Food Security in Flood Disaster-Program Regions, Kagungan Ratu Village, Negeri Katon District, Pesawaran Regency
This study aims to analyze the Food Security of Heads of Poor Families in Flood-Prone Areas, Kagungan Ratu Village, Negeri Katon District, Pesawaran Regency. The points of study are: food availability, food stability, food accessibility, and food quality. This study uses a descriptive method with a spatial approach. The population in this study were 290 heads of poor families and the sample in this study was 39. The sampling technique in this study used proportional random sampling. Data collection techniques using observation, questionnaires, interviews, and documentation. descriptive analysis using a spatial approach. The results of the study showed that: (1) The food availability of the heads of poor families was mostly classified as moderate, namely as many as 25 (64.1%); (2) high food stability as many as 26 (66.7%); (3) the majority of food accessibility is high (92.3%); (4) Food quality is mostly low (61.5%); and (5) food security is mostly low (66.6%). The conclusion in the study is that the food security of the household heads in the research area is strongly influenced by food availability, food stability, food accessibility, and food quality.
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