Village Development Planning Strategy Aware of Religious Harmony Through Sustainable Livelihood Approach

Authors

  • Adnan Achiruddin Saleh IAIN Parepare
  • Reni Andriyani Kementerian Agama Kabupaten Sidenreng Rappang

Keywords:

The Planning Strategy, Village Aware of Harmony, Sustainable Livelihood Approach (SLA)

Abstract

Social development planning innovations should be able to answer the needs of the community. These needs can be seen in both the problems and the potential of the community. Social development planning makes it possible to integrate other aspects such as economic and environmental aspects. This practice can be done using the Sustainable Livelihood Approach (SLA). The SLA approach shows the highest and lowest assets in the community. The development planning of Awareness of Harmony Village is maximized through planning stages that can present the needs of the community as a whole by photographing five assets, namely natural, human, social, physical, and economic. The practice of using SLA has been developed in the development planning of the Religious Harmony Awareness Village in Sidenreng Rappang Regency. It produces indicators and classifications of Religious Harmony Awareness Villages through a process of local community participation. The availability of these indicators and classifications will make it easier for the program to take measurements and can be used in other regions in Indonesia

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Published

2022-11-08

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Adnan Achiruddin Saleh, & Reni Andriyani. (2022). Village Development Planning Strategy Aware of Religious Harmony Through Sustainable Livelihood Approach. The 4th International Conference on University Community Engagement (ICON-UCE 2022), 4, 13–23. Retrieved from http://icon-uce.com/index.php/icon-uce/article/view/3