ANALISIS UNTUK PENERAPAN KEBIJAKAN: ANALISIS STAKEHOLDER DALAM KEBIJAKAN PROGRAM KESEHATAN IBU DAN ANAK DI KABUPATEN KEPAHIANG

https://doi.org/10.22146/jkki.v2i2.3218

Iswarno Iswarno(1*), Mubasysyir Hasanbasri(2), Lutfan Lazuardi(3)

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Abstract


Background: Maternal, neonatal and child health (MNCH)
program is a national priority programs in health development.
In 2006 the Ministry of Health to provides the largest budget
allocation to the KIA programs. This policy was taken in order
to accelerate the decline in maternal mortality and infant through
the implementation of the making pregnancy safer strategy
(MPS) with focus on some activities that are considered to be
cost effective. MNCH sustainability of the program depends
on political commitment and support from stakeholders in the
region. Therefore, stakeholder analysis is important for the
implementation of policy to support the MNCH program.
Objectives:Assessing the political commitment of the local
government to MNCH program in Kepahiang Regency.
Methods: This research is a descriptive, qualitative design
with a case study. Unit of analysis is a research MNCH program
stakeholder. How do the data with the brainstorming, depth
interviews, reports and documents, and direct observation.
Results: Political commitment of the local government to
maternal, neonatal and child health program is still low, this is
evidenced by the lack of budget allocation maternal, neonatal
and child health program. Essentially all stakeholders agree
and support the program. The involvement of local stakeholders
in the process of planning and budgeting programs is still lacking.
Coordination among health agencies with key stakeholders in
the planning and budgeting also are not running well, so often
there are differencesin understanding the program. Besides
the quality planning activities are still considered low, and there
is still weak advocacy capacity of health district office.
Conclusion: The small budget allocation for the program
shows the commitment to maternal, neonatal and child health
program of the local government is still low. This problem was
more due to the quality of the program planning (design) that is
not well-developed. Also the role and involvement of
stakeholders in the planning process is still lacking.
Keywords: Stakeholder, MNCH policy

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22146/jkki.v2i2.3218

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