Vol 3, No 3 (2008)

November 2008 (Edisi Suplemen Ketahanan Pangan)

Table of Contents

Articles

M. Husni Thamrin, Clara Meliyanti Kusharto, Budi Setiawan
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124
. Amirian, Yayuk Farida Baliwati, Lilik Kustiyah
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132
Hotmuda Simarmata, . Hardinsyah, Diah Krisnatuti Pranadji
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139
Indra Gunawan, Drajat Martianto, Yayuk Farida Baliwati
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144
. Nazdan, Budi Setiawan, Dadang Sukandar
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149
. Sungkowo, Budi Setiawan, Siti Madanijah
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Onnie Violetta Saragi, Budi Setiawan, Ikeu Ekayanti
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Repong is a forest management system which inherently conducted by community in Lampung Barat Coast. The objective of this research were to analyze: 1) household socio economic characteristics, 2) household food access, 3) household food security, 4) socio economic factors that influence household food security. This research was conducted by using retrospective design. The location was in Penengahan Village, Karya Penggawa Subdistrict, Lampung Barat District that chosen purposively with consideration that the village is the main village producing resin. The samples were 30 households who own repong and 30 households who do not own repong that chosen snowbally. The result of the research shows that: 1) almost all (93.3%) household who own repong work as farmer, while half of household who do not own repong work as farmer (46.67%), service (40%), and trading (13.33%); 2) there is 30% of household who own repong and 36.7% of household who do not own repong that have low food access; 3) only 33.33% of household who own repong and 23.33% household who do not own repong are food secure; 4) factors that significantly influence energy consumption level are number of household member, size of repong, and food expenditure; factors that significantly influence protein consumption are number of household member and food expenditure; factors that significantly influence consumption diversity are number of household member and size of repong.

      Keywords: repong, food access, food security
Jimmy Manesa, Yayuk Farida Baliwati, Ikeu Tanziha
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Busran Hamid, Drajat Martianto, Evy Damayanthi
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Sri Mustika, Budi Setiawan, Dodik Briawan
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Rini Nurindarwati, Sri Anna Marliyati, Yayat Heryatno
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. Sumarlin, Yayuk Farida Baliwati, Ernan Rustiadi
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Hasnul Abrar, Ali Khomsan, Yayat Heryatno
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Kelana Indah Susilawati, Yayuk Farida Baliwati, Siti Madanijah
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Community’s perception and participation is necessary to be noticed in the effort of developing food barn in rural area. The objective of this study were to: 1) analyze community’s perception about food barn in Lampung Barat District, 2) inventory factors that influence community’s participation in developing food barn in Lampung Barat District, 3) formulate model and strategy in developing participative food barn to reach food security in Lampung Barat District. This research was conducted by using cross sectional design and descriptive analysis approach. The location was chosen by using purposive sampling which were in Tribudi Syukur Village, Sumberjaya Subdistrict and Buay Nyerupa Village,  Sukau Subdistrict. The selection was based on consideration that these villages has different implementation performance of food barn according to the assessment from Food Crops and Horticulture Office in Lampung Barat District. The result of the research shows that the community’s perception category, represented by farmer as sample, based on total perception variable score between Tribudi Syukur and Buay Nyerupa, is different. The general condition of the community (like age, education level, income, etc.) do not have correlation with its perception about food barn. The community’s participation in food barn category, represented by farmer as sample, based on total participation variable score between Tribudi Syukur and Buay Nyerupa, is also different. There is correlation between community’s perception about food barn and its participation in developing food barn activity. The factors that influence community’s participation in developing food barn are tradition to store food by the community, the existence of farmer group, community’s perception about food barn, the existence of regional governmental structural institution in Food Security, regulation or guidance which support food barn developing, governmental program which support food barn development, the development of food market and trading, condition of region which potentially food insecure. The priority of strategy in developing participative food barn based on the result of SWOT analysis that possible to be conducted are 1) develop community’s perception to not relying on market in accessing food, 2) develop perception and community participation empowerment in creating and developing food barn based on regional condition, 3) maintain and build community’s tradition of storing food from self food storing to collective food storing (in group).

Keywords: food barn, perception, participation, community.
. Kholik, . Hardinsyah, M. Djemdjem Djamaludin
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Asih Sulistyorini Uly Damora, Faisal Anwar, Yayat Heryatno
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Tabrani Mahfi, Budi Setiawan, Yayuk Farida Baliwati
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Lingga Kusuma, Ahmad Sulaeman, Ikeu Tanziha
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. Suhartono, Ahmad Sulaeman, Budi Setiawan
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Edwin Kastolani Burtha, Hidayat Syarief, Euis Sunarti
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250