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Ijtimaiyya : Jurnal Pengembangan Masyarakat Islam
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ISSN (Print) 1979-052X
Published by IAIN Raden Intan Lampung Homepage  [26 journals]
  • AN ANALISYS OF COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT ON THE SME MITRA UMAT PROGRAM OF
           LEMBAGA AMIL ZAKAT BANGUN SEJAHTERA MITRA UMAT (LAZNAS BSM UMAT)

    • Authors: Safira Felita, Muhtadi Muhtadi
      Pages: 129 - 148
      Abstract: Community development through productive zakat could improve the economic state of mustahiks, particularly those with Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). This study aims to: (1) learn about the LAZNAS BSMU community development scheme; (2) understand the benefits and drawbacks of the Mitra Umat SME program. This study employs a qualitative approach with descriptive evaluative methods. Field research data collection techniques include observation, interviews, and documentation. According to the findings of this study: (1) Mitra Umat team from LAZNAS BSMU accomplished their program so well and managed productive zakat as it should and precisely through Mitra Umat SME program for the mustahiks who joined and participated in the program; (2) The mechanism of development done by Mitra Umat team LAZNAS BSMU suitable according to the theory of community development; and (3) Mitra Umat SME program based on productive zakat could give a good impact and welfare.Keywords: Community development, Zakat, SME, and LAZNAS
      PubDate: 2023-01-25
      DOI: 10.24042/ijpmi.v15i2.13078
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • FAMILY HOPE PROGRAM (PKH) EXTENSION WORKERS' EFFORTS IN ALLEGING
           POVERTY IN THE COMMUNITY IN KALIWUNGU SUB-DISTRICT, KENDAL REGENCY

    • Authors: Ulin Nihayah, Lina Wijayanti
      Pages: 149 - 168
      Abstract: Poverty remains a major issue in Indonesia. One of the government's efforts to alleviate poverty is the Family Hope Program (PKH). This study aims to describe the Extension Workers' efforts in implementing the Family Hope Program (PKH) to combat poverty in Kaliwungu District, Kendal Regency. Among the outcomes of the efforts made is 1. Socialization of the distribution of assistance through the provision of materials, business training, and assistance in resolving various problems in the field. 2. Increasing the group's economy through skill-based activities such as business partners. 3. Changes in behavior (knowledge, attitudes, and skills) where being in chronic poverty becomes temporary poverty because KPM (Benefit Recipient Families) has acquired business skills. 4. Empowerment of the Independent Community through Skill Training Activities such as making bags and brooches out of cloth that will later be made into saleable goods for the beneficiary families.Keywords: extension efforts, poverty, hope family program
      PubDate: 2023-01-25
      DOI: 10.24042/ijpmi.v15i2.14065
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • THE IMPACT OF LOCAL POTENTIAL-BASED COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT THROUGH THE
           TOURISM VILLAGE PROGRAM IN CIKOLELET VILLAGE, CINANGKA DISTRICT,
           SERANG-BANTEN REGENCY

    • Authors: Risdawati Risdawati, Tantan Hermansah
      Pages: 169 - 190
      Abstract: There are several ways to empower rural communities, one of which is through tourism. The community can benefit from their expertise in managing natural resources, such as processing coffee beans into ground coffee, which will become the village's trademark. The Cikolelet Tourism Village, located in Cinangka District, Serang Regency, Banten, is expected to alleviate poverty by reducing unemployment, inequity, and job creation. Furthermore, it has the potential to benefit coffee farmers and the surrounding community. The purpose of this study is to describe the Cikolelet Village Government's contribution to the local potential-based tourism village program and to analyze the impact of the tourism village program. The qualitative approach was used in this study, with data obtained through observation, interviews, and documentation studies. The research data sources are primary and secondary data sources, and the data analysis techniques are those proposed by Miles and Huberman. The study's findings indicate that the tourism village program needs to be implemented optimally. However, the tourism-supporting sector, specifically coffee production under the Cikopi brand, has achieved independence and is no longer dependent on the tourism village program. The community felt the impact of the public awareness always to protect the environment and capitalize on the local potential. Income is increasing, coffee productivity is rising, and the community can contribute adequately.Keywords: impact of community empowerment, tourism village, cikopi coffee
      PubDate: 2023-01-25
      DOI: 10.24042/ijpmi.v15i2.13079
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • OPTIMALISASI PEMANFAATAN DANA DESA MELALUI PENGEMBANGAN MASYARAKAT ISLAM
           DI KABUPATEN PRINGSEWU LAMPUNG

