THE HIERARCHY OF FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCY IN THE MUHAMMADIYAH’S ORPHANAGES MANAGEMENT YOGYAKARTA: An AHP and SWOT approach
AZHARI, AZMI NAJMIMUDIN
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This study aims to analyze the 7 Muhammadiyah’s orphanages financial independency i.e Panti Asuhan Muhammadiyah Wates, Panti Asuhan Muhammadiyah Tuksono, Panti Muahmmadiyah Nanggulan, Panti Asuhan Muhammadiyah Seyegan, Panti Asuhan Yatim Putri Aisyiyah, Panti Asuhan Ahmad Sudjari, and Panti Asuhan Yatim Dhuafa Muhammadiyah Prambanan in D.I. Yogyakarta province. This study uses qualitative research methods with data are obtained through interviews, questioner, document studies and observation. This research process use Analytical Hierarchy Process and SWOT approaches. The finding of this study is the orphanages fund resources obtained from the donor namely permanent donor, incidental, social service and government, permanent business, and seasonal business. While the orphanages fund allocation goes to foster children’s skill improvement, foster children’s tuition fee, orphanages development fund, orphanages activities, kitchen support (consumption)/daily needs, orphanage’s saving/investment and foster children’s saving/investment. Four of out seven orphanages prioritize and allocate the fund to foster children’s skill improvement, while the rest allocates their fund for orphanage development, foster children’s saving/investment, and orphanage’s saving/investment.