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The Effectiveness of Poverty Management Program Policies on the Socio-economic Behavior of the People of South Sulawesi

Author(s) Dr Rasidin Calundu
Country Indonesia
Abstract This type of qualitative research through a phenomenological approach, while the results showed that the poverty alleviation program in South Sulawesi showed several advantages and disadvantages. The advantages include empowerment efforts through skills training and education to be economically independent. The program also seeks to integrate different sectors, creating a holistic approach
However, there are drawbacks to note. Interagency coordination is sometimes less effective, leading to overlap and lack of synergy between programs. Lack of transparency and community participation in program planning and implementation can also reduce its effectiveness. Suboptimal monitoring and evaluation is also an obstacle.
The KUBE (Joint Business Group) program is appreciated for increasing understanding and family ties, despite facing challenges related to human resources and lack of coordination. The Productive Economic Enterprise Program (UEP) has a positive impact on the community's economy, but some disadvantages such as improper use of capital money.
The Family Hope Program (PKH) received support due to cross-sectoral commitment and coordination, but there was a negative response regarding targets and administration. The Rastra program, although not explicitly mentioned, points out shortcomings related to target accuracy and effectiveness. The Non-Cash Food Assistance Program (BPNT) is considered effective, but there are still shortcomings in target accuracy and distribution timing.
A multi-sectoral approach is key to poverty management strategies. The South Sulawesi government needs to combine various sectors such as economy, education, health, and infrastructure in a comprehensive approach. Empowering the agriculture, fisheries, and livestock sectors with modern technology, such as tissue culture and artificial insemination, is a strategic step to increase the economic resilience of the community. Access to education and health is also an important focus. Quality education programs and affordable health services are needed for all levels of society. Community empowerment efforts through support to small business groups, skills training, and capacity building are strategic steps to increase community participation in development.
Keywords Poverty, Development, Policy, Management, Economic
Field Sociology > Economics
Published In Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024
Published On 2024-03-05
Cite This The Effectiveness of Poverty Management Program Policies on the Socio-economic Behavior of the People of South Sulawesi - Dr Rasidin Calundu - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.14307
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