Jeannette Femmy Pangemanan , Olvie Vanda Kotambunan , Diane Joula Kusen
Article Info: Received: 03 Jul 2020; Received in revised form: 05 Aug 2021; Accepted: 12 Aug 2021; Available online: 17 Aug 2021
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Journal : International Journal Of Forest, Animal And Fisheries Research(IJFAF)
Research on the contribution of women in efforts to support the husband's work generates additional income from the community of caramba fish breeders Nets in Lake Tondano District Eris Minahasa. Data collection is done by observation or direct observation. The population in this study was women as wives of fish farmers, where her husband conducted fish breeding activities with the Karamba Net system. The determination of data retrieval targets is done by interview while using the questioner to fill in the questions made to women like the wife of the cultivator in Eris Village, Eris Subdistrict, Minahasa Regency, questions include Participation / domestic role of women, what kind of work she does, how much time (hours) use in each doing this type of work. Furthermore, the participation / social role of women, often follow the work of devotion in the environment, meetings in the village, counseling activities, follow ppk activities; Participation / productive role in the field of fisheries: the type of work and the allocation of time and how much income per month, the reason the work is done by women and the obstacles faced by the time of doing the work. The contribution of the income of the cultivated wife is 33.63%, where this contribution has an important role in the survival of the family can be fulfilled and support the needs in the family and community in Eris Village. This result shows that one-third of the family's living cost is the contribution of the wife of the fish breeder, which is why the wife not only serves the family and relies only on income from the husband but this contribution in addition to taking care of the household is also very important in supporting the income and meeting the needs of the family dependents.