Implementation of Inclusive Empowerment-Based Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Programme
(Case Study of PT PLN Indonesia Power Kamojang POMU's Inclusive Mushroom Cultivation Program)
Keywords:Difable, Inclusive development, SR
Inclusive development is becoming a mainstream development which is being promoted by many parties. This departs from the fact that there are still many people who are still marginalized in the development process, one of which is disability. Disability issues are always a hot topic to be discussed not only in developing countries but also in developed countries. This is because groups of persons with disabilities are a minority group whose fulfillment of their rights by the state often goes unnoticed. In order to support inclusive development, CSR PT PLN Indonesia Power Kamojang POMU conducted an empowerment program for Budidaya Jamur Bisabilitas (Bujali). The group that was empowered was the mushroom cultivation farmers group in Sudi Village, Ibun District. This group consists of persons with disabilities and non-disabilities who are pre-prosperous people. This research uses descriptive qualitative method. This research was conducted with the basic objective to find out how social inclusion is carried out in community empowerment programs. Data collection was carried out by means of literature studies, observations and interviews with groups, the CSR team of PT PLN Indonesia Power Kamojang POMU and drawing conclusions. The concept used is the concept of inclusive development and CSR empowerment. The results of the study from this study based on field data of the empowerment program carried out by CSR PT PLN Indonesia Power Kamojang POMU for disabled groups are inclusive empowerment patterns that lead to capacity building, fulfilling the community's economy, community participation and renewal or innovation developed in home industry commodities (industrial houses) that encourage group sustainability and independence.
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