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A Study on Empowerment Partner Model in Fishing Community in City of Bengkulu, Sumatra, Indonesia

A Study on Empowerment Partner Model in  Fishing Community in City of Bengkulu,  Sumatra, Indonesia

Syafrudin Abu Bakar, Sahri Muhammad, Maryunani and Nuhfil Hanani

Abstract

Proper utilization of resources plays an important role in improving life standard of a community. We have studied  the influence of the characteristics of the fishing capitals for the  successful of partnership model of a fishing community empowerment in the City of Bengkulu. We conducted interviews  to 170 respondents comprising of general coastal  and  fishing  communities. The data was analyzed using SEM (Structural  Equation Modeling) with AMOS version 4.01. The results show  the capital characteristics influencing the  fishing community  life  are (in sequence from the highest): human capital (1.028); marine  resource capital (1.027), microfinance institutions (1.007);  institutional access (1.000); facilities and infrastructure (0.999);  economy (0.998); culture (0.859) and social (0.682). We found  that the capital characteristics of the fishing community have a  positive influence on the successful model of a fishing community  empowerment partnership in the City of Bengkulu. download full teks

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