Unjam (Artificial Reef) One of the Kuala Terengganu North Poor Community Development Products In 2008

Mohd Hudzairi Mansor, Mohd Nadzir, Dan, Mohd Yusof Hussain


The study in this paper was made in 2008. The author took a long time to publish because of some constraints. This paper is related to one of the poor fishing community development products. In the process of reaching the 2020 vision, a developing country like Malaysia will see all aspects to ensure that the country's goals are achieved as a developed nation. One aspect that is seen and addressed is the eradication of poverty. Respondents were selected from the list of participants of the Development Scheme of People's Welfare (SPKR) given by Terengganu State Fisheries Development Board (LKIM). The sampling method used is sampling judgment (judgmental). Kuala Terengganu Utara covers the area between Seberang Takir to Kampung Merang such as Batu Rakit mukim, Seberang Takir, Padang Nenas, Pak Tuyu, Floating Telipot and Kampung Merang. The residence of the participants is not in a single area. This area is designated by LKIM with the approval of fishermen's federation in Kuala Terengganu area. This unjam (artificial reef) use can help increase income but the revenues can only be improved beyond the hardcore poverty line. However, LKIM's efforts are being made to ensure that these reefs are not encroached in order to help fishermen obtain fish yields are also seen as a contributor to the preservation of fish resources.

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