Descriptive Analysis of the Profiles of Orphanage Children to Entrepreneurship in Indonesia

Sopiah Sangadji, Heny Kusdiyanti, Rosanti Rosmawati

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This study is intended to : (1) Identify the characteristics of orphanage children in Malang, (2) Identify the real needs of the orphanage children. The population of this study is the orphanage children throughout Malang namely 8,846 children. With purposive sampling, it was collected 100 orphans who are taking high school education or equivalent. The data collection techniques used are questionnaires, interviews and observations. Data analysis applied descriptive statistics. From the results of the study there is conclusion : (1) The gender majority of the orphanage children is male; the majority of them have no mother, only have father; majority of orphanage children come from towns/regencies in East Java; the whole orphanage children as research subjects are the ones who are studying SMTA/SMK/MA. (2) The majority of the orphanage children have not joined entrepreneurship training; majority of orphanage children want/require entrepreneurial training, business design and practical accounting; majority of orphanage children are sure that by joining the training, they will increase entrepreneurial knowledge and skills, the entrepreneurial spirit will grow

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijld.v4i1.5027

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