Capacity Building as Accelerator for Improving Autonomous Region Recently Knows as (DOB): Case Study in Seluma Distrcit Bengkulu Province, Indonesia

Titi Darmi, M. Si Sri Suwitri, Yuwanto -, Sundarso -


The research aims to explore how capacity development of local government institution in Seluma district as the coordinator of Autonomous Region Recently known as DOB. This research background is lack capacity of government institution in Seluma district is improved poverty range amount 21,22%, the IPM lack, social environment isn’t conducive, government management index lowly. This case indicates incapacity of DOB management organizer while this capacity building program is a strategy that can be implemented by local government in order DOB can be realize. Improving organization performance should be implemented institution capacity building continuity either on institution internal capacity or institution external capacity. The research method through qualitative approach then the technique of data collection applies primary and secondary data. The data is taken from documentary, observation, deep interview and FGD. The determination of sample/informant with sampling purposive. The data analysis process by conducting the data reduction, display data, decision making and verification data. Research results showed unoptimal effort, strengthening the capacity development of DOB Organization has not been done in a good, well-planned and structured. The solution, it takes the commitment of the leadership of both the highest level of Regent followed by level below it.

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Journal of Public Administration and Governance  ISSN 2161-7104


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