The Attempt of Local Government in Achieving Food Self-Sufficiency A Study in the District of Malinau, East Kalimantan

Ernes Silvanus, Suhadak ., Sarwono ., A. Margono


Food self-sufficiency is the ability of the state and the nation in producing a wide range of food to ensure domestic food needs are quite up to the level of the individual to harness the potential of natural resources, human, social, economic, and local wisdom with dignity.

This study aims to present an analysis and interpretation of the agricultural policy, in Malinau associated with (1) food security, (2) the consequences of agricultural policies related to food security and consistency of the policies that have been formulated, (3) critical factors performance of policies that support agriculture, and (4) conduct a critical analysis and a comprehensive review of agricultural policies related to food security and well-being of people who have been executed. Using qualitative research methods with qualitative descriptive research. Where the final outcome of research is that the need for policy changes related to food security agriculture, ie changes in the Food Security Improvement Program to make changes to (a) social goals (Socials goal), (b) the target system (destination system), (c) the target output (target output). Scenario where the role of technology in achieving the target of food self-sufficiency as an alternative solution to increase the productivity of farmers core.

Keywords: self-sufficiency, food, local government

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