Abstract Volume:6 Issue-10 Year-2018 Original Research Articles
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Coastal Community Economic Empowerment (PEMP) is one of the government's policies to improve the welfare of coastal communities, most of whom are the poorest people in Indonesia. The PEMP component which is the responsibility of the Indonesian Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries includes: (a) motorization of the fishing fleet; (b) the use of ice and cold chains; (c) procurement of port infrastructure; (d) environmental rehabilitation; (e) Protocol (f) development of fisheries cooperatives; (g) development of joint business groups, and (h) development of business partnerships. In the socio-economic perspective, internally in the fishing community is characterized by low ownership of productive assets, weak capital resources, low enthusiasm and entrepreneurial ability. The results of the study show that the strong, but low quality social capital of coastal communities is not influenced by economic empowerment programs. Strong social capital is strong Social capital is the result of strong informal figures. For this reason, in implementing empowerment programs, the government must involve more of these informal figures intensively. It is expected that strong social capital will increase its quality, and in turn its effectiveness towards public welfare can be felt more.
How to cite this article:Syafwandi. 2018. Social Capital Role on Effectiveness Empowerment of Coastal Community Economics in Term Improving the Welfare of Coastal Communities in East Java Province.Int.J.Curr.Res.Aca.Rev. 6(10): 11-15