The Implementation of Village Fund Allocation in Tongandiu Village, Ladongi District, East Kolaka Regency

By | November 7, 2017

The Implementation of Village Fund Allocation in Tongandiu Village, Ladongi District, East Kolaka Regency

ABSTRACT

1Haris, Reski Asnun 2Maulid 3Yasir, Arafat

The purpose of this research is to know and to describe Implementation of Village Fund Allocation (ADD) in Tongandiu Village, Ladongi District, East Kolaka Regency.

The data `collected in this study consisted of primary and secondary data. Primary data is data obtained directly from the informant ie Village Government Apparatus and Community Leaders in Tongandui Village which amounted to 16 people. Secondary data are data obtained from Tongandiu Village Office of Ladongi District, East Kolaka Regency or through data that have been researched and collected by other parties related to this relevant research problem. Type of research is descriptive research is an activity in researching the status of human groups, an object, a condition, a system of thought or a class of events in the present

Based on the results of the Study and Discussion on Implementation of the Use of Village Fund Allocation in Tongandiu Village, Ladongi District, East Kolaka Regency, according to the Thinking Framework that the activities funded by ADD are the Village Applied Village Income Benefit (TPAD) and the Village Operational Cost allocated by 30% of the ADD Fund while 70% Allocation of Village Funds for financing the Needs of Village Community Empowerment Both concerning Physical program, Community Empowerment of Socio-Cultural Village and Institutional Village Program. From the results of this study it can be concluded that the implementation of ADD in Tongandiu Village has not been fully implemented by the village government where there are still many activities which have not been funded by the appropriate ADD the Mechanism of Implementation of Village Allocation (ADD) according to the Regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 37 Year 2007.

Keywords: Public Policy, OTODA, Village Fund Allocation (ADD