Village fund allocation and rural millennial empowermen

Suryani, Elvira and Novita, Dila (2019) Village fund allocation and rural millennial empowermen. Open Society Conference ()SC) 2019, 1 (990). pp. 30-42. ISSN 978-602-392-329-8 (Unpublished)

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Village independence can be seen from how the villagers carry and explore the potential of the village for the welfare of the village community. The study aims to map how the utilization of rural millennials is rarely touched by the village's Fund allocation. From some previous studies discussing the allocation of villages more talked about the infrastructure and the development of human resources in general. But not many have focused on the development of human resources in particular involving the skills of young children called Village millennials, so the research is different from previous studies. As the research results from Chandra Kusuma Putra et al. (Journal of Public Administration (JAP) Vol. 1 No. 6 Hal 1203- 1212) shows that village funds allocation is mostly used for community empowerment, village government operational costs, BPD, and village infrastructure development. This research uses qualitative methods with a phenomenological approach. The population of this research is the whole community of Setia village of Mekar Tambun Selatan, Bekasi regency. Sample research using purposive sampling by interviewing a number of village devices consists of; Village head, Village secretary, BPD (village consultative Agency), Karang Taruna, village fund allocation escort, and community leaders. The results of the research in the village faithful Mekar Tambun Selatan with data analysis using triangulation technique obtained the result that the allocation of village funds for the empowerment of rural millennials has not been seen, empowerment of the community is temporary and not Able to create jobs for village millennials. The obstacles faced are the milenic villagers tend to find work rather than creating jobs. Therefore the need to stimulus the village government in making activities programs that can be interesting to increase the remoteness of young people.

Item Type: Article
Keywords / Kata Kunci: Village fund allocation, empowerment, millennials
Subjects: Akuntansi Keuangan
Manajemen Sumber Daya Manusia
Faculty: Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik > Ilmu Pemerintahan S1
Depositing User: Elvira Suryani
Date Deposited: 11 Apr 2023 06:20
Last Modified: 11 Apr 2023 06:20

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