Bringing a GSCA model into costal restoration for community groups of supervisors management in coastal East Java Province in Indonesia

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Bringing a GSCA model into costal restoration for community groups of supervisors management in coastal East Java Province in Indonesia

Rudianto, Dewi Nur Qomariyah
J. Bio. Env. Sci.12( 6), 147-159, June 2018.
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The fishery sector in Indonesia contributes substantially to the domestic product reaching nine percent by the end of 2017. This success is followed by one of 35 provinces in Indonesia is East Java province. The contribution of East Java province’s fishery sector to Gross Regional Domestic Product of East Java reached IDR 41.89 trillion or 2.48 percent with economic growth reaching 5.58 percent. However, this achievement will be threatened in the future, if the mangrove forest damaged covering 13,000 ha of the 85,000 ha is not restore properly. To overcome this damage, the Government of Indonesia has encouraged the formation of Groups of Supervisory Society. It is expected to contribute optimally to the implementation of coastal restoration in East Java province. Therefore, the sample location is taken a case study in the Lembung village, in Pamek as a regency. The purpose of this study is to find out how optimal the role of the Groups of Supervisory Society for coastal restoration. The method used is Generalized Structured Component Analysis (GSCA). The advantage of GSCA is that it can be used on recursive and non recursive structural models with reflexive or normative indicator models. The results of this study indicate that the Groups of Supervisory Society needs to improve the institutional capacity to be able to provide awareness to the community about the importance of mangrove restoration including the ability to arrange restoration program and various activities to prevent the destruction of mangrove forest and increase fishery production.


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