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Makassar city as the capital of South Sulawesi, can not be spared from the phenomenon ofpoverty. The development of Makassar relatively rapidly the last few years have led to thiscity was the destination of migration from other cities in eastern Indonesia that has a levelof development and high population density. This has implications for the increase in thenumber of poor people in this city. Sekaitan with it, this paper aims to present an analysisof the patterns of poverty in Makassardoi:10.26858/uej.v1i1.5402 fatcat:a5ck5zymobgyxjhrpzidiflxwe