The Community Participation in Management and Utilization of Village Fund Allocation (Add) in Langori Village Baula District Kolaka Regency
1Lestari, Ayu 2Maulid 3Nursamsir
The purpose of this research is to know and explain the Community Participation in Management and Utilization of Village Fund Allocation (ADD) in Langori Village Baula District Kolaka Regency.
The data collected in this study consist of primary data and secondary data. Primary data comes from interviews with informants who numbered 10 people and the results of field observations. While for secondary data by doing data collection is literature study, direct observation and supporting literature. The data analysis technique is qualitative by using data reduction, display data (presentation) and withdrawal conclusion.
The results of the research conducted in Langori Village showed that the participation of the community of Langori Village in the utilization and management of the Village Fund Allocation (ADD) is still not good in terms of participation of personnel, mind and money / material because most Langori villagers have not participated because the villagers’ fall into the category of poor as well as they are busy working in fulfilling daily life. But the participation of Langori villagers in the form of skills, goods and materials is good because people are willing to sacrifice in the planning stage to the control stage where the community donate goods and skills owned by Langori villagers in the implementation and management of poor allocation of village funds but the contribution and participation of the skilled people is very helpful in the process of building the Langori Village. Factors affecting community participation in development are quite good although in terms of social factors are still lacking because of low-income levels and thus affecting community participation in the management of Village Fund Allocation (ADD). Not separated from its political and cultural factors give influence in development so that development can be constrained.
Keywords: Participation, Community and Village Fund Allocation (ADD)