Volume 4, Issue 4, December 2020, Page: 61-70
Social Empowerment of Remote Indigenous Peoples: Study of Village Housing Program in Sula District North Maluku, Indonesia
Abdulhalil Hi Ibrahim, Department of Government Science, Universities Muhammadiyah Maluku Utara, Ternate, Indonesia
Muhlis Hafel, Department of Political Science, Universities Muhammadiyah Maluku Utara, Ternate, Indonesia
Saiful Deni, Department of Government Science, Universities Muhammadiyah Maluku Utara, Ternate, Indonesia
Syaiful Madjid, Department of Government Science, Universities Muhammadiyah Maluku Utara, Ternate, Indonesia
Saman Fokaaya, Department of Administration Science, Universities Muhammadiyah Maluku Utara, Ternate, Indonesia
Received: Sep. 24, 2020;       Accepted: Oct. 14, 2020;       Published: Oct. 21, 2020
DOI: 10.11648/j.jppa.20200404.11      View  64      Downloads  41
Abstract
In this paper, social empowerment programs for remote indigenous peoples (KAT) evaluated to ensure that the program has run according to established rules or needs improvement and strengthening. This study uses qualitative methods, and the location chosen as the object is Sula District North Maluku, Indonesia. This study was conducted in the KAT Village location: Pancoran Kum Hamlet, North Mangoli District. The result showed that the social empowerment program implementation for remote indigenous communities in the Kadai tribe community in Pancoran Kum Hamlet, Waisakai Village, North Mangoli sub-district, has been going well. According to the determined mechanism, it is seen from the community's positive response when receiving a remote customary community housing program that has been completed. The social service incorporation and village community empowerment is an inhibiting factor in social empowerment programs implementation for small indigenous communities in Pancoram Kum Hamlet. Also, limited funds are an inhibiting factor social empowerment programs implementation, where every year is only IDR 350 Million budgeted in the social sector, one of which is in KAT midwives. Therefore, an increase in the funding portion of both central and regional governments need to maximize the implementation program. The Provincial Government needs to build cooperation with the regency/city government to follow up on the Central Government empowerment program after the community has been successfully relocated or organized in one settlement.
Keywords
Social Empowerment, Remote Indigenous People, People Welfare, Poverty Alleviation
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Abdulhalil Hi Ibrahim, Muhlis Hafel, Saiful Deni, Syaiful Madjid, Saman Fokaaya, Social Empowerment of Remote Indigenous Peoples: Study of Village Housing Program in Sula District North Maluku, Indonesia, Journal of Public Policy and Administration. Vol. 4, No. 4, 2020, pp. 61-70. doi: 10.11648/j.jppa.20200404.11
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