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ST83-PODES

REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA CENTRAL BUREAU OF STATISTICS

1983 AGRICULTURAL CENSUS

VILLAGE/VILLAGE UNIT POTENTIAL

I. LOCATION IDENTIFICATION 1. Province 2. District/Municipality *) 3. Sub-District 4. Village/Village Unit*) 5. Area

Filled by CBS

Urban -1 Rural -2 II. ENUMERATION PARTICULARS

1. Name of enumerator 2. Date of enumeration 3. Signature of enumerator 4. Name of supervisor 5. Signature of supervisor *) Cross out inapplicable category

,1983 Acknowledged by Village Head/Village Unit Chief

. Name and Seal

III. VILLAGE/VILLAGE UNIT CLASSIFICATION, LOCATION, AND GEOGRAPHY 1. Village/Village Unit Classification: Self Supporting -1 Self developing -2 Self-sufficient -3 2. Is this Village/Village unit located on: a. One island only, name of the island: b. If more than one island, number of islands: .. Names of occupied islands: 1. . 11. .. 2. . 12. .. 3. . 13. .. 4. . 14. .. 5. . 15. .. 6. . 16. .. 7. . 17. .. 8. . 18. .. 9. . 19. .. 10. . 20. .. 3. This Village/Village units location is: Coastal -1 Inland -2 4. The Village/Village units altitude above sea level: Less than 500m -1 More than 700m 500 700 m -2

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IV. VILLAGE/VILLAGE UNIT CHARACTERISTICS 1. After February 1983, the Village/Village Unit is: a. The old village/village unit, its territory has not changed -1 b. A new village/village unit, as a result of a change of name but the village territory is still the same -2 c. The old village/village unit whose territory has been reduced -3 d. The old village/village unit, whose territory has been increased -4 e. A new village/village unit as a result of redistricting -5 the village/village unit f. A new village/village unit as a result of merging -6 villages/village units g. A newly established village/village unit -7 h. Village/village unit from another sub-district -8 i. If the asnwer to this question is coded 2, 5, 6 or 8, please write down the name of the Village/originating Village , Sub-district, & District/Municipality

IV. Contd Village/Village Units land area: . Ha a. Number of households: . Households b. Population: . people Distance from the office of the Village Head/Village Unit Chief to the Sub-District Office: km Staple food of village population: Rice -1 Corn -2 Cassava -3

Sweet potato Sago Other ..

-4 -5 -6

Is there an Office of Village Affairs(Village/Village Unit meeting hall): Yes -1 No -2 Does this Village/Village Unit have : Village/Village Unit secretary: yes -1 Head of Village Governmental Affairs yes Head of Development yes -1 Head of Welfare yes -1 Head of Finance yes -1 Head of General Affairs yes -1

no -1 no no no no

-2 no -2 -2 -2 -2

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What kind(s) natural disasters occurred during the past 3 years: a. Drought -1 happened : .times b. Flood -2 happened : .times c. Earthquake -3 happened : .times d. Volcanic Eruption -4 happened : .times e. Other -5 happened : .times V. EDUCATION FACILITIES Number of schools by type and building ownership status Type of School (1) Kindergarten Public Primary school Inpres* Primary School Ibtidayah (Islamic Primary School) Private Primary School Junior High School Vocational Jr. High School Senior High School Vocational Sr High School Total Number of school buildings Private Shared Others (2) (3) (4)

Column content

Inpres : Instruksi Presiden/Presidential Directive

V. Contd 2. Number of schools, classes, students and teachers: Type of school


Schools Classes

Quantity
Students Teachers

(1) Kindergarten Public Primary School Inpres Primary school Ibtidayah/Islamic Primary School Private Primary school Junior High School Vocational Jr. High School Senior High School Vocational Senior High School

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

2. Is there an Academy/University that is located within the village territory?: Yes 1 No -2 4. Other educational facilities: a. Islamic boarding school (Pesantren) yes -1 no -2 b. School for handicapped children yes -1 no -2 c. Seminary/monastery/convent yes -1 no -2 VI. HEALTH 1. Number of: a. Polyclinic .. units b. Puskesmas (Integrated Health Center) .. units c. Maternity hospital/BKIA .. units d. Family Planning Post .. units 2. a. Number of doctors who live in this Village: .. units b. Number of paramedics (Mantri, Nurses, etc), who live in this Village .... persons a. Village populations usual source of water for cooking and drinking:

3.

PAM water (Municipal Water Corporation) Pipe water Pump water Well

-1 -2 -3 -4

Spring water River/Lake Other.

