Institutional Role and Asisstance Service Analysis on Food Security Policy Case in Indonesia

Institutional Role and Asisstance Service Analysis on Food Security Policy Case in Indonesia

Muhamad Rusliyadi (Polytechnic of Agricultural Development Yogyakarta Magelang, Indonesia), Azaharaini Bin Hj. Mohd. Jamil (College IGS Brunei Darussalam, Brunei), Ratna Tri Kumalasari (Agricultural and Food Security Office, Kebumen Regency, Indonesia) and Ari Abdul Rouf (Gorontalo Assessment Institute for Agricultural Technology, Ministry of Agriculture Indonesia, Indonesia)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-4787-8.ch003

Abstract

The chapter aims to analyze on the role of institutions, sources of funding/assistance, source information in terms of food security and extension policy. The result of the research shows the information on problematic areas in policy implementation with respect to food security and extension policy in terms of poverty reduction. The role of the institutions, assistance, and source information is useful in the implementation of other policy sectors in the future because similar issues or problems may be avoided by taking precautions not to repeat the same mistakes or by applying measures that address the implementation issues. In this way, policy implementation can be carried out effectively, and the outcomes will meet the policy objectives.
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Materi And Method

This research is focused on the existing food security policy in Indonesia with regard to the DMP Programme that has been implemented since 2006. The methodology used in the study was mainly quantitative, but a qualitative approach was also used to enrich the findings of the quantitative study. Primary data were analysed using Microsoft Excel and Statistical Program for Social Science (SPSS). Research site in Java island has the largest number of population in Indonesia. It was chosen to represent the research site. Central Java was chosen for this case study because it constitutes 17.0% of the population experiencing poverty (CBS, 2011). Secondly, it has many poor villages when compared to other provinces. Four villages were selected purposively1.

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