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Perlawanan Harian Perempuan untuk Percepatan Kebijakan Tanah Objek Reforma Agraria (TORA) dan Perhutanan Sosial (PS) Kasmiati Kasmiati; Ganies Oktaviana
Jurnal Perempuan Vol. 27 No. 1 (2022): Women and Social Forestry
Publisher : Yayasan Jurnal Perempuan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.34309/jp.v27i1.655

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This paper analyzes the women’s everyday forms of resistance, in formal and informal spaces, to the acceleration of the Land Objects of Agrarian Reform (‘Tanah Objek Reforma Agraria’—TORA) and Social Forestry (SF) policies in Sigi Regency in Central Sulawesi. The women’s resistance is a broader manifestation of To-Kaili philosophy regarding the role of women as the center and base in maintaining harmony between God, humans, and nature, including in the management of agrarian resources (‘sumber-sumber agraria’—SSA). Women who are fighting for gender-based agrarian justice still encounter some obstacles, including limited awareness of genderbased agrarian justice and the challenge of the resistance not yet being dominant.
Perlawanan Harian Perempuan untuk Percepatan Kebijakan Tanah Objek Reforma Agraria (TORA) dan Perhutanan Sosial (PS) Kasmiati Kasmiati; Ganies Oktaviana
Jurnal Perempuan Vol. 27 No. 1 (2022): Women and Social Forestry
Publisher : Yayasan Jurnal Perempuan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.34309/jp.v27i1.655

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This paper analyzes the women’s everyday forms of resistance, in formal and informal spaces, to the acceleration of the Land Objects of Agrarian Reform (‘Tanah Objek Reforma Agraria’—TORA) and Social Forestry (SF) policies in Sigi Regency in Central Sulawesi. The women’s resistance is a broader manifestation of To-Kaili philosophy regarding the role of women as the center and base in maintaining harmony between God, humans, and nature, including in the management of agrarian resources (‘sumber-sumber agraria’—SSA). Women who are fighting for gender-based agrarian justice still encounter some obstacles, including limited awareness of genderbased agrarian justice and the challenge of the resistance not yet being dominant.
The strategy of provision of CPO raw material (case study: PT. Mamuang Pasangkayu North Mamuju Regency) Muhammad Ilham; Muhammad Arafat Abdullah; Kasmiati Kasmiati; Ikrar Taruna Syah
Anjoro: International Journal of Agriculture and Business Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Anjoro
Publisher : Agribusiness Department, Agriculture and Forestry Faculty, Universitas Sulawesi Barat, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (186.148 KB) | DOI: 10.31605/anjoro.v1i1.644

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Continuity of the production process in a company will be influenced by various factors, including: capital, technology, supplies of raw materials, finished goods and labor supply. Inventory as elements of working capital is an asset that is always in a state of spinning. Supplies are also elements of seamless assets that are always considered liquid compared with other asset elements such as cash, Receivables, and marketable securities. Adequate supply of raw materials can accelerate the production process. So that the resulting finished goods can assure the effectiveness of marketing activities. PT. Mamuang Pasangkayu (North Mamuju Regency) as one of palm oil plantation management under the PT Astra Indonesia. Oil Palm Factory owned by PT Mamuang is one unit where MCC Mamuang currently acquires supplies from its core gardens and plasma gardens. PT Mamuang Pasangkayu was established in June 2006 and produced CPO/crude palm oil and PK/palm kernel. At the beginning of the factory, raw materials were obtained from several CV and Pasangkayu PTP Garden. Pt. Mamuang Pasangkayu still has constraints in its business that the production of a garden they have not enough to fulfill the needs of the factory while the supply from other gardens is not much because of the new rejuvenation process. In addition to the supply of FFB (fresh fruit bunch) acquired, since September 2007 is no longer brought to the furnace RIMDU because of consideration of large transportation costs. Moreover, changes in the CPO price in the world market also affect the number of demand and supply. Fluctuations in CPO prices affect the manufacturing process. This will also affect the amount of production produced. Price increases and price declines require rapid anticipation so that the company can adapt to the changes that occur.
The mandarese gastronomy: Preference and opportunities for food diversification on the dining table of young generations Kasmiati Kasmiati; Ikawati Karim; Faradilah Farid Karim
Anjoro: International Journal of Agriculture and Business Vol 3 No 1 (2022): Anjoro
Publisher : Agribusiness Department, Agriculture and Forestry Faculty, Universitas Sulawesi Barat, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31605/anjoro.v3i1.1474

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The circulation of global food, especially fast food like sausages, nuggets, fried chicken such as KFC, and other instant food, has been circulating into rural areas. Many estimated younger generation's preferences would change under these conditions. Because of that, we were conducted research in the Tinambung, Polewali Mandar District, West Sulawesi Province, from May to August 2021 to understand the young preferences for food. The research found that the Millennial, Z, and Alpha generations of Mandarese still have a good preference for their local gastronomy. The types of the Mandarese food on this study are Baupiapi, Jepa, Bubur Tarreang, Loka Anjoroi, and Binte. Those are made from local raw materials such as cassava, banana, coconut, fish, millet, and corn. These agricultural and local raw materials can be the basis for developing more diverse food for the daily consumption of the youth. The young generation's preferences are essential because their population is enormous. It means their food preference will affect the food system. It can also be a factor in determining a future food diversification policy and self-sufficiency of the Mandarese. Currently, the highest preference of the young generation in Polewali Mandar still tends to like and choose Mandar gastronomy compared with global foods. It shows that local foods are still in line with the youth's preferences but need to develop as an essential part of their daily consumption. Their preferences for local gastronomy are still facing challenges; it will be more diverse or even the other way around because of the hegemony of the global food trend.