Model of the Rastra Program in the Context of the Pre-prosperous Society's Social Protection in Kendal, Gerih and Kwadungan Districts, Ngawi Regency

Agus Wiyaka, Endang Murti


Poverty is a problem of human life that has been global and until now is still a global issue. In addition to being latent and actual, poverty is a socio-economic disease of society that is not only experienced by developing countries but also developed countries. Poverty reduction must be a mandatory agenda for the government and it is expected that the role of the community in handling poverty problems is very necessary, especially in providing input and carrying out strategic planning to be used as a development policy. The Rastra Program Policy is part of the National Food Security System, which is implemented in a series of efforts to achieve food independence and sovereignty. Because food is one of human rights and as a strategic commodity that is protected by the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia. The Indonesian government gives great priority to the national food security policy. The results of the research are: 1) Implementation of the Rice Program for the Prosperous Society (Rastra). The village / kelurahan government in the proposed list of RTS-PM names must be based on BPS data, however, if there are names of RTS-PM BPS data that are considered not in accordance with the real conditions in the village / kelurahan, village / kelurahan meetings can be conducted to verify the data of the RTS-PM recipient.2) Evaluation of Rice Program Implementation for the Prosperous Society (Rastra) From the results of the evaluation of the implementation of the prosperous rice program in 3 (three) subdistricts, Ngawi Regency shows that most RTS-PM expect an increase in the number of distribution the literature he received, in order to meet the need for rice food for one month and this program was not only to ease the burden on the RTS-PM family but to encourage the stability of the price of rice on the market, so that society in general did not arise social upheaval.3) Resistance factors in the program Rastra.a) Factor level of public trust in the Proposal of RTS-PM list. Must recognize that the level of trust in government institutions in Indonesia is not yet in the ideal stage. The public tends to only trust government policies if they are profitable or neutral in the sense that they do not harm their interests.

Keywords: literature, social protection and poverty alleviation

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