Tag Archives: Food Sustainability

Pesantren Transformation System in the Food Sustainability (Published)

Pesantren (Islamic boarding school) has proven to be a formidable institution in society by ruling Islamic values and traditions, including in agricultural field. Having variety of available resources, pesantren becomes a power for agricultural development. Pesantren has transformed to be able to maintain the agricultural tradition in achieving food sustainability. This research aims to assess transformation system and formulate strategies for pesantren transformation to achieve food sustainability. This research uses soft system methodology (SSM) approach and SAST (Strategic Assumption Surfacing and Testing) technique. The result shows that pesantren transformation system uses 4R concept that is located on the reframe and renew dimensions. The strategies to encourage the pesantren transformation cycle: their lead/central figure (leadership); pesantren management to institutionalize values for both individual and collective; and having strong modalities. The anticipation for transformation obstacles includes a change that must be well managed and economic orientation for the green growth.

Keywords: Food Sustainability, Pesantren, Strategic Assumption Surfacing and Testing, Transformation

Alternatives of Food Security Model on the Farmer’s Household through Social Empowerment in Tarakan (Published)

Food Security through social empowerment can be brought into reality if the public gets involved directly on each process of Food Security achievement in all aspects that include food availability, accessibility, and food absorption. Objective of the research was to study alternatives of Food Security model on the farmer’s household through social empowerment in Tarakan. Data analysis of the research used the Generalized Structure Component Analysis (GSCA). Result of the research showed that description of the Food Security model of the farmer’s household through empowerment is welfare (Z), which is affected by Food Security Levels (Y4), in which the Food Security Level (Y4) is more dominant and affected by behavioral changes (Y3), while the social empowerment process (Y2) is directly insignificant in affecting the Food Security Level (Y4), but it could significantly affect through behavioral changes (Y3) variable. Besides that, direct participation (Y1) has insignificant effect on Food Security Level (Y4), but it could have significant effect through social empowerment process (Y2) and behavioral changes (Y3). The social empowerment process (Y2) is dominated by the effect of participation (Y1), in which participation (Y1) is dominated by the effect of innovation (X2) of post harvest (X3).

Keywords: Farmer’s Household, Food Sustainability, Social Empowerment

ALTERNATIVES OF FOOD SECURITY MODEL ON THE FARMER’S HOUSEHOLD THROUGH SOCIAL EMPOWERMENT IN TARAKAN (Published)

Food Security through social empowerment can be brought into reality if the public gets involved directly on each process of Food Security achievement in all aspects that include food availability, accessibility, and food absorption. Objective of the research was to study alternatives of Food Security model on the farmer’s household through social empowerment in Tarakan. Data analysis of the research used the Generalized Structure Component Analysis (GSCA). Result of the research showed that description of the Food Security model of the farmer’s household through empowerment is welfare (Z), which is affected by Food Security Levels (Y4), in which the Food Security Level (Y4) is more dominant and affected by behavioral changes (Y3), while the social empowerment process (Y2) is directly insignificant in affecting the Food Security Level (Y4), but it could significantly affect through behavioral changes (Y3) variable. Besides that, direct participation (Y1) has insignificant effect on Food Security Level (Y4), but it could have significant effect through social empowerment process (Y2) and behavioral changes (Y3). The social empowerment process (Y2) is dominated by the effect of participation (Y1), in which participation (Y1) is dominated by the effect of innovation (X2) of post harvest (X3).

Keywords: Farmer’s Household, Food Sustainability, Social Empowerment