe in some of resources Many hidden potentials are still not optimized, especially those in rural areas. As well as in Kalipucang Village. Many potentials that have not been fully utilized and have not been properly contained. So that the existence of BUM Desa (Village-Owned Enterprises) is considered to be one of the places to develop this potential by seeing the existing potential based on five capital SLA. The method in this study is a mixed mix method, namely quantitative research and then supported by qualitative research. Data collection is done by observation, documentation, questionnaires and interviews. The results of the study show that the strongest capital is financial capital, while the weakest capital is human capital.

 

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