Arif Wahyu Widada, Arif Wahyu
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Agro Ekonomi Vol 26, No 2 (2015): DESEMBER 2015
Publisher : Department of Agricultural Socio-Economics Faculty of Agriculture Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Food security and food self-sufficiency at household level are much determined by their farm production. Meanwhile, some areas considered as the marginal area are constrained by limited support of natural resources. Thus, many households lived in marginal area will face food insecurity. This study aimed to understand the households’ food security level, both measured by using the Energy Sufficiency Score (AKE) and the Food Expenditure Share (PPP). Furthermore, this study also tries to identify the food self-sufficiency level among rural marginal household in Bojonegoro Regency. The result of study shows that there is a wide disparity among rural household in the food/energy intake, this is shown by the average level of food/energy intake level that is considered high (87%), meanwhile there is 53% of the households categorized as the food insecure household. Based on the Food Expenditure Share level, most of the households are categorized as food secure households. The food self-sufficiency, particularly rice, have been attained.
Determinant Factors of Food Security in Indonesia Widada, Arif Wahyu; Masyhuri, Masyhuri; Mulyo, Jangkung Handoyo
Agro Ekonomi Vol 28, No 2 (2017): DESEMBER 2017
Publisher : Department of Agricultural Socio-Economics Faculty of Agriculture Universitas Gadjah Mada

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All countries around the world are dealing the same problem in assuring the sufficiency of food for feeding their people. Indonesia is the biggest agrarian state in South East Asia and the fourth largest state in the world. The challenge faced by Indonesia with a large population is on how food meets the needs of its population, which until now Indonesia has not been able to guarantee the fulfillment of food supply for its population. This study aims to analyze the influence of determinant factors toward Indonesian food security. Binary Logit Model was employed to analyze determinant factors of Indonesian food security. Jonsson and Toole criterion of food security was used to identify Indonesian food security status as dependent variable. This research found that land area, rice production, corn production, soybean production, chicken meat production, beef production, the population density the CPI (Customer Price Index) including the CPI for housing, electricity and gas, the CPI for health, the CPI for transportation and financial services, and FIMI (Food Insecurity Multidimensional Index) have significant influences towards the level of food security in Indonesia. It means that food security could be achieved by not only improving the quantity and quality of consumption, but also improving food supply, the ability to access economically and the stability.
TATA NIAGA GULA RAFINASI DI PROVINSI DAERAH ISTIMEWA YOGYAKARTA Nugroho, Agus Dwi; Raya, Alia Bihrajihant; Penggalih, Paksi Mei; Puspita, Sylvatra; Widada, Arif Wahyu; Chasanah, Nur; Nugroho, Wahyu Azis; Siregar, Abi Pratiwa
Agritech: Jurnal Fakultas Pertanian Universitas Muhammadiyah Purwokerto Vol 21, No 1 (2019): AGRITECH
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Purwokerto

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30595/agritech.v21i1.4132


The distribution of refined sugar (RS) for small and medium industries (SMI) of the food has suffered a lot of misappropriation. To overcome it, the government will implement the auction system. The purposes of this research are 1) to identify conditions and problems the distribution of RS for SMI of food; 2) to know the readiness of SMI of food in facing RS auction system; and 3) to provide recommendations for improvement of the RS auction system. This research was conducted in Yogyakarta Province on November 2017. Research respondents are Industry and Trade Offices in DIY, food association, SMI of food and RS distributors. The problems in the distribution of RS are SMI didn’t know about the rules of RS distribution, the distribution of RS is not according to government regulations and the food association was unable to accommodate the trade of RS. SMI hasn’t been able to participate in the auction system so it needs 1) the government conducts of socialization and supervision of the RS trading system; 2) SMI establishes business units and obtain capital facilitations and 3) the government gives authorizes for BULOG to distribute RS.