Mohamad Zainuri, Yusni Ikhwan Siregar, Zulkarnain, Almasdi Syahza
The research aims at analysing uncontrolled social behaviour impact of self-management scheme on Oil Palm Plantation Sustainability in Riau Province, Indonesia. The method used in this research is a survey method. The research was carried out in Rokan Hulu, Kampar, and Siak Regency of Riau Province. A descriptive analysis was used to describe uncontrolled social behaviour. The findings also revealed that there was a correlation between uncontrolled social behaviour (economic and social behaviour) and the sustainability of the ecology of the oil palm plantations. The better the social behaviour, the better the ecological condition is. On the other hand, the worse the social behaviour, the worse the ecological condition is.
Citation: Zainuri M, Zulkarnain, Siregar Y, I, and Syahza A. (2021). Uncontrolled Social Behaviour Impacts of Self-Management Scheme on Oil Palm Plantation Sustainability in Riau Province. Review of International Geographical Education (RIGEO), 11(5), 3318-3328. https://doi.org/10.48047/rigeo.11.05.221
Almasdi Syahza, Osamu Kozan, Sigit Sutikno, Mitri Irianti, Kei Mizuno, Michiko Hosobuchi
Restorasi ekologi lahan gambut bermuara pada kerusakan ekosistem lahan gambut yang disebabkan oleh aktivitas manusia baik disengaja maupun tidak. Akibat dari kerusakan tersebut menimbulkan berbagai macam masalah seperti kebakaran lahan. Di Desa Tanjung Leban merupakan salah satu desa dengan tingkat kebakaran cukup tinggi terutama pada tahun 2012, 2013, dan 2015. Banyak lahan bekas terbakar dibiarkan menjadi lahan tidur yang pada akhirnya menjadi areal yang rawan kebakaran karena kurangnya kontrol terhadap lahan tersebut. Menyikapi hal tersebut maka perlu dilakukan kegiatan restorasi ekologi lahan gambut di Desa Tanjung Leban melalui kegiatan revegetasi. Pelaksanaan kegiatan dengan motode pendampingan melalui fasilitator desa yang ditempatkan di Desa Tanjung Leban.
Citation: Syahza, A., O. Kozan., S. Sutikno., M. Irianti., K. Mizuno., M. Hosobuchi. (2021). Restorasi ekologi lahan gambut berbasis kelompok masyarakat mandiri melalui revegetasi di Desa Tanjung Leban Kabupaten Bengkalis, Riau. Riau Journal of Empowerment, 4(2), 69-81. https://doi.org/10.31258/raje.4.2.69- 81
Almasdi Syahza, Djaimi Bakce, Mitri Irianti, Brilliant Asmit, Besri Nasrul
Riau is an Indonesian province known for its large plantations. The plantation business makes the most significant contribution to the fiscal revenues of the province. This paper aims to innovate the rural economy through the sustainable development of superior commodities in the plantation sub-sector of agriculture. Specifically, multi-criteria analysis (MCA) was performed to determine the superior commodities in each locality. The results show that the superior commodities include palm oil, rubber, coconut, cocoa, coffee, and sago. The development of these commodities could boost farmers’ income with the added value of plantation products. On this basis, the fair use of land for all categories was highlighted from social, economic, and environmental perspectives, and recognized as essential to the development of sustainable plantations, which are integral to the rural economy and land sustainability. The proposed development strategy for superior commodities in plantations is in line with the sustainable development goals (SDGs) in Riau Province, Indonesia.
Citation: Syahza, A., Bakce, D., Irianti, M., Asmit, B., Nasrul, B., (2021). Development of Superior Plantation Commodities Based on Sustainable Development. International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning, Vol 16, No. 4, pp. 683-692. https://doi.org/10.18280/ijsdp.160408
Romi Kurniadi, Suarman, Almasdi Syahza
This study aims to analyze the level of financial literacy of Bidikmisi scholarship recipients in the Teacher Training and Education Faculty of the University of Riau. This study involved 178 students as samples taken from a population of 630 students using the Cochran sampling technique
Citation: Kurniadi, R., Suarman, S., Syahza, A., (2019). Financial Literacy of Bidikmisi Scholarship Recipient Students. Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 3, Number. 3, pages 292-302. https://doi.org/10.31258/jes.3.3.p.292-302
Wiwit Wahyuni, Almasdi Syahza, Dudung Burhanuddin
This study aims to obtain the strategy for education services marketing by applying the 7Ps concept (product, price, promotion, place, people, process, and physical evidence) of the educational services marketing mix in the Integrated Islamic Senior High School.
Citation: Wahyuni, W., Syahza, A., Burhanuddin, D., (2021). Islamic School Education Service Marketing Strategy. Journal of Southwest Jiaotong University, Volume 56, Number 2, pages 419-429. https://doi.org/10.35741/issn.0258-2722.214.171.124
Almasdi Syahza, Enni Savitri, Brilliant Asmit, and Geovani Meiwanda
A region’s economic growth
depends on the development policies based on the wealth determined from the
potential of human, institutional and local resources. Furthermore, tThe
development needs to link primary sectors with future processing to increase
agricultural products’ added value and marketing competitiveness. This study
develops an innovative marketing model in agricultural products for small-scale
farmers through village-owned enterprises (BUMDes) and micro, small, and medium
enterprises (MSMEs) empowerment in coastal areas. One way of realizing this
program is by building agribusiness and agro-industry partnerships that are
well-planned and associated with other economic sectors’ development. The
partnership involves community economic institutions, including BUMDes, credit
institutions, farmer entrepreneurs, as well as Micro, Small, and Medium
Enterprises. BUMDes is a rural-based business with a legal entity managed by
the village government to create added value for the community’s agricultural
products. Together with MSMEs, these businesses need to support the
agribusiness subsystem’s development, including trading in agricultural
production facilities and business activities. Furthermore, they need to
promote agricultural production, support services, a source of market
information for rural communities, the main actors of appropriate technology
for agricultural products.
Citation: Syahza, A., Savitrib, E., Asmitc, B., Meiwanda, G., (2021). Small-scale agricultural product marketing innovation through BUMDes and MSMEs empowerment in coastal areas, Management Science Letters, Volume 11 Number 8, pages 2291–2300. https://doi.org/10.5267/j.msl.2021.3.015