Take off the snare of Poverty with the Anti-Poverty programs Integrated
Deputy Field population and Employment Ministry VAT/Bappenas Pungky Sumadi presenter in the live broadcast of the event Hot Economy in one TV News with the topic "off the snare of poverty", on Wednesday (10/1).
Deputy Pungky says poverty is getting better with the average decrease in the last four years of about five hundred thousand people or if dipersentasikan about 10.12 percent. This is supported by the existence of the anti-poverty programs, such as family program expectations or national health assurance program that already integrated by the Government.
Although poverty improved, he also explains the existence of inequality still poverty in rural and urban areas. This is due to less the various jobs that are available in the country when compared with urban areas. "If in the city, the jobs available is relatively diverse. While in the countryside, the options are very limited. For example, I am being an untrained workforce, such as drivers, so getting into the company already so formal workers with good income. While in the country, the choice was very limited if not trained, "explained Deputy Pungky.
The Government has done a number of ways so that people in the village remained productive in work and on the other side to reduce the number of communities who migrated to the city. One of them is with infrastructure improvements in rural areas, thus providing the ease and fluency in the delivery process of production. In addition, to improve the quality of the workforce by providing training or program pemagangan in the village, so that power-not educated workforce could easily get a job. "With attention to infrastructure and the quality of the workforce, it means their productivity would rise and better. In addition, the flow of goods and services from various regions will also be faster, "said Deputy Pungky.
The Government is currently targeting the poverty decrease until you reach the single digits in 2018. Deputy Pungky then explains some of the strategies that have already prepared the Government especially the Ministry of VAT/Bappenas, i.e. the first formal job creation by expanding also infrastructure improvements. Second, the productivity of the workers must have non-formal social security, such as health coverage, guarantee labor, social assistance (such as rice) reproduced in the form of non cash, family and program expectations raised. Third, using an integrated approach, as well as performing surveillance system controls in social assistance programs.