SB IPB, Bogor – Essential oil (Atsiri) currently growing as potential commodities for export, which historically was also target of the colonizers earlier. Indonesia is one of the world’s essential producers such as patchouli, cloves, cinnamon and fragrant lemongrass. M. Prayoga Sunandar a.k.a Yoga, a student of Master program of SB-IPB University realize and see this opportunities to develop essential business in his native region as well as one of essential’s producer area, Jambi.
He aware that lot of non optimal land utilized by the farmers. It commonly occur due to lack of farmers’ knowledge about essential as another potential commodity apart of oil palm and rubber. Moreover, farmers exchange rate (NTP) in those area is still low. Finding this fact, Yoga decided to convince the farmers to start planting essential and established CV Jambi Sentra Herbalindo. This startup business has running since 2018 which aim to grow economic independence by increasing NTP’s through planting essential commodities thus farmers have alternative choices for planted commodities. As a sociopreneur who has big dreams, Yoga obviously encounter many risks and obstacle. Besides of capital, limited farmers’ knowledge about essential oil make education and assistance for farmers are highly required thus the farmers will interest for planting essential commodities.
“Investments in equipments and materials are still challenging at the moment. Hence we try to collaborate between farmers since not all of them are affordable to buy seeds and equipments,” Yoga said. Furthermore, Yoga said that most important things of this business is not only focussing on quantity, but also on product’s quality. They presented a tool for production quality level checking since many farmers was fooled and considered their yield is not good if its cheap priced. Hence overall business process, starting from socialization, planting, production (refining, harvesting), until distribution has well planned.
During current Covid-19 pandemic, he admit that the business has affected as well. “Several factories was closed but it already gradually return to normal now. We decided to selling hand sanitizers since there is an increasing trend but it mixed with essential oil, so there would be a difference,” Yoga said. Various constraints and existing risks that faced by CV Jambi Sentra Herbalindo, the business remains survives despite the fact that abroad market has a distrust of Indonesia’s products. It motivated Yoga to develop traceability system for every produced product thus reducing fraud possibility and increasing trust from foreign markets against Indonesia’s essential business.
“We believe this is a huge potential since Europe’s essentials demand has rising, and it probably influenced by people who begin entered aging population so they tend to choose natural product. We also have owned organic certification which require to enter Europe’s market,” he said. Recently CV Jambi Sentra Herbalindo becomes raw material supplier for industries with 35 fostered farmers which offered products such as fragrant lemongrass, betel oil, and patchouli. CV Jambi Sentra Herbalindo has been also working with Science and Techno Park, IPB University who will mentored the business development. Furthermore, Yoga also following exporters program assistance held by Center for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries (CBI) Netherlands to learn about reaching export market. Yoga’s decision for continuing his education in Master program of SB-IPB University is not aimless. He want to increase his knowledge regarding business strategy on agro-industry sector that he is currently doing, broading his network and relation, as well as knowing more in business-related insights globaly.
At the end of the interview, Yoga convey some messages for peer entrepreneurs, especially that just getting started. “Business is an art, it takes a long process to reach the success. Of course there would be a lot of hurdles, our job to think how we could endure, consistent, and planning good strategy,” he said. Then, Yoga also advised all peer who interested in exports business, “Indonesia own many potential commodities that can be exported, however the most important thing is we know who is our buyer to minimize constraints at a later time. Besides that, we also have to know properly about regulation in every country, countries’ needs, and maintain relationship with our abroad relatives and collegues.”
SB IPB, Bogor – In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, SB-IPB University conducted online lecture activities through asynchronous method using Learning Management System (LMS) and synchronous method using Zoom Cloud Meeting as well. Here are some useful tips for study from home using Zoom Cloud Meeting.
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Should I bounce back from the trauma and get back to starting a business (again)? If I get up, will my business succeed this time? Will Mr. T’s so-called trauma vanish from inside me forever?
