Wahab (1992) defines tourism as the movement of people to destinations outside their normal places of work and residence, the activities undertaken during their stay in these destinations, and the facilities created to cater to their needs. It is essential to define one of the major components of tourism which is the tourist. “Tourist” is derived from the term “tour” which according to Webster’s International Dictionary (1961: 2417), means “a journey at which one returns to the starting point; a circular trip usually for business, pleasure or education during which various places are visited and for which an itinerary is usually planned”. The Oxford English Dictionary (1993:190) defines tourist as “one who makes a tour or tours; especially one who does this for recreation; one who travels for pleasure or culture, one who visits a number of places for their objects of interest, scenery or the like.” It is useful to acknowledge that tourism development can be a capital- intensive undertaking, especially in terms of
The health development which had been done in nearly the last 40 years has undergone enormous changes and improvements in policies. In Pelita I the policies were more emphasized on consolidation. The service functions were directed more towards integration and comprehensively being focused more on the governmental sectors. In the years 1980s the service model started to shift towards the private sector. In Pelita II the policies were prioritized on equity such as through Inpres (presidential instruction) on health facilities and manpower. During Pelita III and IV, beside equality, attention is also given to health service quality improvement. The matter is reflected among others on the change in puskesmas function to become caring puskesmas. Next, during Pelita V a policy has been determined to put midwives in the villages.
This list is offered accompanying a booklet on the outline of the whole Plan. It is to be noted that some parts of the original list are omitted (names of places, details of explanation etc.), some detailed division of comprehensive projects have been left out. On the other hand, colomns 8 and 9 have been inserted giving a clearer picture oh the times for execution. Some projects do not show fixed time limits, other with sub-sections have various duration in which case we have put down the maximum period.
Salah satu wilayah yang berpotensi untuk pengembangan budidaya lebah madu adalah Kecamatan Sukaresmi di Kabupaten Cianjur. Di wilayah ini, budidaya lebah madu mulai diusahakan sejak tahun 2006. Jenis lebah madu yang dibudidayakan adalah Apis mellifera (Lebah Eropa) dengan rata-rata produksi sebesar 3-4 ton/tahun. Kendala utama yang dihadapi dalam budidaya tersebut adalah keterbatasan sumber pakan yang berasal dari tanaman yang menghasilkan nektar atau pollen (serbuk sari). Adanya keterbatasan pakan dan sifat migratory lebah Apis mellifera menyebabkan pada bulan-bulan tertentu lebah harus digembalakan ke luar Kabupaten Cianjur untuk meningkatkan produksi madu. Salah satu upaya untuk untuk mengatasi hal tersebut, Pemerintah Kabupaten Cianjur melalui Dinas Kehutanan dan Perkebunan menyusun Partisipatory Business Plan (PBP) untuk membangun Taman Wisata Lebah. Konsep dasar dalam PBP ini yaitu melaksanakan budidaya lebah madu secara terintegrasi, melalui pembangunan tanaman sumber pakan lebah, pengolahan produk lebah madu dan diversifikasi produk lebah madu dalam satu lokasi tanpa penggembalaan ke luar Kabupaten Cianjur.
Tujuan Software DevelopmentPlan ini adalah untuk memberi gambaran pada klien tujuan dari pembangunan proyek ini. Sehingga dengan membaca dokumen ini, klien mendapat gambaran yang jelas kemana arah dan tujuan dibangunnya proyek ini beserta manfaat dan kelebihannya. Software DevelopmentPlan ini dapat dijadikan acuan agar proyek dapat berjalan dengan lancar selama pengerjaannya.
This study was conducted at Department of Transportation, Communication, Culture and Tourism in Salatiga. The methods of research applied qualitative approach descriptively.Data analysis used is descriptive-qualitative method. Sources of data obtained from primary data interviews, and the secondary data from documentation, records, and archives.The results of this study described that Department of Transportation Communications Culture and Tourism Salatiga has policy in developing tourism. The tourism policy is to collate programs and activities that encapsulates the tourism development of the Medium Term DevelopmentPlan (RPJMD) that has been set by Salatiga ’s Government . The development programs in the field of tourism contained in Salatiga ’s RPJMD include: Tourism Marketing Development Program, Tourism Destination Development Program and Partnership Development Program. Analysis Process is conducted in order to assess whether the tourism policy of the Department of Transportation, Communication Culture and Tourism is good or not.
– Long-term DevelopmentPlan 2005-2024: 4 objectives: a) creating good and clean governance, free from corruption and nepotism, b) high quality of public services, c) improving capacity and accountability of public bureaucracy, and d) enhancing civil servants’ professionalism; recruitment, promotion, transparency, and productive remuneration.
Dokumen Software DevelopmentPlan ini akan menjelaskan seluruh gambaran Sistem Informasi Koperasi Karyawan “Stikom Surabaya” yang meliputi tujuan, batasan, definisi, gambaran proyek, struktur organisasi, jadwal tahapan pengerjaan, estimasi biaya hingga seluruh rencana pengembangan dalam membangun proyek ini.
