The Effect of the Implementation of Makassar Healthy City Based on Capacity Building and Sustainability
Keywords:Healthy City, Capacity Building, Sustainability, Makassar
BACKGROUND: This research analyzed the effect of the implementation of healthy city in Makassar City based on the aspects of capacity building and program sustainability.
AIM: This research aimed to analyze the implementation of healthy city in Makassar City based on capacity building and program sustainability aspects.
METHODS: The research was conducted qualitatively in which the data were collected through direct interview, observation, and field note. Thirteen people were involved as informants consisting of vice mayor of Makassar, two organizers of the healthy city of Makassar City, one member from the forum of the healthy center of Makassar City, and nine community members from nine sub-districts including Makassar, Mamajang, Mariso, Panakkukang, Rappocini, Tallo, Regional Development Planning Agency (Bappeda) of Makassar City, and Indonesian Public Health Bachelor Association (PERSAKMI).
RESULTS: The training and socialization are often ineffective since it is only participated by the coordinators from the healthy city itself. The sustainability of the healthy city program of Makassar City has been implemented well. It was proven by various healthy city appreciation obtained since the implementation of the program. Active involvement and participation from the government, community, agency, and all related stakeholders, as well as strong commitment and desire in the program implementation are the main factor of the sustainability of healthy city program in Makassar City. The suggestion given by this research is to improve the quality of healthy city program but is not based on the consideration of the appreciation.
CONCLUSION: The improvement of the capacity needs to even all forum members of healthy city of Makassar at the level of city, sub-district, and sub-village.
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