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Basedon2010data,Populationgrowth
1 49%/yr RiceConsumptionrates 1,49%/yr,RiceConsumptionrates
125,3kg/hh/yr,productiongrowth3%/yrNeed
toImportsRice, p ,
BestScenarioisDECREASING populationto
1,3%/yr,withRiceConsumptionrates ,3 /y , p
125,3kg/hh/yr,INCREASING productiongrowth
1,56%/yr
IndonesianDemandsofEnergy
INDUSTRIES
TRANSPORTATION
AgriculturalNegativeGrowth hasshownby:
D i b ff (f f ili ) Decreasingnumberoffarmer(farmerfamiliy)
Decrasing sizeoflandownership
Increasingnumberofagriculturalproductsimport
DecreasingnumberofStudentsenrollmenton DecreasingnumberofStudentsenrollmenton
Agriculturalfields
DecreasingnumberofSchoolwhichoffering DecreasingnumberofSchoolwhichoffering
agriculturalmajor
I i f b i ti Increasingofurbanization
DecreasingNumberofFarmer
Food Food
2003=18.708.052hh
2013=17.728.185hh
Horticulture
2003=16.937.617hh
2013 10 602 147hh 2013=10.602.147hh
DecreasingNumberofFarmer
Animal Animal
2003=18.595.824hh
2013=12.969.210hh
Plantation
2003=14.138.539hh
2013 12 770 090hh 2013=12.770.090hh
LandOwnership
A l d d h /hh Averagelandowned=0,925ha/hh
Decreasingsizeoflandownership
Farmerwith<0,5ha(GUREM)=14.248.864in
2013decreased25,07%(from2003)
Farmerwith>0,5ha=25.751.267in2013
decreased15,35%(from2003) dec eased 5,35%( o 003)
LowIncome
Basedon2013AgricultureNational 3 g
Cencuse farmerhouseholdearning:
26.561.080IDR/yr=2.250US$/yr=
6 PHP/ 97.690PHP/yr
FarmerGettingOlder
Basedon2012MinistryAgriculture
data,farmeraverageage:55,
>6,5millionfarmersareontheage
groupof4554yo
DecreasingnumberofSchoolwhich
offeringagriculturalmajor offeringagriculturalmajor
AgriculturaltrainingInstitution=only112 over
18.190 (0.6%)
OnEastJava=only17 over 2.983 (0.5%)
From17institutionthereisonly3 which
confirmedstillonbusiness co ed st o bus ess
DecreasingofStudentsEnrollmenton
agriculturalfields agriculturalfields
Agrocomplexhasbeenchoosen onlyby 12%
stundents whoseenrolledonpublicuniversity
60%ofthose(12%)hasputitassecondoption
CompositionofHRonagricultural0,1%
Graduates,0,2% highSchooldan7%Vocational G aduates, 0, % g Sc oo da 7% ocat o a
School
IncreasingNumberofUrbanization;
% b i 31%urbanin1990
45%urbanin2000
50%urbanin2012
(ADB2013) (ADB2013)
Needtochallange preception thatsays:
F i f ld d t d l Farmerisforeldernoneducatedpeople
Farmerispoor
Farmingsystemcannotensuringincome
Farmerislowtechnologyandfarawayfrom Farmerislowtechnologyandfarawayfrom
inovation
Farmerisnotcool Farmerisnot cool
(1)Showedagriculturevastopportunities,
(2)Payloadgreattechnology (2)Payloadgreattechnology,
(3)Easetoaccessresourceandinformation,
b l d d k (4).Abilitytomanageandreducerisk.
