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Women’s Cooperative Incubator Training for Improving Community Welfare in Gunung Kelua Village, Samarinda

Journal: International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Publications (Vol.4, No. 7)

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Page : 77-78

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The problem is that the number of women's cooperatives is still low, partly due to the lack of understanding of cooperatives and their benefits, causing groups of dasawisma women or other women's groups to be less interested in establishing a joint business based on the principle of kinship, known as cooperatives. The initial solution to the problem was by conducting training to the management of 3 dasawisma groups in RT 11 as representatives of the dasawisma of Gunung Kelua Village, Samarinda Ulu District, Samarinda City. After the training on cooperative incubators resulted in a positive impact on the management of 3 dasawisma (13 people) where the trainees became more aware of cooperatives, their benefits, cooperative tools, and also the stages in establishing a cooperative incubator. The follow-up to the training activities will be carried out by socialization by the administrators of the respective dasawisma and the three dasawisma in the same RT will establish a Women's Cooperative Incubator as a primary cooperative with a target of 20 members in accordance with the provisions for establishing a cooperative while the planned business is in the field of water electricity payment service and save and borrow.

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