The Social Sciences

Year: 2017
Volume: 12
Issue: 11
Page No. 2128 - 2133

CSR, Partnership and Poverty Alleviation: Case Study in Lampung Province, Sumatera, Indonesia

Authors : Yulianto and Unang Mulkhan

Abstract: This study examines the importance of CSR partnership for poverty alleviation. Poverty is an important issue not only for governments but also for other stakeholders. However, the government cannot resolve it. The government needs others actor to help them. Private corporations have an important role in poverty alleviation issue. Government and private companies must cooperate to direct attack poverty effectively. In this study, we explore how do local government and private corporations collaborate each other to reducing poverty. We choose Province of Lampung because of she has many poor people and has been formulated local policy on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) partnership. We find that corporation considers stakeholder issues in obtaining stakeholder, engagement in their CSR activities. The government plays significant roles in facilitating stakeholder’s partnership for CSR programs. Finally, the partnership can give a positive impact on poverty alleviation. A partnership can be an effective long-term strategy for poverty reduction in Lampung Province.

How to cite this article:

Yulianto and Unang Mulkhan, 2017. CSR, Partnership and Poverty Alleviation: Case Study in Lampung Province, Sumatera, Indonesia. The Social Sciences, 12: 2128-2133.

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