Analysis Of The Needs For The Development Of Entrepreneurship-Based Literacy Models For Women's Wives Of Penderes Organic Coconut Sugar In Bumisari Village, Purbalingga

Tohir Tohir, Yanuar Eko Restianto, Lina Rifda Naufalin, Aldila Krisnaresanti, Adi Indrayanto, Nur Chasanah, Dadang Iskandar


This study aims to analyze the needs in developing an entrepreneurship-based literacy model to increase the productive economy for the wives of organic coconut sugar tappers in Bumisari village, Bojongsari District, Purbalingga Regency. This analysis forms the basis for compiling this literacy model as a solution in empowering the wives of organic coconut sugar tappers through literacy learning (reading, writing, arithmetic, speaking and listening) based on life skills and entrepreneurship skills. This study used descriptive qualitative method. Data collection techniques in this study through observation, interviews, and documentation.

The general results of the research show that the average age of the tappers is 44 years old and the average education is primary school education with a working time of 5-6 hours in processing sap. The need for literacy learning based on life skills and entrepreneurship that starts from basic literacy with time that can be implemented between the process of making sap and literacy methods that train independent learning and entrepreneurship development must be aligned with efforts to maintain the quality of the organic sugar produced.


Keywords: Literacy, women, entrepreneurship


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