The Effectiveness of the Implementation of the Hope Family Program in Poverty Reduction in Indonesia
The objectives to be achieved in this study are to determine the effectiveness of the Family Hope Program (PKH) in alleviating poverty and to understand the inhibiting and supporting factors for the implementation of the Family Hope Program (PKH) in Indonesia. The research method used is observation, namely making observations on the object to be studied, while interviews are conducted on informants to obtain data or information related to the problem under study, then documentation is needed to find documents that support the policy of the Family Hope Program (PKH). The results show that the effectiveness of the Family Hope Program (PKH) in overcoming poverty has been running in accordance with the procedures and provisions of the government, but in its implementation there are still some indicators that are not satisfactory to the community regarding the data on recipients of assistance that do not match the data in the field. The inhibiting factor is that the list of beneficiaries from the integrated data agency does not meet the requirements to receive assistance, because it does not include the criteria for poor or underprivileged people. While the supporting factor is the Family Hope Program (PKH) which is very supportive of improving the welfare of families classified as underprivileged or poor, especially in improving the education and health of poor families, so this program needs to be continued and improved in the future.
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