POLICY EVALUATION OF A VILLAGE MEDIUM-TERM DEVELOPMENT PLAN IN MARAWOLA SUBDISTRICT SIGI REGENCY
This research aims to examine how the policy output of a Village Medium-Term Development Plan (RPJM-Desa) is in form of the results of the implementation of the village development program and to examine why the results of the implementation of a Village Medium Term Development Plan have less effect on the development of community participation of the village development process in Marawola regency. The research applied a qualitative research method and data collection techniques through observation, interview, documentation, and FGD. The number of informants was 10 people using a sample area, 3 samples for each village namely Binangga Village, Sibedi Village, and Bomba Village to represent 11 villages in Marawola Subdistrict. Evaluation indicators used as policy evaluation criteria are effectiveness, efficiency, adequacy, equity, responsiveness, and appropriateness (Dunn, 2003).The results show that of the 6 indicators used as evaluation criteria or assessment of a Village Medium Term Development Plan policy outputs, 3 indicators are found that are not working well, namely effectiveness, efficiency, and adequacy. Meanwhile, from the aspect of community participation studied in the research, namely participation in decision making, implementing decisions, enjoying the results, and evaluating the results, it is found that only 2 indicators of participation are assessed, namely community participation began to develop such as participation in decision making (contribution of thoughts) and enjoying the results (contribution of energy). Moreover, there are 2 other indicators, namely participation in implementing decisions and evaluating results, that are considered underdeveloped.
Keywords: Policy Output Evaluation, a Village Medium-Term Development Plan, Community Participation