Start (to) Up is a book that comes with new genre as ‘Fusion 3 in1’ which blends theory and practice of building a business start-up into a light-hearted life novel story. The book born from thoughts and hands of Fitri Kinasih Husnul Khotimah (Alumni of SB IPB’s Bachelor and currently studying for Master degree in SB IPB) and David Cornelis (PhD student in SB IPB) and has published by Elexmedia publisher. It officially circulated throughout Gramedia on November 18, 2019. Setting up on the campus of SB IPB, Start (to) Up tells story of fall and awake to establish business start-up and combined with story of love and life journey. Presented with elaboration quotes on each page, the book was able to motivate readers and enjoying the story.
Parviz Shipping Company was destroyed by invisible opponents which caused its lost trillions of rupiah. Turning Parviz family’s life into its lowest point. Leaving a trail of trauma in the mind of their heir, Denial Parviz. I’m Denial who shackled to a stranger named Trauma. Fear and anxiety are present with him, every time I deal with the cruel reality of the business world. Especially when fate always leads me to that world, a world that I never wanted to live in. Until I was finally reunited with Millen who was also deceived by the trauma. Befriending with her is like a traumatised couple trying to live together.
Can I live in the shadow of trauma? Did I make every effort to conquer it? Or is it the sense of trauma that will continue to overwhelm me? Time and time I tried to bounce back from that trauma by starting different types of businesses, many times I fell into greater trauma since it repeatedly failed. Until I choose to end my life in a vain way, suicidal. Unfortunately, Millen and Reynand came before I ended my life. Millen, the girl that I secretly in love asked me to try to bounce back from the trauma and get back into business (again).
School of Business IPB University (SB-IPB) held the International Competition 2020 which part of International E-Conference BIEC 2020 (Business Innovation and Engineering Conference) and 2nd ICRMIA 2020 (International Conference on Risk Management as Interdisciplinary Approach) events, as well as E-summer course Business Innovation and Management (BIM) 2020. Participants who can participate in the International Competition 2020 are participants who are registered in the International E-Conference and E-Summer Course.
The winning category in the International Competition 2020 consists of 1) Business Innovation and Management (BIM) 2020 E-summer course activities with two categories namely Best Innovative Solution and Best Genuine Solution; 2) BIEC 2020 (Business Innovation and Engineering Conference) and 2nd ICRMIA 2020 (International Conference on Risk Management as Interdisciplinary Approach) respectively category Best Undergraduate (S1) Student Paper and Best Undergraduate (S1) Student E-Poster. Each category is won by the three best groups.
The International Competition for Business Innovation and Management (BIM) E-summer course activities is assessed in the form of papers and essay presentations with case studies in various industries such as food and beverage industry, expedition services, health, agriculture and tourism with topics on innovation in the normal era. The process of essay preparation is carried out during the E-summer course, while the materials submitted by the lecturers of the E-summer course can be enrichment in the creation of the essay competition.
The group placed first in the category of The Most Genuine Idea Essay with theme “Digital Technology and Healthy Zoo Innovation in The New Normal After Covid-19 in Pandemic Era” achieved by group:
- Arif Dzulfikar – IPB University
- Jessica Laurelia – Bandung Institute of Technology
- Intan Wahyu Pratiwi – IPB University
- Sulistiowati Nur Faimi – IPB University
- Sakurako Matsuzaki – Tokyo University of Agriculture
Meanwhile, the group placed first in The Most Innovative Essay category with theme “ADM Express: An Automatic Machine for Delivering Packages using Technology as An Innovation in Expedition Service Sector” achieved by group:
- Murodjon Urmonov – Putra Business School
- Siti Rosidah – IPB University
- Fathya Dhiya Ulhaq – IPB University
- Pangestika Krisnamurti – IPB University
- Syahidatul Nadia binti Bahurudin – University Utara Malaysia
In the category of Best Undergradute Student Paper BIEC 2020 was won by Sijo G. Joy, Adhil Iqbal, Robin David, Anandu M. S, Sharukhan S of Vidya Academy of Science and Technology Technical Campus, Kilimanoor, Trivadrum, Kerala, India with paper titled Development and Performance Evaluation of Environment-Friendly Thermal Insulation Material from Floating Weed Salvinia Molesta and Rice Straw, while Best Undergradute Student E-Poster BIEC 2020 category was won by Nastasya Larasati Lontoh and Andina Oktariani from School of Business IPB University with poster titled Setting Up Sustainable Development Of Social Enterprises Model In Indonesia.
