COLLABORATIVE GOVERNANCE: EFFECTIVENESS OF COMMUNITY BASED TOTAL SANITATION PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION IN BANDUNG CITY
The concept of public interest is something that is defined politically and stated in the rules representing the aggregation of individual interests. The basic concept and development of its understanding from time to time in constitutional discourse, freedom as a basic right and authority as a legitimate governing power will be seen as functions that will complement each other reciprocally. The administration of government in a country will always require systematic and clear rules and regulations, so that every related element as a system can understand and respect each other, and the wheels of government can run in carrying out their duties and obligations in accordance with the provisions that have been set. Therefore, in the context of implementing these public policies, the government needs to be equipped with the authority to formulate, implement, and evaluate the policies it undertakes, including the policy to delegate some of its authority to lower levels of government organizations. The research field taken is public administration research, research from a process that runs continuously, to an indefinite period related to public administration, while the purpose of this research is to determine the effectiveness of implementing community-based total sanitation programs in the city of Bandung, and the results of this study explained that the researchers found several problems related to collaborative governance on the effectiveness of the STBM program. Among them are first, the performance indicators have not described the outcome but are more focused on the output alone then the collaboration of the government on the STBM program needs to be sharpened regarding the strategies and policies that will be implemented by the Bandung City Health Office which is still lacking, because the implementation process is still far from the target that has been set. stipulated as in Permenkes No. 3 of 2004 concerning Community-Based Total Sanitation (STBM). Third, the problems raised are still narrow, so they are not close to the STBM outcome target, and are still unable to answer sanitation problems in the city of Bandung.
Collaborative Governance, Effectiveness, Program Implementation