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Bradshaw, T.K. (2005) Theories of Poverty and Anti-Poverty Programs in Community Development. Rural Poverty Research Centre Working Paper No. 06-05.

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  • TITLE: AZAM Tani: Improving the Knowledge Can Help Increased the Level of Skills Respondent in Work

    AUTHORS: Mohd Hudzairi Mansor Mohd Nadzir, Mohd Yusof Hussain, Zaimah Ramli

    KEYWORDS: Poverty, Knowledge, Skills, AZAM Tani

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.5 No.9, September 6, 2017

    ABSTRACT: Poverty is not something new issue for a country. Poverty is seen as a problem that could negatively impact on a country. Malaysia also cannot escape from this poverty problem. Malaysia is a country where the Moslem people are majority and they are permanent resident. Therefore, from the perspective of Islam, poverty had been seen as a social disease [1]. According to the post’ or scholars’ statement, one of the ways poverty can be overcome is the implementation of the community development program. One of the community development programs in Malaysia that for farmer and house hold that involve in agriculture is called AZAM Tani. A study was conducted on participants AZAM Tani (Agricultural AZAM) areas of Seberang Perai, Penang. AZAM are words in Malay language. It is also short form and stand for End Time of The Poor. The method used was census. A total of 54 respondents were found. The results showed that the AZAM Tani program is able to help increase knowledge. Then with the knowledge that the participants had, they are able to raise their level of skills. This can be seen in the results of Spearman correlation indicating the relevance of knowledge to the implementation of the program and the relevance of relationship knowledge and skills with r = 0.612, p