In the category of Best Undergradute Student Paper ICRMIA 2020 was won by Dystiana Putri Abistha, Henny K. Suwarsinah, Annisa Ramadanti from School of Business IPB University with paper titled Operational Risk Management in the Digital Food Supply Chain Business of Etanee, while the category Best Undergradute Student E-Poster ICRMIA 2020 was achieved by Savelia Salsa Bila, Agustina Widi Palupiningrum, Hartoyo from School of Business IPB University with poster titled Analysis of The Operational Risk Management of Agrotourism PTPN. VIII Gunung Mas Puncak, Bogor West Java.
(Bogor, July 20, 2020) School of Business IPB University (SB-IPB) has held the opening of E-Summer Course Business Innovation and Management (BIM) 2020 which carries the topic “The New Dynamics of Business Innovation & Engineering: Creating and Protecting Value in the Era of Industry 4.0 & Society 5.0“. The opening presents the Rector of IPB University Prof. Dr. Arif Satria, SP, M.Si by giving a direct speech to all participants.
BIM is a cooperation program between IPB University, Indonesia; University of Northern Malaysia, Putra Business School, Malaysia; Hiroshima University, Japan; Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland; and Kirirom Institute of Technology, Cambodia. The BIM E-Summer Course will be held in a virtual concept on July 20 – 28, 2020. BIM’s E-Summer Course is the first event held as an initiation/first step of creating a global virtual platform and network to facilitate cross-border students with knowledge enrichment and explore international experiences from their homes. A total of 172 participants from 11 universities have enrolled in the program. School of Business IPB University (SB-IPB) welcomes students from other departments at IPB University, other universities in Indonesia and other state universities. Students participating in the program come from 14 countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, Cambodia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Iraq, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Somalia, and United Kingdom.
This series of BIM E-Summer Course programs is filled with a combination of teachers from IPB University Business School (Prof. Noer Azam Achsani, Dr. Idqan Fahmi, and Dr. Hartoyo) and international universities, i.e lecturers from The University of Northern Malaysia (Associate Prof. Farizal Rajemi and Dr. Emy Ezura), Putra Business School, Malaysia (Prof. Sazali Abdul Wahab and Dr. Ahmad Shaharuddin); Hiroshima University, Japan (Dr. Yusuke Hayashi); Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland (Dr. Rafal Balina); and Kirirom Institute of Technology, Cambodia (Dr. Masamu Kamaga). There are 10 lecturers teaching specific topics tailored to common themes in the online course series, such as business competitiveness, innovation, sustainability, and management. At the end of the session, the team of lecturers and participants can publish an international book chapter taken from various learnings during the summer course process.
E-Summer Course participants are divided into 30 groups of 5-6 people consisting of multistrates (Bachelor and Postgraduate). The time span that participants must provide is 8 hours per day to complete the entire program. The program consists of three main activities, namely Online Lectures (synchronous and/or asynchronous), Quiz/Self-Assessment, and Team Assignments. Participants must take part in online course/video lesson, assess their knowledge and understanding through quizzes, engage with other participants and collaborate on their innovation ideas by doing team work and participating in international competitions. Participants are encouraged to explore knowledge within a logical framework in order to understand well the topic.
