EFEKTIVITAS PELAKSANAAN PROGRAM PEMBANGUNAN BERBASIS RUKUN TETANGGA DI KABUPATEN SUMBAWA BARAT TAHUN 2014 – 2015

Yudhi Lestanata, Ulung Pribadi

Abstract


Focused on the development system capacity and capability of the public has a strong resistance when hit by
problems. PBRT program is an instrument to encourage the realization of economic, social, political and
cultural as well as a means of social transformation that is expected to be able to boost the slump situation and
conditions of the community that had developed over time. This innovation is quite interesting and unique,
because it is the only model of development in the province ntb even in Indonesia. The approach used in this
study is deductive method qualitative descriptive analysis. This type of research tried to describe the actual
picture of the phenomenon occurring in the management of the Neighborhood Program Based in West
Sumbawa regency. From hasi research note that based development program Rukun Tetagga being featured
program and the pilot program the West Sumbawa regency was not effective as expected. From the data
findings during authors examined the field can see that the program is one of the important innovations of West
Sumbawa Regency in boosting success in the development of this pogram set, but do not like innovation and
hope in the rules for the way it turned out this program has not been effective. Many existing resources that
are not in manfaatkan.penulis hope that this program still exist and revived the spirit of development actors in
maximizing this PBRT program.

Keywords


Effectiveness; Community Development

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