Ngo dan Pengentasan Masalah Kemiskinan
AbstractDevelopment is related to modernization (Willis, 2005). Development requires involvement of the state as the responsible and supervisor of national economy. The development of the state can not only be measured from economic, such as trade activites both local, national and international. Development itself should be able to guarantee not only the economic welfare (macro), but also social welfare of society (micro). The actor as an actor in the development turned out to have weaknesses, especially its in improving the social welfare of the community in particular. This is what causes poverty to be a problem that has not been solved by the state. The problem of non-resolving poverty is the cause of the emergence of other actors, namely Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) to help governments solve poverty problems through ‘empowerment programs.
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