This online-based summer course is designed with interactive lecture methods. One of the activity models that is part of the E-Summer Course that triggers interactive participants with Ecofunopoly, an educational game based on the environment by IPB University alumni. This BIM activity has a weight equivalent to 2 SKS and the score can be transfer. In addition to the e-summer course program, there is also an essay competition for participants who are included in the series of activities. The online lecture session will start on July 21-25 and will close on July 27 with the final exam in the form of Project Presentation which is part of the international competition. Summer course participants are automatically enrolled in international conferences organized by SB-IPB namely BIEC 2020 (Business Innovation and Engineering Conference) and 2nd ICRMIA 2020 (International Conference on Risk Management as Interdisciplinary Approach) as well as the opportunity to engage in international competitions.
BIM 2020 e-summer course is closed with the Business Innovation and Engineering Conference (BIEC). At the end of the activity was announced three best student e-summer courses, i.e Nguyen Hanh Nhung (Tokyo University of Agriculture), Diana Marina and Ardelia Nadhilah Rosyad (School of Business IPB University). All three are considered to have excellent skills in completing various quizzes, essays, assignments and are very active in the learning process. All three are proud to be part of the E-summer course and hope that these good activities can be implemented periodically because they are considered to provide a very interesting experience as well as providing the ability to identify and recognize business opportunities, integrate information, theory, and best practices into the analysis of business organizational problems. It also strengthens the competitiveness of existing business organizations in the face of global competition, working together as a team and developing international networks and communicating arguments effectively in verbal and written formats to many stakeholders.
IPB University officially published the letter circular regarding the determination of the start of the academic year2020/2021 and organizing activities academic and student affairs on June 10, 2020. With this circular, Prof. Dr. Arif Satria, M.Si. as the chancellor implementing academic activities
at IPB University in a New Normal Order. On previous circular, the leadership of IPB University
decided to gradually loosen up restrictions on admission to the IPB campus (Partially Close
Down) since 30 May 2020 with working protocol on new normal situation.
Learning and working at home activities are still carried out online or in non-face-to-face methods others, but each IPB work unit (including SB-IPB) has implemented a staff assignment for picket on every weekday. This makes SB-IPB prepare adequate health protocols for support the policies that have been issued by IPB University. Several health protocols in the new normal order that have been implemented by SB-IPB are campus entrance protocol by checking the temperature by security officers, providing signs a warning to apply social / physical distancing both when entering campus and at the lobby and service spots on campus, providing hand sanitizers at every corner of the campus,
facilitating SB-IPB staff and lecturers by distributing masks and face shields, socializing the rules staff or lecturers who are less healthy for Work From Home and still minimize the service as well as face-to-face agenda by maximizing technology and online admin
Business Talk Series (BTS): Coping Behavior of Individuals and Families Against The Covid-19 Pandemic
Bogor, 29 June 2020 – School of Business IPB University (SB-IPB) is back holding a Business Talk Series
(BTS) seventh edition on Monday (29/6). SB-IPB collaborates with the faculty Human Ecology IPB University (FEMA IPB) have the opportunity to host the Webinar Series fifth held by the Asian Association forConsumer Interest and Marketing (AACIM) in collaboration with the London School of
Public Relations (LSPR), Airlangga University (UNAIR), Ten Institute of Technology November (ITS), STIE Perbanas, and BPKN. This webinar raises the topic “Coping Behavior of Individuals and Families Against
The Covid-19 Pandemic “. Five were invited to this webinar the speakers, namely (1) Ir. Yahya Agung Kuntadi, MM explained about this Quo Vadis The Rational Thinking in Covid19 Pandemic (2) Dr. Ir. Dwi Hastuti, M.Sc talk about shaping the character of HR in the TUNA era (3) Dr. Megawati Simanjuntak, SP, M.Si raised the topic of Strategy Coping Indonesian Families Facing The Covid-19 Pandemic (4) Prof. Dr. Ir. Yosini Deliana, MS explained about the shift Patterns of Consumer Spending during the Pandemic Covid-19; and (5) Dr. Yudha Heryawan Asnawi, MM who closed the webinar session with a discussion related to Social Facts during the Covid-19 Pandemic from an ethical and business point of view.
