Social Impact Analysis of Poverty Reduction Program in Education Field at Poverty Reduction of Integrated Service Units (UPTPK) on Sragen Regency
Titik Djumiarti, Dewi Rostyaningsih, Slamet Santosa
Available Online October 2019.
- poverty; SDG; poverty reduction; UPTPK
- Poverty is a problem that must be resolved because No Poverty is the first goal of the SDG's. Poverty reduction is also a mandate from the 1945 Constitution article 34 paragraph (1). Seeing the importance of poverty reduction, the Sragen Regency government initiated an innovation by forming a Poverty Reduction of Integrated Service Unit (UPTPK). One part of the benchmark is human capability which is identical with education, so to see the extent to which the impact of education programs on poverty reduction carried out by UPTPK has a positive impact on the community, it is very important to carry out the research. The method used in this research is the descriptive qualitative method, with data collection techniques through interviews, observation, and documentation. Analyzing the impact of education programs on the poverty alleviation is identified based on the way Poverty Impact Analysis (PIA) works, the ideas of Vadels and Bamberge that see the impact of education programs on the poverty reduction from skills, attitudes, control over own life, and impact of own income. The poverty reduction program in the education sector consists of 4 programs namely 1) Giving Outstanding Student Scholarships from Poor Families; 2) PPA-PKH Recommendation; 3) Recommendation of Non-Formal Education Costs; and 4) Recommendations for Poor Student Education Costs. The education program provided has a positive impact on program recipients. In terms of behavior and attitudes, it has been able to bring significant changes from recipients of the program, one of which is seen from the increase in the pure enrollment rate (APM), but for control over own life and impact of own income is still not optimal. There are still obstacles to the implementation of UPTPK, including the lack of establishment of UPTPK as a formal institution, the lack of continuity of the program because there has been no sustainability evaluation and the absence of training that is able to guarantee participants, especially the apprenticeship program
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TY - CONF AU - Titik Djumiarti AU - Dewi Rostyaningsih AU - Slamet Santosa PY - 2019/10 DA - 2019/10 TI - Social Impact Analysis of Poverty Reduction Program in Education Field at Poverty Reduction of Integrated Service Units (UPTPK) on Sragen Regency BT - 3rd International Conference on Indonesian Social & Political Enquiries (ICISPE 2018) PB - Atlantis Press UR - https://www.atlantis-press.com/article/125922586 ID - Djumiarti2019/10 ER -