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IOP Conference Series Earth and Environmental Science ; 1153(1):012042, 2023.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-20236788


The cause of rural changes, in terms of demographic, technological developments, climate changes, and the Covid-19 pandemic potential to cause vulnerabilities, especially for women as individuals in household members. These must be responded with livelihood resilience by involving the women's role to contribute in the agricultural and non-agricultural sectors. This study aims to (1) describe the vulnerabilities of farmers' households and (2) analyze women's role in household resilience through the use of livelihood assets during the Covid-19 pandemic. This research was conducted in Gubugklakah village, Malang regency as a tourist village affected by the closure of TNBTS tourist visits due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This research used the simple random sampling technique, with total sample of 64 women farmers. Data were analyzed using WarpPLS software. The results showed that farmers' households experienced several vulnerabilities by that the households' livelihood assets: natural, physic, human, social and financial capital can be optimized to achieve a degree of resilience. The women's role in resilience efforts is as the core of the household, because all financial cycles involve housewives' role, such as reducing consumption expenditures, selling jewelry assets, taking savings, involving in farm worker, and others.

AIP Conference Proceedings ; 2586, 2023.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-2241450


The COVID-19 pandemic, which has been running for more than a year, has become a global shock. Many sectors are affected, including tourism. The tourism community becomes a vulnerable group when the tourism closure rules are enforced. One of their efforts to remain resilient during the covid pandemic is to optimize the agricultural resources they have. The objectives of this study are: (1) Identifying groups of tourism actors who are vulnerable due to the COVID-19 pandemic and (2) Analyzing agriculture-based resilience strategies carried out by the community in order to be able to withstand economic shocks. This research uses a qualitative approach with a case study research design. The research location is in the village of Gubugklakah as one of the buffer villages in the Bromo Tengger Semeru area. Data was collected by means of in-depth interviews with research informants who are tourism actors. Data analysis uses the interactive model of Miles and Huberman. Meanwhile, the validity of the data is done by triangulation of sources and methods. The results of the study show that many tourism actors are vulnerable during the covid pandemic, namely: homestay managers, transportation service managers (jeeps), tour guides, culinary entrepreneurs, citrus picking agrotourism farmers, and so on. The strategy used by the tourism community in dealing with the pandemic is to re-manage agriculture. This is because before becoming a tourist village, the community relied on the agricultural sector, especially horticulture. Land management is carried out not only on private land, but also on Perhutani land (Komplangan) so as to increase their productivity. In addition, the culture of the local community which is still strong with the nature of mutual cooperation is able to help each other to face the crisis together. © 2023 American Institute of Physics Inc.. All rights reserved.

Webology ; 18(Special Issue):401-425, 2021.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1538878


Since the covid-19 outbreak lurks throughout the world economy is no exception to the Indonesian agricultural sector. Small farmers began to have difficulty in marketing the products grown, emerging agricultural startup institutions that utilize technology to maintain farmers’ economic sustainability. Agricultural startups in Indonesia have not been able to have a model that strengthens actors in it;the actor is a reformer agent. in this study, we wanted to create a new model in strengthening reforming agents at agricultural startups. We surveyed two different ways: (a) meet directly with respondents and use health protocols who can be found;and (c) by charging via online Google form to respondents who cannot be found. In total, we conducted 144 surveys out of the actors we initially identified as relevant. The study reveals to know variable support of internal factors, external factors, and the role of reforming agents have a real and positive effect on strengthening the institutional capacity of agricultural startups in the agricultural industry 4.0 era. The model of strengthening the role of reforming agents in startups in the agricultural industry 4.0 era is necessary for looking at the state of startups, internal and external factors of reforming agents, the role of reforming agents, and their influence on strengthening capacity occurring in startups to produce strategies in strengthening agent of change. The findings will guide the agriculture startup in achieving its vision of creating the perfect strategy for agent of change. © 2021