-5 -6 -7

VI. Contd 3.. b. Village populations usual source of water for bathing, washing, PAM water -1 Spring water -5 (Municipal Water Corporation) River/Lake -6 Pipe water -2 Other. -7 Pump water -3 Well -4 4. How does the majority of the population dispose garbage: Garbage is thrown into a hole -1 Into a river -2 Into the trash disposal unit, then taken away -3 Other (Specify) -4 5. In general, what kind of toilet does the population use: Private -1 Public -3 Shared -2 Others -4 a. Are there any public toilets? If yes, what kind are they?: Inpres Public toilet: ..units Other public toilets: ...units b. Are there any Inpres family toilets? .Yes -1 No If yes, quantity: units Yes -1 No -2

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VII. RECREATIONAL FACILITIES This Village has the following: 1. Cinema yes -1 no 2. Permanent place for yes -1 no art performances yes -1 no 3. Permanent football field yes -1 no 4. Other permanent sports facilities yes -1 no 5. Recreational Park yes -1 no VIII. PLACES OF WORSHIP Number of : 1. Mosque 2. Muslim prayer house 3. Church 4. Pura (Hinduist temple) 5. Vihara (Buddhist temple) IX. SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Does the village have the following social groups/social activities: (with regular activities) 1. Scouts 2. Sports a. Football yes yes -1 -1 No No

-2 -2 -2 -2 -2 -2

-2 -2

2. b. Volleyball c. Badminton d. Table tennis e. Basketball f. Tennis g. Swimming h. Chess i. Pencak Silat/Martial Arts j. Other Martial Arts k. Other (Specify)

IX. SOCIAL ACTIVITY yes -1 yes -1 yes -1 yes -1 yes -1 yes -1 yes -1 yes -1 yes -1 yes -1

No No No No No No No No No No

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3. Arts a. Theatre group b. Wayang Orang/Ketoprak c. Dances d. Music and Vocal Arts (inlc. Karawitan) 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

yes yes yes yes

-1 -1 -1 -1

No No No No

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LKMD (Village Social Activities Group) yes -1 No -2 Karang Taruna (village youth assoc.) yes -1 No -2 PKK yes -1 No -2 Taman Gizi/Nutrition Park yes -1 No -2 Orphanage a. Abandoned children . children b. Orphaned children . children 9. Old peoples home . people 10. Home for handicapped children . children 11. Assoc. of Water Using Farmers/P3A yes -1 No -2 -1 No -2 12. Intensifikasi Khusus/Specific Intensification yes 13. a. Farmers Rural Program Listeners Group yes -1 No -2 If yes, number of groups .. units b. Womens Farming Group yes -1 No -2 If yes, number of groups .. units c. Youth Farming Group yes -1 No -2 If yes, number of groups units 14. Kontak Tani (Farmers Contact) yes -1 No -2 15. Pest Control Group yes -1 No -2 If yes, number of groups . units

X. LAND OWNED BY VILLAGE/VILLAGE UNIT 1. Land owned/under the control of the village/village unit: a. Rice field land: ..ha b. Dry land: ..ha c. Total (a + b): ..ha 2. From the land area above, used as a bengkok land: a. Wet rice field : ..ha b. Dry, unirrigated field: ..ha c. Total (a + b): ..ha XII. LAND UTILIZATION 1. Total land area (0,0 ha): a. Wet rice field: b. Dry, unirrigated field: c. Village surface area (a + b): 2. Wet rice field used for agricultural purposes (0,0 ha) Can be harvested twice or more in a year (1) Can be Harvest one time in a year (2)

a. With technical irrigation b. With semi-technical irrigation c. Simple irrigation (PU/Public Works) d. Non PU irrigation e. Rice fields plated near rivers and under the influence of the tides, polder rice field, rice fields in swampy areas, rice fields in areas with brackish water, rice fields in swamps f. Rice fields dependent on rain water for irrigation g. Total 3. Unirrigated/dry fields used for agriculture (0,0 ha): a. Ladang /huma/ tegal/kebonan b. Fish pond/tebat/empang/tambak c. Sheperding/meadow d. Others (incl. managed forest ) e. Total 4. Area of land used for buildings and its surrounding yard (0,0 ha)

XII. AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES 1. Number of waterwheels used for irrigation ..units 2. Number of water pumps used for irrigation 3. Reservoir/dam/dike 4. a. Demplot (demonstration plot) b. Seedling Hall c. Seedsman/seed & seedling cultivator Rice Palawija (secondary crops planted in dry season) Horticultural Estate plants Livestock foods Other plants Fish ..units yes -1 no -2 ..units yes -1 no -2 ..persons .. persons .. persons .. persons .. persons .. persons .. persons .. persons