The Philippine DevelopmentPlan recognized the constraints that hinder economic progress revolved around fiscal and monetary policies. Fiscal reforms on Tax administration, Tax policy, non-tax revenue generation, expenditure policy, and debt management were enumerated. Monetary and external sector policies on price stability with the end of increasing ratio of exports to GDP, diversify export base, manageable external debt, and market determined exchange rate. The Western Visayas Regional DevelopmentPlan for 2011-2016 on the other hand provides a litany of policies on Increased job creation through economic growth, Enhanced social development through direct poverty reduction program, Improved Physical Planning and sustainable management of the environment, Improved infrastructure and logistics support and Good Governance.
Contribution of vocational education in Indonesia economic development namely is preparing the labor force according to the demands of the industry.Law 17/2007 on the long- term national developmentplan (RPJPN) 2005-2025 is a strategic plan for managing and directing an increase in the level of the Indonesian economy into a purposeful and regular.Directions of RPJPN 2005 with the National Development Vision for 2005-2025 are: INDONESIA YANG MANDIRI, MAJU,ADILD ANMAKMUR , with the following explanation:(1) Independent: independent nation is a nation that is able to realizeparallel life and equal with other nations that have been developed by relying on their own abilities and strengths.(2) Forward: A nation said to be advanced if the human resources have a personality of its nation, noble, and high quality of education.(3) Fair: Fair Nation means no discriminationin any form, whether between individuals, gender, and region.(4) Prosperous: Then prosperous nation is a nation that has
Initial efforts in Quintana Roo did not involve UQROO. This was primarily because UQROO was not an NGO and had no prior relationship with the USAID biodiversity portfolio. This was awkward for CRC, which is itself a university-based center and which has typically aligned itself with other university coastal centers. Furthermore, UQROO was an attractive collaborator. It had an emerging role as a sponsor of conferences and workshops. It had helped prepare, at the state level, the Costa Maya environmental ordinance. It had an active social forestry program. And, it had a supportive rector. Fortunately, an agreement was reached with the university in 1998 as the second phase of C 3 EM was being implemented. Adding UQROO to the C 3 EM team meant a significant increase in research and outreach efforts to communities and government agencies. It also provided considerable matching institutional support and university-funded counterpart staff to carry out those activities. UQROO was already interested in strengthening its own educational curriculum—improving experiential learning for students and enhancing outreach programs—to encompass coastal management themes. This university partnership expanded significantly when USAID formalized its education program between Mexico and the U.S., one facet of which provided needed resources for UQROO to establish a GIS Center and initiate a Masters degree in environmental planning. URI worked with UQROO to consolidate university and research institutions in the Yucatan Peninsula (eight in total) and increase the effectiveness for data development and distribution. Similarly, URI and UQROO allied with members of a consortium of universities in the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean promoting regional ICM program and policy development.
Out of 10 tenants successfully sending the business plan proposal, no one passed successfully the selection to get the grant from donor institution. It was because of limited time to develop business plan so that the data necessary to support the proposal was incomplete. Nevertheless, this business plan proposal writing can be the practice in writing further proposal for fruit chip business managed by the tenants. So, when someday there is an offering from donor institution, the tenants will be ready to submit it. 3. Installing the water installation
The completion of this Strategic Plan owes to the support and participation of many people during the preparation process, both from within and outside the Ministry of Forestry. Therefore, the authors would like to extend gratitude and appreciation to: Echelon I officials in the Ministry of Forestry, Secretary of Directorate Generals, Secretary of Agencies, and Secretary of Inspectorate General in the Ministry of Forestry, Director of Centres for Regional Forestry Development, members of the Preparation Team which include Heads of Program and Budgeting Divisions in the Ministry of Forestry, management team of forestry donor agencies (SMCP-GTZ, MFP-DFID, CIFOR, World Bank), Head and staff of Lembaga Administrasi Negara (National Administration Institute), representatives of national and international NGOs in Indonesia, representatives of universities, and other persons that can not be listed here who contributed constructive inputs to the process of this Strategic Plan preparation.
Pengembangan SDM - Merupakan salah satu fungsi utama dari Manajemen SDM, tidak hanya berisi aktivitas Training dan Development tapi juga perencanaan karir (Individu) dan aktivitas – aktivitas pengembangan serta penilaian kinerja
The Asia region is the strategic geographic focus for the Foundation s urban climate change resilience work. More than percent of the increase in the world's urban population in the next years will occur in Asia, the continent with the largest urban population, and the largest population at risk to climate related impacts. Decisions made in cities today will either amplify climate change impacts or reduce them, and thus there is a narrowing window of opportunity to ensure that the cities of tomorrow are developed in a climate resilient manner. Addressing urban growth and climate trends in tandem in the Asia region provides the opportunity to create urban resilience strategies that will benefit the largest urban population of the world, and will develop models that can be exported to other regions. Through the development of the Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Network, the Rockefeller Foundation works with city governments, academic centers, non - profits and the private sector to collectively improve the ability of the cities to withstand, prepare for, and recover from the projected impacts of climate change. Cities will develop a replicable model to assess climate risks, assess vulnerabilities, identify, prioritize and implement resilience building measures. These interventions will span health, infrastructure, water, disaster, urban planning/development issues, and will include leveraging policy incentives and investment funds to improve infrastructure, services, disaster management and preparedness strategies.