INDIKATOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI TINGKAT KETAHANAN PANGAN DI KABUPATEN BUNGO PROVINSI JAMBI

JURNAL GALUNG TROPIKA

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Title INDIKATOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI TINGKAT KETAHANAN PANGAN DI KABUPATEN BUNGO PROVINSI JAMBI
Indikator yang Mempengaruhi Tingkat Ketahanan Pangan di Kabupaten Bungo Provinsi Jambi
 
Creator Fikriman, F; Universitas Muara Bungo
Hermawanto, Candra; Universitas Muara Bungo
Is, Asnawati; Universitas Muara Bungo
 
Subject

Agribisnis; Pangan
indicator ratio; food security index; health workers; level of education
 
Description The purpose of this study is to know the value of the indicator of food security levels, to assess food security levels, and to understand the indicators that most affect food security levels in the bungo county of the jambi province. The basic method for this study is the institutional survey of taking secondary data to agencies in order to know the food security index.For data analysis using multiple liniear analysis. The accuracy of the model is tested using statistical tests, namely the t-test, F-count and coefficient of determination adjusted for R-sq. Studies indicate that there are 3 unequal indicators for food security: households with a proportion of 65% spending in their total coin income is quite poor (21.42%), women's education over 15 years of age (10%) and the health-care ratio of people to very low population densities (2.75). And the other 6 variables that have been consistent with the country's high surplus ratio of consumption to food production (0.038), people who live below the world's poverty line are resilient enough (10.11%), people with no access to electricity with extreme resistance (4.25%),Residents with no access to clean water in highly resistant conditions (39.39%), highly resilient predatives (18.24%) and highly resilient life expectancy at birth (99.74%).The food safety index in the bungo district is in a very resilient state with an index of 0.06. The indicator that particularly affects food security levels is the ratio per health-care to population density.
This study aims to determine the value of the indicator ratio of the level of food security, to analyze the level of food security, and to determine the indicators that most influence the level of food security in Bungo District, Jambi Province. The basic method in this study is an institutional survey in the form of secondary data collection to agencies to determine the food security index. For data analysis using multiple linear analysis. The results showed that there are 3 indicators that are not suitable for food security, namely households with a proportion of expenditure of 65% of total income whose condition is quite bad (21.42%), education of women over 15 years of age with low conditions (10.14%) and the ratio of health workers to population density in very low conditions (2.75). The other 6 variable conditions are in accordance with the level of food security, namely the ratio of normative consumption to food production with a high surplus condition (0.038), the population living below the poverty line with sufficiently resistant conditions (10.11%), the population without access to electricity with very resistant conditions ( 4.25%), people without access to clean water with very resistant conditions (39.39%), children under five with very resistant stunting (18.24%) and life expectancy at birth with very resistant conditions (99.74%). The food security index in Bungo Regency is included in a very food resistant condition with an index of (0.06). The indicator that most influences the level of food security is the ratio per health worker to population density.
 
Publisher Fapetrik-UMPAR
 
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Date 2020-12-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion

 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://jurnalpertanianumpar.com/index.php/jgt/article/view/758
10.31850/jgt.v9i3.758
 
Source JURNAL GALUNG TROPIKA; Vol 9, No 3 (2020); 348 - 355
JURNAL GALUNG TROPIKA; Vol 9, No 3 (2020); 348 - 355
2407-6279
2302-4178
10.31850/jgt.v9i3
 
Language ind
 
Relation http://jurnalpertanianumpar.com/index.php/jgt/article/view/758/pdf_108
 
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