Traditional and Formal Institutions Synergies to Support Agricultural Development in Kertalangu Cultural Village, Denpasar City-Bali

Ida Ayu Nyoman Saskara, Ni Nyoman Yuliarmi


This study aimed to examine whether the institutions that have been involved in the development of agriculture in rural areas, how a given role in increasing the income of farming communities, examines what happens during weaknesses, as well as assess any institution that still need to be developed and formulated the institutional empowerment strategy in reinforcing the achievement of agricultural development in rural areas. Data was analyzed by descriptive and SWOT Model. The analysis showed that the institutions involved in agricultural development are: cooperatives, subak, development and educational institutions. The strength factors of the institution is a trust and a sense of belonging by farmer members, while a weakness is the lack of capital. The opportunity is to market the production for the cooperatives, while the threat is, the rise in prices, competitors such as financial institutions that can provide shuttle servise to farmers.


Institution; agricultural development; cultural village; SWOT analysis.

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