The webinar was opened by the presenter of the SB IPB undergraduate students namely Neldo and Maria Jacklyn right at 08.30 WIB. The event started by presenting the profile videos of the Business School, FEMA, and AACIM then continued by singing the song Indonesia Raya. After that, the speech by Prof. Dr. Noer Azam Achsani, MS as Dean of SB IPB and Prof. Dr. Ir. Ujang Sumarwan, M.Sc as President of AACIM.
Afterwards, the webinar was taken over by Moderators, namely Hanif and Fitry Primadona. One by one the speaker is given the opportunity for ten minutes to explain their respective material, then continued with a discussion session filled with several questions from the participants on
Ir. Yahya Agung Kuntadi, MM said that the flow of thoughts possessed by humans can classified into two types namely rational and emotional. Rational thought rests on logic in response to phenomena that are analyzed with a certain process and temporarily arranged the mind emotional rests on feelings that are analyzed quickly and there are no standard rules. Thought rational is needed by humans to make a decision in the midst of such uncertain conditions. This is the case at this time during the Covid-19 pandemic. Furthermore, Dr. Ir. Dwi Hastuti focuses on the psychological impact experienced by the family which also results by the Covid-19 pandemic. “The solution to face the new era is how to create the environment free from stress and try to manage it, stimulate the brain with happy hormones, relaxation with light motor activity, as well as eating good food. Furthermore,it is also important to build positive emotions and create sources of happiness in the family because emotion is the energy to communicate, to spread positive energy around family lifeand society. ” He said. Megawati Simanjuntak SP, M.Si said that the family is the smallest unit that is affected covid-19, mainly from the economic condition or the income side. The changes that occur cause many workers were laid off or laid off. “Based on data from the SEMRU Research Institute There has been an increase in the percentage of poor families in Indonesia due to the Covid-19 pandemic from 8.2% to 15.4%, besides that, family feelings also showed worse results. Therefore, each family must do a coping strategy by limiting expenses and adding stream of income “he said.
Prof. Dr. Ir. Yosini Deliana, MS said that the shift in spending patterns was caused by the economy
who are disturbed by layoffs. “The spending patterns of various types of consumers during this pandemic can be seen from the aspect of income, products purchased, how to shop, and the focus of the goods purchased. Between generations also have their respective preferences. However, there are things that don’t change in the new era, for example there must be experiential value, the desire to get a fair price, and consider the advantages and shortcomings. ” He explained. Meanwhile, Dr. Yudha Heryawan Asnawi said that the virtual market is expanding causing market deconstruction to shift from voluntary exchange become an ambiguity exchange, thus creating a coercive market or “forced market” and power reinforcement that suppresses consumer resilience. Therefore, a rule or
institutions that maintain morals and ethics in business that fulfill three things, namely supporting existence humans, social systems, and the space of live. The webinar ended at 11:30 am with a closing statement from Prof. Ujang Sumarwan as president of AACIM
Most people know taxes only to fulfill their obligations to the state, without have sufficient knowledge whether it is correct according to the applicable regulations. To understand taxes that we pay, we must understand comprehensively from the legal aspects of the tax, basis tax imposition, tax determination, tax disputes, and the rights and obligations of taxpayers.
To accommodate these needs, SB IPB initiated the AB Tax Brevet Training held every Saturday. This training includes 18 meetings that lasted sinceNovember 30, 2019 to April 11, 2020. By attending the AB Tax Brevet Training, benefits the participants got were as follows:
- The Brevet AB Tax Training Certificate will be an added value when applying for work
- Accelerate tax analysis skills so as to facilitate work, especially those occupied accounting and tax position.