SourceofInformation
UpdatedTechnology UpdatedTechnology
Informationtransferability
Adequatelearningfacilities Adequatelearningfacilities
IncubatortoPractices
NetworkstoTechnologyandMarket NetworkstoTechnologyandMarket
EnsuringMarket
ExposingOpportunities ExposingOpportunities
(1)Education Institution
(information transfer learningfacilities) (information,transfer,learningfacilities)
(2)ResearchanddevelopmentInstitution
(t h l ) (technology)
(3)BusinessInstitution
( k k i l i f ili i d (networks,market,practices,learningfacilitiesand
opportunities)
ElementIncludedonUNITRIentrepreneurial
educationprogram educationprogram
theconceptofentrepreneurshipeducation
(theoreticalapproach),
comparativestudies(comparisons),
extractionofentrepreneurialideas,
theconceptofproductdevelopmentandbusiness theconceptofproductdevelopmentandbusiness
planning
The developedprogramnamed
AGROPRENEURSHIPhasdeveloptotakethe AGROPRENEURSHIPhasdeveloptotakethe
agriculturalHRchallenge,
Agropreneurship containsactivities g p p
(1)recruitmentandselectionofinterest,
(2)trainingandproductextraction, (2)trainingandproductextraction,
(3)thepreparationofabusinessplan,
(4)theimplementationofthebusinessplan, (4)theimplementationofthebusinessplan,
(5)marketingand
(6)strengtheningthebusiness(continuity) (6)strengtheningthebusiness(continuity)
AfterImplementedthereareDemandsto
MeasureimplicationofAGROPRENEURSHIP MeasureimplicationofAGROPRENEURSHIP
TheStudyisintendedtomeasurethe
f f hi performanceofanAgropreneurship
programs. p g
(1) Determinethegrossenrollmentrate(GER)
ofstudentsineachphaseof ofstudentsineachphaseof
Agropreneurship,
h l l h h (2) Determinethecriticalpointalongthephase
ofagropreneurship g p p
(3) Determinetheperformanceof
agropreneurshipprogramand agropreneurshipprogramand
(4) ComparingtheGERofagropreneurship
programwiththeconventionalprogram programwiththeconventionalprogram.
Phase2:
A i Agroinvent
Phase1:
Agropreneurship
DevelopingMaterial
C i ll Curricullum
TrainingHandbook
cultivatedcabbage(Brassicaoleracea var.botrytis)
cultivatedPhilodendronselloum
cultivatedprobioticbroiler
InvitationandinformationPosters
TrainingHand
Book
TrainingHand
Book
TrainingHand
Book
Selected117youngpeople(students),
i fi ld i ( i lt i i variousfieldscience(agriculture,engineering,
economics,administration,accounting)
Variouslevelofstudy(vocationalhighschool,
polytechnicanduniversity)
Selectedfrom168registrant
Explore:
passion,motivationand p ,
backgrounds
TraininghasdonebyBAI(privateagriculture
R&Dinstitution)andSAB(trainingand R&Dinstitution)andSAB(trainingand
agribusinessinstitution)
PutHighTechnologyinsimplewayasan
Approach
Showstudentsinformationgateway
TrainingdonebyBAI
TrainingdoneSAB(onFieldTraining)
FieldTriptoThePuspa Agro Primary
AgriculturalMarket AgriculturalMarket
DevelopingBusinessPlan
InterdiciplinaryTeamWork
Creativity Creativity
GoalOrientation
Focus
Communication
InterdiciplinaryTeamWork
ExitPlanResponse ExitPlanResponse
HardWork
Responsibility Responsibility
ProductDevelopment
ProductionSystemDevelopment ProductionSystemDevelopment
Indoagroinvent
h d SharingandExpose
GrossEnrollmentRate
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Liesinthefinalphasesof
MARKETING D d %(GER % MARKETING Decreased52%(GER70%
38%),and
BUSINESSCONTINUITY Decreased50%(GER
38%19%)
Lackofknowledge andexperience andcourage isanimportantkeythat
causesparticipationdroppeddramaticallyatmarketingexecution phase causesparticipationdroppeddramaticallyatmarketingexecution phase
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entrepreneurcoursehasprovencandeliver entrepreneurcoursehasprovencandeliver
betterlearningoutcomes
h d l h ImprovingAgropreneurshipmodelwith
assignmorepracticalmarketingexperience g p g p
willincreasetheprogramperformance.
NEXTFrontierChangetheParentsMINDSET
(Agrocareer Program/Phase3) g g
ThankstoIndonesiaMinistryofEducation
andCulture whichhasfundingthisStudy andCulture whichhasfundingthisStudy
ThankstoSEARCATravelGrantswhichhas
f d h h fundingtheopportunitytopresentingthis
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