POTENSI PEMBENTUKAN KOPERASI SYARIAH NELAYAN DI DESA SUKA JAYA KABUPATEN BATUBARA (ANALISIS SWOT)

  • Heriyati Chrisna Universitas Pembangunan Panca Budi
  • Noviani Noviani Universitas Pembangunan Panca Budi
  • Vina Arnita Universitas Pembangunan Panca Budi

Abstract

Suka Jaya Village is one of the villages of the Parent Village of Bagan in Tanjung Tiram District, Batu Bara Regency, the majority of the population in accordance with one of the village government missions of Suka Jaya Village, which is to improve the economy of the community and the village economy, in an effort to create a prosperous and independent village, And strengthen the economy of fishermen, it is felt necessary to form an association to provide added value to fishermen by forming sharia cooperatives. The potential formation of sharia cooperatives will be analyzed with SWOT analysis techniques. From the SWOT analysis technique carried out on the potential formation of sharia cooperatives in Suka Jaya Village, it can be seen that in the strength element there are 4 points, there are 5 points, the opportunity to have 5 points and threats there are 2 points. When viewed in terms of the number of points, strengths and opportunities have a greater point, compared to weaknesses and threats, the factor of weakness becomes something that still requires further exploration, and cooperation is needed between the village government, the cooperative department and academics, especially from the sharia field for Can work together to realize the birth of the Fishermen Sharia Cooperative in order to strengthen the economy of the fishing community in Suka Jaya Village, Batubara Regency.

Published
2022-06-16
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CHRISNA, Heriyati; NOVIANI, Noviani; ARNITA, Vina. POTENSI PEMBENTUKAN KOPERASI SYARIAH NELAYAN DI DESA SUKA JAYA KABUPATEN BATUBARA (ANALISIS SWOT). Scenario (Seminar of Social Sciences Engineering and Humaniora), [S.l.], p. 151-157, june 2022. Available at: <https://jurnal.pancabudi.ac.id/index.php/scenario/article/view/4196>. Date accessed: 24 may 2024.
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