International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development

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Developing Potentials in Exploring Sustainable Livelihood Capitals to Support Community Life Towards Sheep Farming Center in Ngawonggo Village, Tajinan, Malang Regency

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Published Issue : Volume-4 Issue-1
Year of Publication : 2021
Unique Identification Number : IJSRED-V4I1P98
Authors :Putri Rachmawati Septiatama, Siti Azizah, Umi Wisapti Ningsih Suwandi
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Abstract :

Sustainable livelihood places the community at the center of planning. The planning process is affected by social conditions, political environment, existing human problems, financial situation, and natural resources. This study was conducted in Ngawonggo Village, Tajinan District, Malang Regency, from November to December 2020. This study was carried out qualitatively and quantitatively to obtain an overview of the community’s livelihood factors and potential livelihood capitals of the community. Qualitative data collection was intended to enrich the findings. The results of the qualitative data were in the form of written words from the respondents and behaviors that needed to be observed. The data collection was with the help of selected key informants using the snowball sampling method. The key informants involved were 5 people, consisted of: the head of the Islamic boarding school, the informal head of the sheep breeder and the livestock group consisting of 3 breeders. The results showed that the level of sustainable livelihood in the asset pentagon in the community of Ngawonggo Village provided a big effect and potential opportunities that can develop and improve the welfare of the community through a sustainable relationship to natural, physical, financial, human, and social resources. The highest power of access to resources was on the natural resource capital of 3.27 and the lowest was on the social capital of 1.57.