Proceedings of the Achieving and Sustaining SDGs 2018 Conference: Harnessing the Power of Frontier Technology to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (ASSDG 2018)
Adityo Pratikno Ramadhan
One of problems in SDGs implementation is about data. It is often found that the data are not valid or need to be updated regularly. The data play a decisive role in policy including the ones related to SDGs. In Indonesia, in terms of data rely on Indonesia Statistic Board. However, another source of...
Anindita Budirahmayani, Khoirunurrofik
As Indonesian people have shifted their focus towards leisure activities, tourism has become a prospective sector for economic development in many regions of the country. This study analyses whether spillover of tourism growth occurs or not and the impact of the tourism sector on gross domestic regional...
Ayu Dwi Putri, Khoirunurrofik
Since 2012, many local governments in Indonesia have independently initiated city development by implementing the concept of ‘the smart city’. This concept uses technology to improve city performance by solving problems more effectively and efficiently. The smart city concept includes not only the use...
Increasing Transparency and Community Participation through the Open Government Partnership in Bojonegoro Regency
Deru R Indika, Nike Vonika
Open government is not just the obligation of government and right of a citizen. It does require not only transparency and participation but also synergy and collaboration of many parties. Collaboration among Academician, Businessmen, Government and Community (ABGC) has been carried out in Bojonegoro...
Egi Arvian Firmansyah, Mokhamad Anwar
Any innovation in technology is permissible in Islam as long as it complies with the Sharia rules. This paper aims to describe the challenges and prospect of the trending topic in Islamic finance, i.e., Islamic financial technology, or Islamic Fintech for short. In this research, we discuss several Islamic...
Understanding Poverty In The Development Context And Poverty Reduction Policy Using System Dynamics Approach
Fauzan Ahmad, Iwan Kustiwan
Poverty is an undesirable phenomenon of development with the main characteristic of lack of welfare which might lead to some social problems such as criminality, low-level education and poor health condition. Generally, since 2000, Indonesia has been experiencing the decrease number of the poor with...
Gilang Amarullah, Mohamad Fahmi
Education is one of the form of human capital investment, it could lead to a productive labour. Educated labour are having a much more diverse job option, which making self-employment interesting for those who are not well educated. Self-employment itself could be interesting for both educated and uneducated...
REDUCTION AND PREVENTION OF MALNUTRITION PROGRAM WHICH IS CONDUCTED BY DAPUR OMABA (OJEK MAKANAN BALITA) AS CSR PARTNER OF PT PERTAMINA (PERSERO) TERMINAL BBM BANDUNG GROUP AT CISARANTEUN KIDUL VILLAGE, GEDE BAGE SUBDISTRICT, BANDUNG CITY
Kamto Triwibowo, Wahyu Eko Widodo, Suci Pujiati
Background: As one of the commitments to accelerate Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) achievement program, reduction and prevention of malnutrition is very important and need to be continuously developed. The case of malnutrition often related to the socio-economic conditions of the people who reflecting...
M. Luthfan Awwal Fadhlillah, Hiromi Tokuda, Ellin Harlia
Crowned as the one of the most productive area of paddy farming and also the largest rice consumers in Indonesia, West Java’s now facing an imminent obstacle of losing its capability of fulfilling the demand for rice. It all due to both land use changed and a rise of total rice consumption throughout...
SUSTAINABLE URBAN FARMING THROUGH AQUAPONICS SYSTEM BASED ON COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Case: Kandri Village, Semarang
Mardwi Rahdriawan, Hadi Wahyono, Nany Yuliastuti, Rejeki Siti Ferniah
Aquaponic is a combination of aquaculture and farming method without using soil. This farming system utilizes fish feces as a source of nutrition for plants and the use of plants to control water quality for fish. The local residents in Kandri Village tried to build aquaponics farm in their settlement....
Education on Traditional West Java Cuisine: Variety of Foods and Its Natural Packaging in Al-Aqsha Islamic Boarding School
Rosaria Mita Amalia, Davidescu Cristiana Victoria Marta Marta
West Java as one of the provinces in Indonesia has a diversity of values, traditions and culture. The diversity of traditional food in West Java is both wealth and identity for people in West Java (Sundanese people). Various types of food can be seen on the gastronomic map of West-Java food which shows...
Filling Environmental Data Gaps for SDG 11: A Survey of Japanese and Philippines Cities with Recommendations
Andreas Jaeger, Eric Zusman, Ryoko Nakano, Aki Nagano, Ranell Martin Dedicatoria, Kenji Asakawa
Cities will play a pivotal role in determining whether the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) realize their transformational potential. A lack of data from cities may nonetheless weaken the policies and monitoring systems needed to realize that promise. This article examines whether “environmental”...
Tubagus Chaeru Nugraha, Rosaria Mita Amalia, Nani Darmayanti
Every family is expecting a happy life. Islam as concept and method of living has given guidance to human in order to reach happiness both in the world and the hereafter. The aim of this article is to explain how the purposes, the principles, the functions, the kind of happiness in prophet Muhamad family...
THE IMPACT OF EXPENDITURE INEQUALITY AND SOCIOECONOMIC ON CRIME RATES IN INDONESIA. CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY USING SPATIAL ECONOMETRICS AND GEOGRAPHICALLY WEIGHTED REGRESSION
Donny Hardiawan, Arief Anshory Yusuf, Bagdja Muljarijadi
Social disorganization theory has indicated that socioeconomic have a negative impact on crime. In contrast to the study literature, Indonesia data showed that increasing in economic growth and decreasing in poverty and unemployment rates lead to higher crime rates. Based on previous literature, we hypotized...
Nelse Trivianita, Waris Marsisno, Nori Wilantika
Tuberculosis is still one of the world's health problems. Tuberculosis cases generally occur in developing countries, including Indonesia. Indonesia has become one of the countries that have not reached the SDGs targets related to tuberculosis and become a country with the second largest number of new...
Nur Andriyani, Ana Rahmawati Wibowo
The level of quality human development will be able to compete in the Global era, and even has the potential to achieve development goals, are towards prosperity. The purpose of this study was to determine the long- term relationship between economic growth and the Human Development Index (HDI) of regencies...