Food Security Policy Implementation Network in Bone

Novayanti Sopia Rukmana S, Alwi Alwi, Gita Susanti


This study aims to explain the structure in the network of food security policy implementation in Bone Regency and explain the coordination in the network of food security policy implementation in Bone Regency. This research uses a qualitative approach. Data collection techniques for in-depth interviews, documentation, and observation. Data were analyzed with data reduction techniques, data presentation, conclusion making, and verification. The results showed the structure in the network organization for implementing food security policies which included non-government officials and CBOs (Community-Based Organization). The actor interaction pattern is measured by the frequency of contacts in the food security policy network including the contribution of actors, namely providing resources, the high intensity of actor introductions and the utility obtained by the Community Based Organization in the implementation of the program. The second sub-dimension is the low level of trust between actors, seen from the ineffective program implementation. The quality of information sharing in the food security policy network is still low. Resources exchange in food security policy is still limited.


Public Policy Network; Implementation; Food Security

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