Pemberdayaan Muslim Muallaf Melalui Home Industry Kerupuk Ikan Lomek di Desa Selat Akar

Masduki Masduki,1* Toni Hartono,2 Vera Sardila,3 Dony Arung Triantoro4

   1 Universitas Islam Negeri Sultan Syarif Kasim Riau
   2 Universitas Islam Negeri Sultan Syarif Kasim Riau
   3 Universitas Islam Negeri Sultan Syarif Kasim Riau
   4 Universitas Islam Negeri Sultan Syarif Kasim Riau
   * Corresponding Author

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14421/jpm.2019.032-09

Abstract


This article discusses about economic empowerment based on home industry to enforce the faith of new Muslim converters in Desa Selat Akar Kepualaun Meranti, Riau. To understand the economic potential of this village, the faith enforcement seems to be more effective when it is done through economic empowerment based on home industry. This resesearch was founded, i.e. To support this, the empowerment uses community based research concept. This research founded i.e. first, doing an evaluation during observation and conducting identification before the empowerment done. Second, this empowerment finds that this a new Muslim group needs physical capital assistance to develop its enterprises. Third, making ‘Lomek’ fish crackers has become an instrument or media among the Muallafs to keep and improve their faith. 

Tulisan ini mendiskusikan pemberdayaan ekonomi berbasis home industry untuk penguatan akidah Muslim Muallaf di Desa Selat Akar Kepulauan Meranti, Riau. Memahami potensi ekonomi yang ada di desa tersebut, maka penguatan akidah para Muslim Muallaf tampak menjadi lebih efektif apabila dilakukan dengan penguatan sisi ekonomi rumahan atau berbasis home industry. Untuk mendukung keberhasilan kegiatan, pemberdayaan ini menggunakan konsep Community Based Research (CBR) dengan metode kualitatif. Penelitian ini menemukan beberapa program pemberdayaan antara lain; pertama, melakukan evaluasi pada saat observasi dan identifikasi sebelum pemberdayaan dilakukan. Kedua, menemukan bahwa kelompok Muslim Muallaf memerlukan bantuan modal fisik untuk pengembangan usaha mereka. Ketiga, membuat kerupuk Ikan Lomek benar-benar telah menjadi media sekaligus wadah tempat di mana para Muslim Muallaf dapat meningkatkan dan memperkokoh akidah mereka.    


Keywords


economic empowerment; muallaf; home industry.

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