In order to control population growth, Indonesian National Family Planning develop Family Planning (KB) Village Program. The implementation has found some obstacles, in terms of cross-sector/partnership integration reached around 25%. Especially in formal legal aspects and funding which are suboptimal. It is qualitative research with explorative studies. Data collected from in-depth interviews, field observations and analysis. It was conducted in October-November 2017 in KB Village of Bulu Meduro Village, Banjar District, Tuban Region and KB Village of Kota Lama Sub-District, Kedung Kandang District, Malang City. There were 55 participants recruited. The results showed that the implementation of the KB Village Program in Tuban Region had formal legal aspects from the Regional, District and Village Governments, cross-sector partnership had been going well, the Regional Government to the Village Government have allocated budget to support it although limited. Whereas the Implementation of the KB Village Program in Malang City has not received the support of a comprehensive formal legal aspect yet from the level of the City, District and Subdistrict Governments, so that cross-sector integration and financial support still encounter many obstacles. The conclusion is the implementation of the KB Village program needs improvement with the stronger commitment or political will of policy makers at various levels ranging from the Regional Government to the Village Government to provide total support for each planned program.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development|
|Publication status||Published - Sept 2019|
- Cross-sector partnership
- Family planning village
- Formal legal aspects
- Local government