Strategy to Maintain the Regional Food Security in Province of Bali, Indonesia

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Made Sri Sumarniasih
Made Antara


Based on the results of the first phase research in 2018, it was found that regional food security in the Province of Bali is in a resistant and guaranteed condition. However, the problem is how to sustainably maintain Bali's regional food security in the Province of Bali? The objective of the research in 2019 is to formulate general and alternative strategies to maintain Bali's regional food security. The method for formulating general strategy using IFAS-EFAS matrices and formulating alternative strategy is the SWOT matrices. The results of the research found that the grand strategy for maintaining regional food security in the Province of Bali is a “Defend and Maintain”. Alternative strategies namely: (1) Collaboration on Penta-Helix, namely Academic, Business, Community, Government, and Media (ABCGM) to create a strong food security system; (2) Increase food production as part of regional and national food availability; (3) Utilizing the development of agricultural technology 4.0, cultivation technology and food processing technology; (4) Conducting research and development, cooperation with research institutions, universities and National Atomic Energy Agency, as well as improving institutional facilities; (5) The synergy of all Regional Apparatus Organizations belonging to the Regional Food Security Council, both at the district and provincial levels following their respective roles in efforts to strengthen food security; (6) Increase government to government cooperation and government to business to support food security programs and activities; (7) Slow download conversion, maintain the area of rice fields as the main producer of rice food.

Strategy, maintain, food security, Bali.

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Sumarniasih, M. S., & Antara, M. (2020). Strategy to Maintain the Regional Food Security in Province of Bali, Indonesia. Journal of Experimental Agriculture International, 42(3), 12-22.
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