- For managers, understanding the science of taxation will allow them to control and check their employees work related to taxation
- Creating skilled tax staff
- Preparation to take Tax Consultant Certification, both for personal and corporate purposes needed at this point
- Provide technical knowledge regarding tax reporting and calculation
The material presented at the AB Tax Brevet Training includes: KUP, PBB, BPHTB, BM, PPh Pot / Put, PPN,OP PPh, Corporate Income Tax, Tax Accounting, and e-SPT. The training is delivered using the learning method theory and practice, enriched with discussions, cases, and exercises. Practitioners who are competent, experienced, and certified tax consultant (BKP) supports the delivery of learning materials well. In addition, this training also provides facilities in the form of coffee breaks, lunch boxes, modules and certificates for the participants.
AB’s Tax Brevet Training contained various positive responses from the participants. Puti Gaisani, participant from the SB IPB Masters program said that while studying Brevet SB IPB was very fun, especially the teachers are engrossed in and add insight into taxes. Rachmat Ramadhan, participants from Pancasila University also said that the implementation of this training was good, the committee was alert,and existing facilities are very supportive of learning. AB Tax Brevet Training participants consist of: various backgrounds, such as entrepreneurs, private employees, both undergraduate and postgraduate students graduates from IPB and non-IPB. So much public interest in this training, even before the end of the training, there were dozens of potential participants who had registered for the training next session.
The admin of the AB Tax Brevet Training is a student of class R62 for Master of Management Study Program and SB-IPB Business. This activity provides an experience for the R62 class to implement knowledge from lectures into real practice such as how marketing strategies, management HR in organizations, financial management in business activities and other administrative processes. In the process, the R62 Class also gained experience in the form of challenges and how looking for solutions to these challenges in a business activity. This R62 Class activity is also supported by the leadership, lecturers and academic staff of the IPB Business School so that the AB Tax Brevet Training it can go smoothly. The net proceeds from AB’s Tax Brevet Training activities are partly used for donationshumanity related to the Covid-19 pandemic that is currently ongoing and some others used to support the academic activities of Class R62. Hopefully AB’s Tax Brevet Training activities this can be an inspiration for other students and bring benefits to the training participants, SB IPB and the parties involved in this activity.
Jakarta, 9 Juni 2020—Badan Keahlian DPR RI dan Sekolah Bisnis IPB University (SB-IPB) bekerja sama mengadakan Webinar yang mengusung topik “Strategi Ketahanan Pangan di Era New Normal Pandemi Covid 19” pada Selasa (9/6), membahas mengenai pandemi Covid-19 yang melanda Indonesia sejak bulan Februari 2020 telah berdampak pada berbagai sektor, salah satunya sektor pertanian karena merupakan sektor yang melakukan pemenuhan terhadap kebutuhan dasar masyarakat seperti kebutuhan pangan yang meliputi pertanian pangan, ternak, sayuran dan buah buahan, serta perkebunan. Sektor pertanian menjadi sangat penting pada masa pandemi Covid-19 karena berkaitan erat dengan ketahanan pangan.
Dalam webinar ini menghadirkan para narasumber, yaitu 1) Menteri Pertanian RI, Dr. Syahrul Yasin Limpo yang mengangkat topik tentang “Kebijakan Pemerintah dalam Menjamin Ketahanan Pangan Di Era New Normal Pandemi Covid 19; 2) Ketua Komisi IV DPR RI, Sudin, SE berbicara seputar tentang “Implementasi Fungsi Pengawasan dan Legislasi DPR RI dalam Menjamin Ketahanan Pangan Di Era New Normal Pandemi Covid 19”; dan 3) Rektor IPB University, Prof. Dr. Arif Satria, SP., M.Si. menyampaikan topik tentang “Inovasi Perguruan Tinggi Untuk Menjamin Ketahanan Pangan Di Era New Normal Pandemi Covid 19”. Bertindak sebagai moderator yaitu Dekan SB-IPB, Prof. Dr.Ir. Noer Azam Achsani, MS. Webinar ini terbuka untuk umum dan dihadiri oleh berbagai stakeholder yang terdiri dari legislatif, eksekutif/pemerintah, dosen, mahasiswa, praktisi bisnis, dan masyarakat dengan berbagai jenis profesi.
