Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : poverty reduction


STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL APPROACHES TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SOCIAL SECTOR: REFORM AND PROSPECTS

Nosirov Rashod Adilovich; Yuldashev Bakhtiyar Ergashevich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 1388-1395

This article is devoted to the development of the social sphere, which is an important sector of society, and comments on the reforms implemented in Uzbekistan in this area and their results. The article analyzes the results of measures to effectively address the most important tasks of public social policy in the current complex situation and the scale of problems in the field on the basis of statistical data. As a result of the reforms, changes in the living standards of the population, income and unemployment issues, measures to eliminate them, poverty reduction and the work done in the social protection system were also highlighted. At the same time, issues related to education and upbringing, the development of science are presented. The institutional framework for quarantine measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection during the COVID-19 pandemic and reforms to support the population are outlined. In addition, strengthening the family, mechanisms for resolving family conflicts, protection of the rights of women and children, the results of health care reforms, as well as cases of requests for medical care and medication by the elderly and people with disabilities, education and upbringing and consistent reforms in the development of science have been considered on the basis of a structural approach.

INTEGRATED PROGRAM FOR POVERTY REDUCTION IN KEDIRI

Indasah .; Prima Dewi K; Devy Putri Nursanti; Eri Puji Kumalasari; Nurdina .; Siti Farida; Herry Krismono

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 904-921

Kediri is one of the cities in Indonesia which has a high poverty rate. This study aims to design an integrated program in poverty reduction in Kediri City, the percentage of poor people in Kediri City in 2018 was 7.68 percent, a decrease of 0.81 percent compared to conditions in 2017, namely 8.49 percent, This percentage is still better because it is below the achievements of the Province of East Java and the national level. There have been many poverty reduction programs implemented by the Kediri municipal government. However, the program is still ineffective because: 1) there is no coordination between agencies in running the program, and 2) the program does not reflect the needs of the poor to live properly in urban areas. The research used qualitative methods and was carried out in agencies related to poverty alleviation programs in Kediri City, namely the Research and Development Planning Agency (Barenlitbang), Bapemas and KB, the Cooperative and UMKM Office, Disperindag, Health Office, Manpower Office, Office Social, Education Officer, and Transportation Service. The data collection technique was carried out in 3 ways, namely observation, interviews, and documentation. The results of this study indicate that there are eight priority needs of the poor, namely (1) education, (2) social welfare, (3) health, (4) infrastructure and infrastructure, (5) food security, and (6) the environment. Of the eight priority needs of the poor, it is found that an integrated poverty reduction program design requires good coordination among related agencies

Integrated Program For Poverty Reduction In Kediri

Indasah, Prima Dewi K; Devy Putri Nursanti; Eri Puji Kumalasari; Nurdina .; Siti Farida; Herry Krismono

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 4592-4610

Kediri is one of the cities in Indonesia which has a high poverty rate. This study aims to design an integrated program in poverty reduction in Kediri City, the percentage of poor people in Kediri City in 2018 was 7.68 percent, a decrease of 0.81 percent compared to conditions in 2017, namely 8.49 percent, This percentage is still better because it is below the achievements of the Province of East Java and the national level. There have been many poverty reduction programs implemented by the Kediri municipal government. However, the program is still ineffective because: 1) there is no coordination between agencies in running the program, and 2) the program does not reflect the needs of the poor to live properly in urban areas. The research used qualitative methods and was carried out in agencies related to poverty alleviation programs in Kediri City, namely the Research and Development Planning Agency (Barenlitbang), Bapemas and KB, the Cooperative and UMKM Office, Disperindag, Health Office, Manpower Office, Office Social, Education Officer, and Transportation Service. The data collection technique was carried out in 3 ways, namely observation, interviews, and documentation. The results of this study indicate that there are eight priority needs of the poor, namely (1) education, (2) social welfare, (3) health, (4) infrastructure and infrastructure, (5) food security, and (6) the environment. Of the eight priority needs of the poor, it is found that an integrated poverty reduction program design requires good coordination among related agencies.