XIII. FOOD CROPS 1. Number of household planting food crops: ..household 2. Land area of rice and palawija harvested a year ago: a. Rice from wet rice fields .ha b. Rice from dry rice fields .ha c. Corn .ha d. Cassava .ha e. Sweet potato .ha f. Peanut .ha g. Soybean .ha h. Mung bean .ha i. Sorghum/cantel .ha 3. Land area of vegetables harvested during previous year: Type of vegetable a. .: b. .: c. .: d. .: e. .: Land area of harvest .ha .ha .ha .ha .ha Filled by CBS

XIII. CONTD 4. Number of fruit trees : Type of fruit tree a. b. c. d. e. Filled by CBS Number of trees . trees . trees . trees . trees . trees

XIV. COMMUNITY PLANTATION 1. Number of peoples plantation household: household 2. Please write 5 estate plants/commercial plants which are widely planted by the population: a. Type of plant : . Plot area : . Ha Number of plants : . trees b. Type of plant : . Plot area : . Ha Number of plants : . trees c. Type of plant : . Plot area : . Ha Number of plants : . trees d. Type of plant : . Plot area : . Ha Number of plants : . trees e. Type of plant : . Plot area : . Ha Number of plants : . trees XV. HUSBANDRY AND FISHERY 1.a. Number of households breeding livestock:..households (poultry, cattle, dairy cows, etc) b. Number of livestock by type: Cattle : . units Dairy cows : . Units Buffalos : . Units Horses : . Units Goats : . Units Sheeps : . Units Pigs : . Units

XV. CONTD 1. c. Number of poultry by type: Free range chicken Layer hens Broiler chicken Ducks .. 2. a. b. 3. a. b. Number of households farming fresh water fish Fresh water fishpond area Number of households farming fish in brackish fishponds Brackish fishpond area : .unit : .unit : .unit : .unit : .unit ..households : .m2 .households : .ha

4. Number of fishing entrepreneur households:


General waters b. Sea XVI. AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENTS Number of tractors: a. Two-wheel tractor b. Four-wheels tractor Number of pest control tools: a. Sprayer b. Duster c. Rodent fumigator Number of rice processing machines: a. Thresher : .. units b. Rice dryer : .. units c. Gabah cleaner : .. units (gabah: unhulled paddy separated from the stalks) d. Huller : .. units e. Huller/RMU/small mill : .. units f. Large/factory mill : .. units Number of corn processing machines: a. Corn kernel remover : .. units b. Corn ricer : .. units c. Grinders for corn flour : .. units a.

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XVI. CONTD Number of cassava processing machines: a. Tapioca grinder .. units b. Chip cutter .. units c. Pellet maker .. units Number of rubber processing machines a. Smokehouse .. units b. Grinder .. units c. Remilling .. units d. Crumb rubber .. units Number of sugar cane processing machines: a. Machine Grinder : .. units b. Non-machine Grinder : .. units Number of fishing boat/ship: a. Motorized ship : .. units b. Motorboat : .. units c. Non-motorized boat : .. units

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XVII. MARKETING, STORAGE, DRYING, CREDIT FACILITIES 1. Number of: a. Markets with permanent/semi permanent buildings b. Markets without permanent buildings (excluding kaki lima market) c. Animal market d. Fish auction market e. Fish loading dock f. Fish market g. Agricultural materials kiosk: - owned by KUD (Village Cooperative Unit) - owned by Non KUD h. Animal husbandry breeding materials kiosk - owned by KUD - owned by non KUD i. Fishing materials kiosk - owned by KUD - owned by non KUD j. KUD Warehouse k. Drying floor/cement floor l. Other public warehouses

XVII. CONTD 2. Number of: a. b. c. d. 1.a. b. Banks : units Village Cooperative Unit (KUD) : units Non KUD cooperatives : units Lumbung desa (village rice barn) : units XVIII. TRANSPORTATION Majority of traffic in this village/village unit goes through: Land -1 Water -2 (go to Q.2) If through land, the majority of the village/village units main road is Asphalt : -1 Hardened (stone, pebble, etc) : -2 Soil : -3 Can four-wheel vehicles pass through this main road all year long? Yes -1 No -2 Types of public transportation used and that go through this village/village unit: Bicycle (bicycle ojek) Yes -1 No Becak/pedicab Yes -1 No Wagon/Pedati (horse-drawn cart) Yes -1 No Delman/Dokar/Bendi Yes -1 No (horse-drawn buggy or carriage) Motorcycle (ojek) Yes -1 No Vehicles with 3 wheels or more Yes -1 No Non-motorized boat Yes -1 No Motorboat Yes -1 No Motorized ship Yes -1 No XIX. COMMUNICATION 1. Number of: a. Television : . Unit b. Radio : .Unit c. Telephone : . Unit 2. Is there a Post Office/Post Office sub-branch in this Village? Yes -1 No -2

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1.a.

