Jurnal Manajemen Pelayanan Kesehatan
Vol 13, No 03 (2010)

POSISI STAKEHOLDER DAN STRATEGI ADVOKASI KIBBLA KABUPATEN/KOTA DI JAWA TENGAH

Budiyono, Budiyono (Unknown)



Article Info

Publish Date
12 Dec 2013

Abstract

Background: Health status in Central Java on 2009 showsthat the number of maternal mortality is 17.02 (per 100.000 lifebirth), and the number of infant mortality is 10.37 (per 1000 lifebirth). It has gap of the MDG’s target. It’s important for integratingrole of stakeholders to decrease the number of maternal andinfant mortality (AKI-AKB). This research aims to identifystakeholder categories trough matrix of power and interest inregrad to advocacy on KIBBLA program in districts in CentralJava Province based on respondents perception.Method: There are 46 samples from 23 districts/cities(represent of DKK and Bappeda) using observational researchthrough workshops method. Descriptive analysis on powerinterestmatrix of stakeholders is given to make a category ofstakeholder position as player, subject, context setter andcrowd.Result: Player stakeholders are DPRD; Bupati/Walikota;BAPPEDA; DKK; Hospital; PKK; Family Planning Institution;Professional Organization; Camat/Kades/Lurah, and theSubject Stakeholders are Hospital; BAPERMAS; PKK; FamilyPlanning Institution; Professional Organization; NGO;Community/Family Leader; Education Service. The contextsetter stakeholders are DPRD; Bupati/Walikota; BAPPEDA;Hospital; BAPERMAS; PKK; Family Planning Institution; NGO;Community/Family Leader; Camat/Kades/Lurah; Educationservice and crowd stakeholders are DPRD; Bupati/Walikota;BAPERMAS; PKK; Family Planning Institution; ProfessionalOrganization; NGO; Community/Family Leader; Camat/Kades/Lurah; Education Service. The most choice of ad-vocationstrategies are lobbying, discussion, hearing and socialization.Conclusion: It’s concluded that the stakeholder could set inmulti position/category on the advocacy of KIBBLA program indistricts of the Central Java Province.Keywords: stakeholder, KIBBLA program, power-interestmatrix, advocation strategy

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