Ketahanan pangan menjadi salah satu hal yang penting pada saat pandemi Covid 19 karena dapat mengakibatkan berbagai permasalahan di antaranya terganggunya produksi, distribusi, dan konsumsi kebutuhan pokok akibat diberlakukannya pembatasan sosial berskala besar dan larangan perjalanan bagi masyarakat. Kondisi ini dapat memicu kekhawatiran jika Indonesia akan mengalami krisis pangan. Hal ini dikuatkan dengan pendapat Organisasi Pangan Dunia atau Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) yang menyampaikan akan adanya ancaman kelangkaan pangan di masa pandemi Covid 19.
”Terdapat 3 agenda utama pada masa pandemi Covid 19, yaitu pertama agenda darurat/jangka pendek yang terdiri dari stabilitas harga pangan termasuk pengendalian harga, fasilitas pembiayaan petani dan padat karya pertanian; yang kedua adalah agenda temporary/menengah diversifikasi pangan lokal, supporting daerah-daerah defisit dan antisipasi kekeringan; dan yang ketiga agenda permanen/jangka panjang yakni ekstensifikasi tanaman pangan, peningkatan produksi per tahun, pengembangan korporasi petani dan pengembangan para petani milenial,” ujar Menteri Pertanian.
Berdasarkan data dari Kementerian Pertanian diketahui perkiraan ketersediaan pangan strategis nasional untuk bulan Maret hingga Agustus 2020 yakni untuk beras tersedia 25,6 juta ton dari kebutuhan 15 juta ton; jagung sebanyak 13,7 juta ton dari kebutuhan 9,1 juta ton; bawang merah tersedia 1,06 juta ton dari kebutuhan 701.482 ton; dan cabai besar tersedia 657.467 ton dari kebutuhan 551.261 ton. Selanjutnya, daging kerbau/sapi tersedia 517.872 ton (290.000 ton diantaranya berasal dari impor) dari kebutuhan 476.035 ton; daging ayam ras 2 juta ton dari kebutuhan 1,7 juta ton; minyak goreng 23,4 juta ton dari kebutuhan 4,4 juta ton; dan stok gula pasir yang terdapat di gudang distributor sebanyak 159.000 ton. Meskipun berdasarkan data Kementerian Pertanian stok pangan nasional mengalami surplus namun hal ini bukan berarti Indonesia terbebas dari ancaman krisis pangan. Hal ini dikarenakan pandemi Covid-19 belum pasti kapan akan berakhir.
Dalam rangka menjamin ketahanan pangan di masa pandemi Covid 19 di Indonesia, Pemerintah telah menyiapkan berbagai strategi seperti memantau stabilitas harga kebutuhan pokok agar tidak meroket dan meningkatkan produksi pangan nasional berbasis pertanian rakyat serta keberpihakan kepada petani kecil. Untuk mewujudkan hal ini Pemerintah melakukan realokasi anggaran yang lebih besar untuk dialokasikan pada bantuan benih/bibit, program padat karya, stabilisasi stok dan harga pangan, dan distribusi dan transportasi pangan.
Selain itu upaya lain yang dilakukan oleh Pemerintah dalam rangka menjamin ketahanan pangan yaitu memberlakukan new normal. New normal merupakan langkah yang diambil Pemerintah untuk memulihkan kehidupan sosial dan ekonomi. Penerapan new normal yang dilakukan oleh Pemerintah merujuk pada indikator yang dikeluarkan oleh World Health Organization (WHO) dengan beberapa penyesuaian berdasarkan kebutuhan Pemerintah.
”Sektor pertanian merupakan sektor strategis dan harus mendapatkan perhatian karena memiliki jumlah tenaga kerja yang besar, dimana produksi mengalami penurunan tetapi konsumsi tinggi. Tantangannya adalah bagaimana memenuhi kebutuhan pangan masyarakat guna menjamin ketahanan pangan dan di sisi lain juga berperan terhadap pemulihan ekonomi,” ujar Ketua Komisi IV DPR.
