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Analysis Of Sustainable Health Development In Indonesia (Sustainable Development Goal's) Fadhlurrohman, Mochammad Iqbal; Purnomo, Eko Priyo; Malawani, Ajree Ducol
Jurnal Kesehatan Lingkungan Indonesia Vol 19, No 2 (2020): Oktober 2020
Publisher : Master Program of Environmental Health, Faculty of Public Health, Diponegoro University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/jkli.19.2.133-143

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Latar Belakang: Pengembangan kesehatan berkelanjutan adalah proses untuk memberikan hak atas kehidupan yang sehat yang harus diperoleh oleh masyarakat yang berguna untuk memperoleh kesejahteraan bagi masyarakat dalam menjalankan kehidupan yang sehat. Konsep pendekatan dalam upaya menangani kesehatan populasi mengalami banyak perubahan sejalan dengan pemahaman dan pengetahuan kita tentang bagaimana masyarakat hidup dan menghormati bahwa kesehatan adalah "Sumber Daya Manusia" yang bernilai sangat besar. Dan tujuan dari penelitian ini yaitu untuk melihat bagaimana faktor yang mempangaruhi dalam melakukan pembangunan kesehatan berkelanjutan.Metode: Metode penelitian yang digunakan adalah penelitian deskriptif yaitu melihat hasil penelitian sebelumnya dan selanjutnya dikembangkan kembali. Teknik pengumpulan data studi literatur ini dari beberapa buku, surat kabar, jurnal, catatan, undang-undang dan media informasi lainnya yang relevan dengan masalah yang diteliti dan observasi, termasuk observasi langsung baik pada subjek yang diteliti maupun wawancara.Hasil: Pemerintah belum mampu menangani masalah yang akan dihadapi terkait kesehatan karena dalam penanganan pemerintah yang masih kurang dikarena banyak kekurangan seperti alat kesehatan dan juga peraturan/regulasi terkait pembangunan kesehatan berkelanjutan yang belum dapat dikatakan efisien pada pertumbuhan kesehatan atau pembangunan kesehatan yang merupakan tujuan pembangunan berkelanjutan atauSubtanable Development Goal’s(SDG’s).Kesimpulan: Peran dari pemerintah dari tahun ke tahun belum dapat bisa melihat adanya kemajuan dalam mengatasi masalah yang harus diantisipasi sebelum masalah terjadi baik dalam kematian ibu, kekurangan gizi untuk anak-anak dan wanita hamil, dan lain-lain. Yang dimana diharapkan dapat memberikan solusi terhadap permasalahan dari kesehatan. ABSTRACT Title: Analysis of Sustainable Health Development in Indonesia (Sustainable Development Goal's).Background: Sustainable health development is a process to provide the right to a healthy life that must be obtained by the community that is useful for obtaining welfare for the community in running a healthy life. The concept of approach in the effort to handle the health of the population underwent many changes in line with our understanding and knowledge of how a society lives and respects that health is a "Human Capital" of enormous value. Method: The research method used is a descriptive study that is looking at the results of previous studies and further developed again. This literature study data collection technique from several books, newspapers, journals, notes, laws and other information media that are relevant to the problem under study and observation, including direct observation both on the subject under study and interview. Results: The government has not been able to handle the problems that will be faced related to health because in managing the government which is still lacking due to many deficiencies such as medical devices and also regulations/regulations related to sustainable health development that cannot be said to be efficient in health growth or health development which is a goal of sustainable development or Sustainable Development Goal's (SDG's).Conclusion: The role of government from year to year has not been able to see any progress in overcoming problems that must be anticipated before problems occur both in maternal deaths, malnutrition for children and pregnant women, and others. Which is expected to provide solutions to problems from health.
Strategy of KUBE FM Kuncara Lamb in Maintaining Solidarity and Group Business in The Industrial Revolution Era 4.0 Pujiartini, Pujiartini; Purnomo, Eko Priyo; Malawani, Ajree Ducol
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan: Kajian Masalah Ekonomi dan Pembangunan Vol 21, No 2 (2020): JEP 2020
Publisher : Muhammadiyah University Press

