EVALUASI PROGRAM DESA MANDIRI ANGGUR MERAH (ANGGARAN UNTUK RAKYAT MENUJU SEJAHTERA) DI KECAMATAN LAMBOYA KABUPATEN SUMBA

*Frengky Niga Awang  -  Kecamatan Lamboya, Kabupaten Sumba, Nusa Tenggara Barat, Indonesia
Retno Sunu Astuti  -  Magister Administrasi Publik, Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik, Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia
Received: 21 Jun 2019; Published: 21 Jun 2019.
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Abstract

The Government's commitment to empowering the Autonomous Region to eradicate
poverty today is very beneficial to the development of a region, but the commitment must
be coupled with the willingness of the local government concerned and appropriate
policies. The policy of the Red Grass Village Program in the form of providing capital to
the community in the form of farmer groups in Lamboya Sub-district is a form of
government commitment to eradicate poverty in the area. The problem that occurred in
the policy of Red Mandiri Anggur Village Program is that the policy does not reduce the
poverty rate, does not encourage the empowerment of village institutions, and the absence
of new entrepreneurs. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the success of the red wine
village self-service program policy by looking at Willyam Dunn's evaluation indicators
of effectiveness, responsiveness, and accuracy. And to analyze the factors inhibiting the
success of Dedy Mulyadi policy that is the content of policies, implementers, and
environment. This research uses a qualitative approach with a purposive technique to
determine key informant. The results of the evaluation indicate that the policy of Mandiri
Anggur Merah Village Program in Lamboya Sub-district of West Sumba Regency has not
succeeded in reducing the poverty level after the policy, unsuccessful to encourage the
empowerment of village institutions and the creation of new entrepreneurs. While the
obstacles to the success of the policy are the lack of clear policy content such as
organizing, the implementation of less socialized programs to the community and the lack
of support from the community and government.

Keywords
Policy Evaluation, Independent Village Program, Empowerment, HR Capability

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