Keberadaan perguruan tinggi menjadi sangat penting dalam pencapaian pembangunan pertanian di Indonesia karena perguruan tinggi dapat memberikan pandangan, pemikiran, dan masukan terhadap strategi kebijakan yang akan diambil oleh Pemerintah serta menciptakan inovasi yang mampu menjamin ketersediaan pangan di era new normal pandemi Covid 19.
”Stimulus ekonomi dan kemandirian pangan adalah penting untuk bertahan pada era pandemi Covid 19, solusi dalam ketahanan pangan adalah pengembangan produksi skala rumah tangga dan substitusi impor, IPB sudah dan akan terus melakukan pengembangan inovasi yang menggandeng para petani milenial dalam produksi pangan untuk menyuplai kebutuhan-kebutuhan pangan di kota-kota besar di seluruh Indonesia,” ujar Rektor IPB University.
Dokumentasi video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6RVfUXFpk4
IPB Business School organizes general a special lecture for the SB-IPB community with speakers. Dr. Ir. Anny Ratnawati, MS (16/5). Sheis a lecturer at IPB Business School, at the same timepractitioners who had served as Representatives Minister of Finance. There were 132 participants following the general lecture on the theme “CrisisGlobal: How Do We Act? ”. Activities opened and moderated by Prof. Noer Azam Achsani as Dean of the SB IPB Business School at 10.00 WIB, followed by an explanation by the speaker. Data was shown at the beginning of the presentation world economy and growth predictions global economy 2020 will be tough enough. Dr. Ir. Anny Ratnawati also conveyed that the predicted numbers have never happened where almost all countries experience economic contraction simultaneously. On projectionIndonesia’s growth itself shows divergence amid the uncertainties predicted by various institutions.
Dr. Anny briefly discussed the crisis experienced by Indonesia in 1997-1998, 2011, and 2018 as material for reflection so that we can best respond to the current crisis. Further the data shows that economic activity in almost all countries especially in the service sector showed a sharp decline in March 2020. Data Volatility Index initially increased in January to March, began to declinein April which showed less volatility. Hopefully this is a relatively stable signal because in some countries, the effects of COVID-19 can be controlled. Other data shows that the increase in inflation in Indonesia is considered very low, amounting to 0.08 percent because generally if you enter the month of Ramadan and approach Eid al-Fitr, there will be relative inflationhigh.
Another interesting data is that Indonesia’s trade balance was surplus in March amounting to 743.4 million US Dollars. This surplus was caused by a faster decline in imports than export. It was also stated that monetary and fiscal policies need to be encouraged to improve consumption, investment, state spending, and to cover the possibility of insufficient net exportsin driving the economy. The 2020 APBN adjustments are one example of how fiscal expansion is carried out. Widening a deficit of more than 3 percent is due to decreasing state income, while state spending must improved in relation to emergency response. In this case the government has implemented a counter syclical policy.
Then how do we behave or respond to this COVID-19 crisis? So as not to fall too deep, hence food stability must be the key, including availability, distribution and price. Learning Furthermore, from the past crisis, political stability must be maintained, must ensure the group. The lower class has sufficient life and food needs, and maintains the middle class society don’t panic. In essence, as a good society, what needs to be done is to maintain body immunity, lifestyle, and follow the rules that are enforced. At the end of his presentation, he emphasized that a country must have three main resilience namely food, energy and water security.
The discussion and question and answer session was very interactive, various problems were discussed and discussed in the Virtual Room Zoom. At the beginning of the discussion, Bu Anny provoked him by saying one question “what to do with the demographic dividend that is starting to happen now with peak in 2050? ”. Followed by various questions from the participants regarding crisis 2020, demographic bonuses, local food, village funds, banking risk in times of crisis, assistance Direct Cash (BLT), to matters relating to export-import and resource utilization local power. At the end, was conveyed by Mrs. Anny, “Let us keep the spirit and believe that this crisis is ends soons and contains a goodness. With difficulties, there must be convenience, stay positive thinking