Effectiveness of Health Sector Special Autonomy Funds Management Program Supiori Regency, Papua

Vince Tebay, Westim Ratang, Elsyan Marlissa


Under the Special Autonomy Law, indigenous Papuans receive special attention and are the main subject of development. The existence of the central government, provincial government, district/city governments, as well as subordinate institutions, are all geared to provide the best service to the indigenous people of Papua, in order that improvedsocial welfare can be realized, so that the lives of indigenous people of Papua can be in line with that of the rest of the population in Indonesia. There are four very important service sectors within the strategic mandate of the Special Autonomy Law to be implemented by the government in relation to the welfare of indigenous Papuans, namely: education, health and nutrition, village infrastructure, and economic empowerment. Supiori local government has yet to determine the performance indicators pertaining to implemented programs and activities funded by Special Autonomy. These conditions make the assessment of performance against the use of Special Autonomy funds difficult because indicators of achievement of the program/ activity are not available.Types of data collected in this study include both secondary and primary data. The data collection techniques used in this study are:Questionnaires and Distributed Questionnaires, In-Depth Interviews, Library Research, and Focus Group Discussions.Supiori Autonomy health sector funding of the programs and activities of the Department of Health in 2012 has been quite effective and beneficial for the Health Services Unit, which includes hospitals, health centers and Puskesmas Pembantu health center. In addition, medical personnel (nurses), Posyandu cadres, pregnant and nursing mothers, infants and toddlers, children and the community district also enjoy greater health benefits.There needs to be involvement and participation in the Health Services Unit Autonomy fund management, in areas ranging from planning to follow-up. Participation can be done through discussions about Health Services Unit needs, as well as the needs foundin the planning and budgeting of Special Autonomy funds in the Supiori health field.

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