Rujiah, Rujiah and Azhar, Ali and Apriyanto, Mulono and Fikri, KMS. Novyar Satriawan and Marlina, Marlina (2021) PEREMPUAN DALAM PERIKANAN DAN AKUAKULTUR DI KABUPATEN INDRAGIRI HILIR RIAU. Selodang Mayang.

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In terms of participation excellence, the fisheries sector of Indragiri Hilir Regency is gender biased. Pia dominates the scene, will hold leading positions such as ownership, control, and access to the productive resources of aquaculture production systems, as well as ownership of fishing vessels and equipment in the fishing sector. These roles give them the benefit of financial by providing investment opportunities, loan facilities, and import and export licenses, among others. Despite the economic potential of small-scale fisheries and aquaculture, women invest very little in the aquaculture, artisanal and industrial sectors. Women take a secondary role in processing and marketing, delaying major decisions for male counterparts. The underlying socio-cultural norms and gender relationships emphasized by intersectionality are often barriers to owning, accessing, or controlling productive resources and other inputs. Gender mainstreaming appears to be a very recent development in the fisheries sector. The goal of the study is the reorientation of women, especially those working in small-scale fisheries, including fisheries and aquaculture, toward active and significant participation in boat owner contribution, productivity, and policy/decision-making. Secondary data and conclusions from previous studies, especially reports and reviews from other districts,compared to what is available in Indragiri Hilir Regency. As a result, we propose expanding social entrepreneurship initiatives, bootstrapping,and social capital, among other interventions, to increase women's participation in the fisheries sector.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: S Agriculture > S Agriculture (General)
Depositing User: Dr Mulono Apriyanto
Date Deposited: 15 Dec 2021 02:00
Last Modified: 15 Dec 2021 02:00

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