The Implementation of Rice Poor Program in Improving Prosperity of the Poor People(Study in Iwoimendaa Village Iwoimendaa District of Kolaka Regency)
1Hardianti 2Sabaruddin, Abdul 3Ashari
This study aims to describe the implementation of the program Poor Rice in Iwoimendaa Village, Iwoimendaa District, Kolaka Regency. The type of data used in this study is qualitative data. Data qualitative data that is shaped word, sentence, scheme or picture. Data collection techniques used is the method of interview and direct observation in the field. The data source consists of primary data and secondary data. The technique of data analysis in this research is data reduction, data presentation and verification. The number of informants is 15 persons, consisting of Poor Rice Satker represented by 1 person, Head of Sub-district, Head of Implementer of Poor Rice Distribution of 5 people, House of Beneficiary Target Beneficiary (RTS-PM), 5 people, and non-RTS -PM as many as 2 people.
The results showed that the Implementation of Poor Rice Program in Iwoimendaa Village Iwoimendaa District of Kolaka Regency has not been optimal. There are still many deviations from the Poor Rice General Guidelines (Pedum) set by the central government. Some of these irregularities include the inconsistency of Poor Rice distribution time, the Poor Rice Tebus price above the central government provisions, and the quality of Poor Rice that is often below standard.
Keywords: Implementation, Policy, Rice Poor Program.