Social Mapping, Social Capital, and Social Networks in PT Pertamina's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Program
The company has a concern, obligation and responsibility to the surrounding community to provide socio-economic empowerment in order to provide benefits and prosperity with the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program. The study aims to analyze and design socio-economic mapping based on the potential, needs, and problems of the community so that it is more participatory, effective, and comprehensive. This research uses a qualitative method with a Rapid Rural Appraisal (PRA). The research determined a location that was relevant and important to study, namely in Cilacap Regency, Central Java Province, which was very focused is particularly focused on Kuripan Kidul Village as a CSR area of PT. Pertamina of Indonesia. Research data were collected through direct focus group discussions, observation, interviews, and documentation. Research informants through purposive sampling were economic business groups, social institutions, village government, integrated health service posts, community leaders, facilitators, and Pertamina's CSR management. The results of the research showed the relationship between stakeholders as empowerment actors are established in an active, harmonious, and participatory manner. Community groups that have a very active role, stronger institutions and are active, namely integrated health service posts providing routine health services, the Hadroh group being a group that preserves traditional musical arts, and a group of children's educational institutions that support the formation of character and intelligence in early childhood.