Effectiveness of Poverty Reduction Program with Value Added Creation in Agribusiness Sector and Formulation of Strategic Plan and Policies

Tien Yustini

Abstract


The purpose of this study is to formulate value creation models for agribusiness development to address rural poverty issues and analyze and design a Strategic (policy) model that should be developed for poverty alleviation in South Sumatra.

The object of this study was conducted in Palembang City and Ogan Ilir Regency which identified the poor still relatively big. To measure the effectiveness of poverty alleviation programs that have been done by the government, conducted descriptive qualitative and quantitative analysis. Qualitative analysis is done by describing poverty alleviation programs that have been done, continued and will be done by the government together with other stakeholders. Further analyzed the problems or obstacles encountered in the implementation, formulation and develop a model of community empowerment that is considered effective enough to overcome poverty. The effectiveness analysis is calculated by comparing the planned targets with the results achieved.

From the model formulated and built it is expected to obtain strategies and policies that can be taken by the government to overcome the problems of poverty both in the city and in the countryside.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/ijef.v10n4p51

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