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PAPER
WOLRD WITH NO POVERTY
Filed as
TPB Course Assignment
By :
FAISAL MATEDI
200110170287
PADJADJARAN UNIVERSITY
FACULTY OF ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
SUMEDANG
2018
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FREFACE
Praise and gratitude we pray to the presence of Allah who has given physical and
spiritual health so that we can still enjoy the beauty of His creation. Sholawat and greetings
to the Prophet Muhammad SAW who has shown us a straight path in the form of Islamic
teachings.
The author here feels very grateful to have completed this paper which was given
the title world without poverty as the task of subjects TPB. In this paper the author tries to
explain what is poverty, the causes of poverty, how to overcome poverty and point of
viewPancasila about poverty.
The authors would like to thank all those who have assisted in the completion of
this paper. The author also understands that there are many shortcomings in this paper that
constructive criticism and suggestions will be helpful in improving the later works.
Sumedang, January 2018
Author
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAPER………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 1
FREFACE……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 2
TABLE OF CONTENTS ………………………………………………………………………………………… 3
CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION ………………………………………………………………………………. 4
A. Background of the Paper ……………………………………………………………………………….. 4
B. Problem Formulation…………………………………………………………………………………….. 4
C. Purpose of the Paper……………………………………………………………………………………… 5
CHAPTER II DISCUSSION……………………………………………………………………………………. 6
A. The Meaning of Poverty………………………………………………………………………………… 6
B. Causes of Poverty…………………………………………………………………………………………. 6
C. How to Overcome Poverty …………………………………………………………………………….. 7
D. How to Overcome Poverty by Point of View Pancasila……………………………………… 9
CHAPTER III CONCLUSION ………………………………………………………………………………. 11
A. Conclusion…………………………………………………………………………………………………. 11
B. Suggest ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… 11
BIBLIOGRAPHY ………………………………………………………………………………………………… 12
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CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTION
A. Background of the Paper
Poverty is the number one goal in sustainable development goal. Poverty is
born with the limitations of some people in meeting their needs. Poverty has existed
for a long time in almost all human civilizations. In every part of the world we can
be sure there is a rich and the poor. Where the rich always can meet their needs,
while the poor live in the limitations of the material that makes it worse.
In the majority of human opinion about poverty in essence they argue that
poverty describes a negative side, namely the buskers that make the uncomfortable
road users, beggars, slum houses under the bridge overpass that does not seem
beautiful, to pollute the river because of trash, mugging, theft, etc. Which mean
poverty relevant with dirty, grungy, lazy, naughty, undisciplined, the source of the
disease, chaos and even crime.
As problems become a global issue in every developing country, the
discourse on poverty about how to handle it should be a mandatory agenda for the
leaders of the country. The role of social workers in addressing the problem of
poverty is necessary, especially in providing advice and strategic planning about
what will be the policy of the government.
So in this paper I try to present a discussion about what is poverty, causes of
poverty, how to overcome poverty and How to overcome poverty by point of view
Pancasila.
B. Problem Formulation
1. What is poverty?
2. Causes of poverty?
3. How to overcome poverty?
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4. How to overcome poverty by point of view Pancasila?
C. Purpose of the Paper
1. Knowing what it’s poverty
2. Knowing the causes of poverty
3. Knowing how to overcome poverty
4. How to overcome poverty by point of view Pancasila
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CHAPTER II
DISCUSSION
A. The Meaning of Poverty
Poverty is about not having enough money to meet basic needs including food,
clothing and shelter. However, poverty is more, much more than just not having enough
money. Poverty is hunger. Pocerty is lack of shelter. Poverty is being sick and not being
able to see a doctor. Poverty is not having access to school and not knowing how to read.
Poverty is not having a job, is fear for the future, living one day at a time. Poverty has
many faces, changing from place to place and across time, and has been described in many
ways. Most often, poverty is situation people want to escape. Poverty is a call to action –
for the poor and the wealthy alike — a call to change the world so that many more may
have enough to eat, aadequate shelter, access to education and health, protection from
violence, and a voice in what happens in their communities (World Bank Organization).
B. Causes of Poverty
1. Ignorance
“Ignorance” here does not mean like they went to school and got bored. It’s not
that. But more to the absence of access to the education they need for their lives. For
example, fishermen may not need a lesson in physics but the knowledge will be variants of
the results of the sea can support them in optimizing the work.
2. Disease
In many areas that have yet to get to know modern medicine often get stuck
on myths about the disease that ultimately lead to death. Those who are not acquainted
with the activity of maintaining health are also usually have low productivity. The
limitations of their body condition makes them unable to work to its full potential so that
less prosperous.
3. Apathy
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Apathy is when people do not care, or when they feel so powerless that they do not
try to change things, to right a wrong, to fix a mistake, or to improve conditions.
The large number of problem financial background to life sometimes makes poor
people have less optimism. As a result, with the ‘ indifference ‘ them on yourself and
family, they ‘ choose ‘ to give up.
4. Dishonesty
Broadly speaking, this being the main cause of poverty in the world is difficult to
be eliminated. As long as government officials are only thinking to enrich himself, then
there will always be poor people. The sad thing is, this one cause of poverty is not only a
matter of nominal numbers stolen. Like, an official may be stealing 100 million dollars
from the education budget, actually he was taking 400 million dollars, or even more. How
can so? Supposed to be 100 million that could improve the lives of 100 students for
example, and the 100 students were able to restore the benefits to the surrounding
environment. The loss of 100 million gives a profound and widespread impact on poverty
of the community.
5. Dependency
This, one of the most important things you should know: the facts on the ground
say that compensation is not necessarily entirely solve the problem of poverty! When the
poor man ‘ accustomed ‘ given a donation, it will be difficult for them financially
independent. Mentally they are mental ‘ accept ‘, whereas the solution to poverty is jobs
and education.