    • Authors: Mohammad Nasir, M. Bahri Ghazali, Fitri Yanti
      Pages: 191 - 212
      Abstract: This study aims to describe the management of activities in Pekon that utilize the potential of Natural Resources and Human Resources through the Village Fund Allocation (DDS) as outlined in the Pekon Revenue and Expenditure Budget (APBPekon) 2015 to 2020, which is managed independently by the community. Taking the background in Gadingrejo District, Pringsewu Regency, the subject in this study is the community in Gadingrejo District which consists of 23 Pekon with a population of 38,222 people using Purposive Sampling so that there are criteria in determining the sample. In this study, the author collects data through observation, interviews, and documentation. Actual data was collected using the descriptive analysis method. According to the study's findings, the village fund had a positive impact on the community, as evidenced by the collaboration between the government and the community in improving the development of village facilities and infrastructure such as the construction of roads, bridges, culverts, repairing village facilities by involving the community at all stages from planning to implementation to maintenance, and empowerment activities aimed at improving the econometric situation.Keywords: community empowerment, village fund, and community welfare
      PubDate: 2023-01-25
      DOI: 10.24042/ijpmi.v15i2.11331
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • STRATEGI PEMBERDAYAAN KORBAN PENYALAHGUNAAN NARKOBA DALAM MENUMBUHKAN
           KEMANDIRIAN DI WISMA ATARAXIS KABUPATEN LAMPUNG SELATAN

    • Authors: Abdul Rohman, MA. Achlami HS., M. Saifuddin
      Pages: 213 - 228
      Abstract: Victims of drug abuse face barriers to interaction because of the negative stigma in society, followed by a lack of optimism, a lack of ability to solve problems, a lack of self-confidence, and then drug abusers have negative self-concepts, tending to view themselves as pessimistic about competence. (1) What is the strategy for empowering victims of drug abuse in fostering independence at Wisma Ataraxis, South Lampung Regency' (2) How are efforts to empower drug abuse victims fostering independence at Wisma Ataraxis in South Lampung Regency' (3) How does Wisma Ataraxis, South Lampung Regency, contribute to empowering victims of drug abuse and fostering independence' Field research with a qualitative descriptive approach is used in this study. Field research with a qualitative descriptive approach is used in this study. Data derived from primary and secondary sources, with data collection techniques such as interview, observation, and documentation, as well as data analysis techniques such as data collection, data reduction, data presentation, and conclusions. According to the findings of this study, the empowerment process produces satisfactory results. Victims of drug abuse who are directly involved in the empowerment process benefit more. They believe the skills they have gained will be useful to them. It is also possible to reduce unemployment and increase economic income with this skill training.Keywords: empowerment, drug abuse victims, fostering independence
      PubDate: 2023-01-25
      DOI: 10.24042/ijpmi.v15i2.8781
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • IMPLIKASI HUKUM ADAT TERHADAP PEMBAGIAN WARISAN ANAK PEREMPUAN PERSPEKTIF
           HUKUM KELUARGA ISLAM

    • Authors: Liky Faizal, Efa Rodiah Nur
      Pages: 229 - 252
      Abstract: Lampung's indigenous peoples have a tribal culture divided into two large customary groups, namely the Saibatin and Pepadun indigenous peoples, and the majority of community members embrace Islam in terms of marital affairs, which will be passed down through the family. Indigenous peoples, in general, continue to follow the procedures outlined in their customary law. The purpose of this study is to examine the position of women in inheritance distribution in Lampung customary law in the districts of Way Kanan and Pesisir Barat through the lens of Islamic Family Law in Indonesia. This research is a field study that describes and describes the situation and phenomena that occurred in greater detail. This study investigated the role of women in inheritance distribution in depth. A qualitative descriptive research method is one in which only situations and events are described. This study does not seek or explain relationships, nor does it test hypotheses or make predictions; instead, it simply describes variables one by one. A purposive sample was used in this study. The following people participated in this study as informants: Key informants included four traditional leaders, four women who were heirs, and four indigenous people. Data was gathered through interviews, observations, and documentation, as well as primary and secondary sources. Data collection activities are carried out after the research has been completed or compiled. Data collection is one of the processes in research that can aid in the resolution of the problems being studied; thus, the data collected must be adequate. Data analysis begins with data collection and ends with data reduction, data presentation, and conclusions.Keywords: customary law, pepadun, sai batin 
      PubDate: 2023-01-25
      DOI: 10.24042/ijpmi.v15i2.14351
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 2 (2023)
       
  • STRATEGI PEMBERDAYAAN EKONOMI MASYARAKAT MELALUI BAITUL MAL WATTAMWIL
           (Studi Peran KSPPS BMT Al-Hikmah Bandar Lampung)

    • Authors: Masmuroh Masmuroh, Hasan Mukmin, Fitri Yanti
      Pages: 253 - 286
      Abstract: The purpose of this research is to discover how the Shari'a Savings and Loans Cooperative (KSPPS) BMT Pondok Pesantren Al-Hikmah Bandar Lampung implements the economic empowerment strategy and its implications for the community. This is a qualitative study that employs data collection techniques such as interviews and documentation. The author used eight customers as research subjects and two administrators from KSPPS BMT Al-Hikmah. In this qualitative study, data was analyzed before entering the field, while in the field, and after it was completed. In practice, however, data analysis is more focused during the data collection process in the field. The findings of this study indicate that the community economic empowerment strategy implemented was a success, as evidenced by the implementation of three excellent programs, namely empowerment, capacity, and empowerment. The findings indicate that KSPPS BMT Al- Hikmah Bandar Lampung is capable of increasing income and economic welfare, as well as the resilience of the members' families.Keywords: empowerment strategy, community economic development, and family resilience
      PubDate: 2023-01-25
      DOI: 10.24042/ijpmi.v15i2.15210
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 2 (2023)
       
 
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