SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT WITH SOCIAL INNOVATION AND COMMUNITY
Impact of COVID-19 on livelihood are: Coronavirus pandemic has had a negative impact on income of local people, of whom 44% have either permanently or temporarily lost their jobs. Their monthly income has been decreased by 61 %. Re-Activating agriculture after the influence of COVID-19 in Bali. Starting agricultural work while no/less job in tourism sector to safeguard food security. Started to recognize the risk of high dependency on tourism sector. Re-activating Agriculture: as a strategy for local people after the influence of CoVID-19 in Bali. Nurture resilience of the agricultural communities that are suffering the adverse effects of socio-economic changes triggered by rapid growth of other industries including tourism. Impact of which were amplified by the impact of covid-19 pandemic. Develop the capacity of the communities in sustainable agriculture and environmental protection, which will result in creating opportunities for self-sufficiency, and thus facilitating the community to become less dependent on a particular industrial sector.
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