XIX. CONTD Does anyone subscribe to a newspaper or magazine Yes -1 No -2 Is there an implementation of rural newspaper distribution in this village/village unit? Yes -1 No -2 Does this village/village unit have a public library? Yes -1 No -2

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c.

g. Does this village/village unit have a school library. a Mosque library, church library, etc Yes -1 No -2. XX. ELECTRICITY 1. Does this village/village unit have access to electricity, whether produced by PLN or non-PLN? Yes -1 No -2 2.a. b. If yes mainly from: PLN -2 Non PLN -2 Percentage households using electricity: PLN .% Non PLN % Available-1

3. Primary public road lighting : If available, type of lighting:

Not available -2 Electricity -1 Kerosene -2 XXI. NON-AGRICULTURAL NON-MANUFACTURING HOUSEHOLDS 1. Number of households engaged in the following activities: a. b. c. d. e. Trading Transportation Quarrying Construction Service : .. households : .. households : .. households : .. households : .. households

XXII. VILLAGE FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT (1982/1983) 1. In the 1982/1983 budget year, were there any physical constructions in the village which was funded by INPRES, APBD (Anggaran Pendapatan dan Belanja Daerah) at the provincial/district level, Bandes (Bantuan Desa) or by the communitys self development fund (swakarya)? Yes -1 No -2 2. If yes, a. Completed projects Serial Type of number construction

(1) (2) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 b. Not yet completed Serial Type of number construction

Managed by Village/ Village Unit -1 Non Village/ Village Unit -2 (3)

Primary source of funds *) (code)

Project duration (months)

Filled by CBS Content of column (3) (4) (5)

(4)

(5)

(1) (2) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Primary source of fund codes: National Project Inpres Provincial Budget District Budget -1 -2 -3 -4

Primary source of funds*) (code) (3)

Project duration (months) (4)

Percentage completed

Filled by CBS Content of column (3) (4) (5)

(5)

Bandes Community self-development Others (state)

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XIII. NON-AGRICULTURAL NON-MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENTS 1. Number of establishments: . Serial Name of Address Primary activity sector number establishment (1) (2) (3) (4) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. XXIV. HUSBANDRY AND FISHERY ESTABLISHMENTS 1. +Are there any husbandry establishments n this village/village unit (poultry, diary cows, cattle, etc) in this Village? Yes -1 no -2 If yes :
Serial number Establishment Name Primary poultry/ livestock bred Type of main activity Number of livestock at time of enumeration

2.

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) 1. 2. 3. 4. Are there any fishery establishments? (fresh water, saltwater, brackish water) in this village/village unit? Yes -1 No -2 If yes,
Serial number Establishment Name Head Office Branch -2 -1 Type of main activity Main production

(1) 1. 2. 3. 4.

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IDENTIFICATION Filled in by CBS XXV. COMPANIES, MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENTS, HOME INDUSTRIES


Serial number Type of establishment/ business Number f establishment/business by number of workers Less than 5 5 - 19 20 - 99 100 and more Total

(1)
1.

(2)
Abattoir, meat processing and preservation Fruit and Vegetable processing and preservation Fish processing and preservation Production of vegetable and animal oils Rice milling, cleaning and hulling Grinding, hulling and cleaning of other types pf seeds (coffee, copra, pulses) Production of noodles, bread, biscuits, etc, kerupuk, emping, opak Production and processing of sugar (granulated sugar, palm sugar, sugar crystal) Production and processing of cocoa, coffee, tea, candies Production and processing of flour (wheat, rice, tapioca, pulses) Production of kecap, tempe, tofu, fermented soybean paste Production of spices and other foods (milk, spices, ice, shrimp paste, salt, taffy (dodol) Production of animal feed Beverage production Processing of tobacco and tobacco products

(3)

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Serial number
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Type of establishment/ business


Leather tannery and processing Production and processing of textile products Production and processing of products made of wood, rattan, bamboo, grass, etc Paper and paper products, printing, publishing Rubber smokehouse, remilling, crumb rubber Chemicals and chemical products, petroleum, coal, rubber (except for rubber smokehouse, remilling and crumb rubber) and plastic products Non-metal mining production Metal manufacturing Metal products, machinery and accessories Others (jewelry, music, toys, etc)

Number f establishment/business by number of workers Less than 5 5 - 19 20 - 99 100 and more Total

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XXV. CONTD Name and Address of Establishments/Manufacturing Establishments Employing 5 Persons or More: Serial number Name of Full address: Main Number of establishment (Street, production workers telephone number) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

XXVI. NOTE