(Bartle, 1967)
C. How to Overcome Poverty
According Dr. Dennis Labayen there is five effective ways to fight poverty.
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1. The people directly affected by the problems or issues of poverty in the community
have to be actively and authentically participating in the efforts to fight poverty
This means that the affected people themselves will be the major participants of the
intervention to fight poverty. Not only the formal leaders need to be consulted, but also the
affected themselves. Their worldview and situation should be taken into consideration and
through facilitation they become part of the process of addressing and resolving their
problems.
2. Create an organized group within the community to help many people rather than
working with a few individuals
Rather than working with individual persons, it is more effective to facilitate
collective and organized actions to help strengthen and empower people in poverty through
an organization. This means that it is not enough to provide assistance to individually
affected persons alone but through a collective organization each individual is developed
and steps are taken to address their problems and other problems in the future.
3. The people affected need to identify the issues
It is more effective when issues and problems are identified by the people. They
then begin to gain self-confidence and acquire capabilities in working together on simple
issues and problems. This means that their initial efforts and experience can be used
towards addressing more complex problems and issues. It is in identifying and acting on
their initial simple issues or problems that the affected people gain their self-confidence
and capability to identify other issues or problems which need to be addressed. Though
externally, well thought introduced projects can help fight poverty, without the people’s
active involvement and linking these projects with their own situation, identified issues and
problems, such projects will most likely not be sustained.
4. People in poverty need to understand that they can often address and solve their
own issues
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The affected people going through the process of fighting poverty should have a
raised level of consciousness about their situation and their capabilities in order to sustain
their collective efforts and also to address other issues and problems.
5. Fighting poverty takes time
The process of fighting poverty is not a simple and short–termed process,
especially if we want a deep transformation to take place to those affected. It takes time to
enable and facilitate the affected people so they can break the “culture of silence” and
become actors of their own development.
(Labayen, 1973)
D. How to Overcome Poverty by Point of View Pancasila
According with the mandate of the fifth sila of Pancasila “Keadilan Sosial Bagi Seluruh
Rakyat Indonesia”, containing the values that all the people of Indonesia should get a good
justice is justice in the eyes of the public, justice in the eyes of the law and justice in the
get his rights.
The relationship of Pancasila against poverty :
1. Sila-1
The content of the basic idea of Pancasila load of man in relation to God. The nation of
Indonesia expressed confidence and devotion towards God and therefore the Division
travelled to believe and love towards God in accordance with the religion and beliefs of
each according to the basic humanity of the fair and civilized.
So the first sila is a basis rather than an embodiment of sila-sila of the others, one of
them namely that alleviate poverty.
2. Sila-2
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“Kemanusian yang Adil dan Beradab” support high human values, love to do
humanitarian activities, and dared to defend truth and justice. Aware that human beings are
equal, then the nation of Indonesia found itself as part of the whole human race, therefore
support an attitude of respect and cooperate with our fellow human beings and other
Nations to reduce poverty
3. Sila-3
“Persatuan Indonesia” Indonesia puts the unity as well as the interests and safety of the
nation and the country above personal interests and classes. Unity was developed on the
basis of Bhineka Tunggal Ika, with promoting guidelines for the sake of unity. Unity
means the fusion of various diverse schemes being a roundness, as well as between fellow
human beings help each other between one another, giving priority to the public interest
rather than personal interests, and help to who needs help.
4. Sila-4
The people of Indonesia live up to and respect any decision the results of deliberation,
therefore all parties concerned should take it and carry it out in good faith and is full of a
sense of responsibility. Here the common interests take precedence over personal interest
or group. The talks in the deliberations undertaken with common sense and in accordance
with the conscience of the sublime. The decisions taken should be morally accountable to
God Almighty, supporting high dignity and human dignity and the values of truth and
justice. In carrying out the consultative, trust is given to representatives of the Envoy, a
decision that has been made not to harm any party so that the social gap in the community
is not too apparent. And the essence of representative deliberation than is the prosper
community life.
5. Sila-5
With sila “Keadilan Bagi Seluruh Rakyat Indonesia”, Indonesian people to realize the
same rights and obligations to create social justice in public life in the world. It was
developed in the framework of the lofty deeds which reflect the attitude and a family
atmosphere and mutual. For it developed an attitude of fair to others, keeping the
continuity between rights and obligations and respect the rights of others.
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CHAPTER III
CONCLUSION
A. Conclusion
From the discussion above it can be concluded several things as follows :
1. Poverty is hunger. Pocerty is lack of shelter. Poverty is being sick and not being
able to see a doctor. Poverty is not having access to school and not knowing how to
read. Poverty is not having a job, is fear for the future, living one day at a time.
2. There are five causes of poverty : ignorance, disease, apathy, dishonesty and
dependency
3. There are five how to overcome poverty : The people directly affected by the
problems or issues of poverty in the community have to be actively and
authentically participating in the efforts to fight poverty, create an organized group
within the community to help many people rather than working with a few
individuals, the people affected need to identify the issues, people in poverty need
to understand that they can often address and solve their own issues and fighting
poverty takes time
4. all sila in pancasila can be the solution to reduce poverty
B. Suggest
The citizen of the world especially Indonesians must uphold the values of pancasila
in their life, because the values of pancasila is very attached to the problem of poverty.
Can be started with more devoted to each of their God because I believe all religion is
definitely taught to help each other’s.
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Gosseslin, Marc. (2009). What is poverty?. Seen 11 January 2018, from
http://www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/departments/esic/overview/content/what_is_poverty
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Rahmani, Rosa. (2015, 04 May). Fakir Miskin dan Nilai Pancasila. Seen 12 January
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