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Volume 86, 2020ICORE 2019 – The International Conference on Rural Development and Entrepreneurship
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Initial Implementation of Productive Migrant Village (PMV) Programs in Banyumas Central Java Indonesia
Sociology Department, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Jenderal Soedirman University, Purwokerto, Indonesia.
2. International Relation Department, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Jenderal Soedirman University, Purwokerto, Indonesia.
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Since 2017 Banyumas Regency has received a program from the Ministry of Manpower and Cooperatives to become a pilot program for productive migrant village programs. The village that was used as a pilot was Cihonje village, Gumelar district and Losari village, Rawalo district. The program has been determined that is to realize the four productive migrant village pillars which include; 1). Providing migration information and services, 2). Developing productive business, 3). Facilitate the establishment of community care and growth (community parenting), 4). Facilitating the establishment and development of cooperatives/financial institutions. The four programs have been strived to run quickly by the two pilot villages, with various tools being formed from personnel, software, and hardware. The implementation of productive migrant village program in Banyumas Regency is still not implemented on the four pillars. Productive business programs are the most desirable programs by both villages in implementing productive migrant village. On the contrary, cooperative formation programs are programs that have not been carried out. The information-giving program also includes programs that are not going well because there is resistance to the interests of private employment agencies that have been sending Indonesia migrant worker (IMW) so far. Community parenting programs are also classified as programs that are still not optimal because they do not involve the community as caregivers of IMW’s children. The positive expectations from the Cihonje village community and Losari village are also the initial capital for the success of the productive migrant village program. However, the success of the productive migrant village program remains with the government because this program is a top-down planning program. For that sustainability must be done if the program does not want to be just a memorable program as other projects over the years.
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