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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 11, November 2019 Edition



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

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ISSN 2277-8616



The Management Revolution Of Indonesian Agriculture Towards National Food Resilience

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AUTHOR(S)

Suharno, Kazan Gunawan

 

KEYWORDS

Revolution, Agriculture Management, National Food Resilience.

 

ABSTRACT

Until now, Indonesia's National Food Resilience is still in an unstable condition. This condition provides a real picture that there are problems for the Indonesian people in the field of food resilience. Because of the position of the existence of a very strategic region of Indonesia, Indonesia should become a prosperous and independent nation and state in terms of food sources. This study aims to create an Agricultural Governance Revolution towards Indonesia's National Food Resilience. The method used is a Descriptive Analysis by creating a Stock Flow Management Diagram of Food Resilience relating to the context of good governance in agriculture which includes procurement or production, processing, distribution and use or consumption activities. The results showed that the agricultural governance revolution must cover at least 4 aspects, namely; 1) Food availability and resilience, 2) Food distribution, 3) Provision of Food reserves, and 4) Management of Food Resilience. Furthermore, good governance practices must be able to be applied consistently, to principles in partnership terms, as the basis for more open governance in an agricultural governance revolution towards Indonesia's National Food Resilience.

 

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