Contribution Income of Women's Coastal Business Group In Processing of Fishery Products in Manokwari

  • selvi tebaiy Dosen UNIPA
  • Juliana Leiwakabessy Jurusan Perikanan, FPIK UNIPA, Manokwari, 98314, Indonesia
  • Eddy T Wambrauw Jurusan Ilmu Kelautan, FPIK, UNIPA, Manokwari, 98314, Indonesia

Abstract

Indigenous women who lives in Manokwari coastal area have five field of economic livelihoods activities such as fish ball and fish crackers, salted dry fish, smoked fish, spicy shredded fish and local culinary tourism. A field research was done in several sites of coastal area of Manokwari during August to December 2015. The objective of this research is to explore and define types of economic livelihood activities by Indigenous women and its contribution on household income. Involving 38th respondents with using questionnaire method did interviews. Analyzed data using statistic descriptive. Based on this research is found that fish ball and fish crackers were higher per month than others, i.e. IDR 10.460.000,00 per month/group. The lowest income was salted dried fish, i.e. IDR 4.895.000 per month/group. About 80% the main contribution of the fisheries sector is from fish product. In Addition, based on this research also show that it needs an effort to empower small-scale unit business and market availability for sustainability business in Manokwari.

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Published
2018-01-11
How to Cite
TEBAIY, selvi; LEIWAKABESSY, Juliana; WAMBRAUW, Eddy T. Contribution Income of Women's Coastal Business Group In Processing of Fishery Products in Manokwari. JURNAL SUMBERDAYA AKUATIK INDOPASIFIK, [S.l.], p. 153-164, jan. 2018. ISSN 2550-0929. Available at: <https://ejournalfpikunipa.ac.id/index.php/JSAI/article/view/29>. Date accessed: 15 sep. 2019. doi: https://doi.org/10.30862/jsai-fpik-unipa.2017.Vol.1.No.2.29.
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Research Articles

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