Participatory Governance in Development Planning Arrangement in Lubuk Sakat Village, Perhentian Raja District, Kampar Regency [Participatory Governance dalam Penyusunan Perencanaan Pembangunan di Desa Lubuk Sakat Kecamatan Perhentian Raja Kabupaten Kampar]

Auradian Marta, Leo Agustino

Abstract


One of the progress of the village is determined by the quality of its development planning. Development planning so far still leads to the practice of state-centered approaches. The community is "forced" to accept the results of development that have been carried out by the village government. Community participation and village institutions are often forgotten in the development planning process. This study tries to discuss and explain how the participatory governance model in making the Medium Term Development Plan (RPJM) Lubuk Sakat Village, Perhentian Raja District, Kampar Regency? This study uses a qualitative approach and collects data through interviews and document studies. The results of the study showed that the participatory governance model greatly assisted the village government in preparing the RPJMDes because it could allocate all resources from stakeholders to create village development planning policies. Furthermore, collaborative and participatory governance models can be used in the mechanism or stages of the village situation analysis (desk study) and SWOT analysis, identification of future needs, detecting needs and making strategies and action plans in overcoming problems in Lubuk Sakat village.


Keywords


collaborative; participatory governance; perencanaan pembangunan; Desa Lubuk Sakat

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30874/comdev.2018.347

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