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/jep.v21i2.10829

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Poverty has been one of the problems that are common among countries. If the government does not want debt to be more acute, then the government must place poverty alleviation as a priority. In making a poverty alleviation program, the government must consider the causes of poverty in an area. It will have different results when the application is implemented following the target program that is not on target. The empowerment of the poor through KUBE-FM is possible for the level of success. However, the failure rate to maintain group member solidarity is still high. Then the next challenge that must be faced by this KUBE group is industrial revolution 4.0, where all have implemented an automation system in production and advertising that uses the internet, such as internet media in marketing. In this  study,  the  authors  used  an  explorative  qualitative  method  to  find  out  the  KUBE-FM  Kuncara Lamb  strategy  in  maintaining  group  and  business  solidarity  in  the  Industrial  Revolution  4.0  era. The author uses miles and Huberman’s concept to analyze the data, namely, reduction, display, and concluding. KUBE-FM strategy, Kuncara Lamb, maintains group solidarity, namely: managing group dynamics that members can be an example for everyone, transparency in the budget, and maintain honesty. In facing the era of automation and the internet of things, KUBE-FM Kuncara Lamb only relies on person-to-person advertising through friendship and seminars and hard work.
Cash For Work? Extreme Poverty Solutions Based on Sustainable Development Effendi, Ghina Nabilah; Purnomo, Eko Priyo; Malawani, Ajree Ducol
JEJAK: Jurnal Ekonomi dan Kebijakan Vol 13, No 2 (2020): September 2020
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jejak.v13i2.25448

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This article discusses how cash for work and the goals of sustainable development as solutions to extreme poverty. Lack of employment in villages is a factor in poverty in Indonesia. The cash for work program is an innovation of the central government and village government with village funds to provide productive activities to reduce poverty, and as a commitment of Indonesia to implement global goals, namely sustainable development goals. The research was conducted in the Village of Mekar Sari Ness, Village that implemented the program and faced challenges of poverty and unemployment. This study uses qualitative methods with descriptive statistical analysis using Nvivo12 plus data processing applications and using crosstab analysis. Sources of data obtained through government websites and application services, report documents, and journalism-related to the matter to be examined. This research concludes program cash for work can increase income per capita following SDGs standards, can open employment opportunities, especially for the rural poor and have a significant impact on optimizing village funds. Challenges going forward are managing village funds that must be in line with Ministry regulations, recruitment of workers and skills aimed at the poor and marginalized, as well as timeliness in implementing programs.
Education Budget Politics: Is It Pro-Disabilities? Case of Yogyakarta Municipality, Indonesia Rahmat, Al Fauzi; Purnomo, Eko Priyo; Mutiarin, Dyah; Malawani, Ajree Ducol
IJDS:INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF DISABILITY STUDIES Vol 7, No 2 (2020)
Publisher : Pusat Studi dan Layanan Disabilitas Universitas Brawijaya (PSLD UB)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (529.901 KB) | DOI: 10.21776/ub.ijds.2020.007.02.15

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This article aims to examine the education budget policy allocated for inclusive education programs, wherein providing a budget is highlights. In this context, Yogyakarta City government is submit because of its embracement unto inclusive budget post for education. This paper used a qualitative approach with document-analysis method to analyze the inclusive education budgets from 2017 to 2019. The research findings are; first, the budget allocation for inclusive education is considering to be minimal when compared to other program budget posts. In 2017, budget allocation was only 1.02%, in 2018 amounted to 1.05%, and in 2019 1.19% of six programs set out in the educational development program objectives. Second, a critical review of the budget and realization of 2017 to 2019 inclusive education program has found to be not optimal absorbed as desired achievement targets. Even so, the evaluation of budget absorption includes in the high category on performance appraisal. Third, the number of inclusive schools and the percentage of teachers according to qualifications from 2017 to 2019 has been increasing. Fourth, the budget for the education development program in 2017 to 2019 has declined. Nevertheless, more importantly, the budget heading for inclusive management education in 2017 and 2019 has increased. Therefore, this has proven that the Yogyakarta City government has committed to realize inclusive education and deserves to establish as a region that cares about inclusive education.