Public Policy Performance Improvement through Community Empowerment in the Program Liability Housing Help in Gorontalo District

  • Rustam Tohopi
  • Arifin Tahir
  • Yanti Aneta
  • Ismet Sulila
Keywords: Policy Implementation, Community Empowerment, Policy Performance

Abstract

The inconsistency of data and interventions by each regional government apparatus organization both horizontally and vertically is one of the main causes that can affect the performance of policy implementation. This causes poor performance in alleviating poverty, which averages around 0.8 percent (BPS Kabupaten Gorntalo). The increase below also cannot encourage the quality of life and the severity of poverty from the aspect of equitable distribution of people's income.

Conceptually, performance improvement can be done through a public empowerment approach (Munawar, 2011). This approach is carried out adaptively in the application of public policies in Gorontalo Regency. This is the reason for choosing the research location. The public involvement approach is very good for determining policy performance because of several aspects: the community can participate in providing land, sharing financing, labor and community involvement in encouraging the success of local government programs.

To formulate an implementation model in improving policy performance, the main objective of the research is to formulate an empirical model of policy implementation by determining the main determinants of policy success. With a qualitative approach, an in-depth analysis of the empirical data from the research was carried out with the theme of implementing policies for the housing assistance program in Gorontalo Regency.

How to Cite
Tohopi, R., Tahir, A., Aneta, Y., & Sulila, I. (2022). Public Policy Performance Improvement through Community Empowerment in the Program Liability Housing Help in Gorontalo District. European Journal of Science, Innovation and Technology, 2(2), 66-74. Retrieved from http://ejsit-journal.com/index.php/ejsit/article/view/97
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Research Articles