E3S Web Conf.
Volume 317, 2021The 6th International Conference on Energy, Environment, Epidemiology, and Information System (ICENIS 2021)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Culture and Environment|
|Published online||05 November 2021|
Stakeholders Collaboration in Empowering Coastal Communities
1 Public Administration Program, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Muhammadiyah University of Bengkulu,, Kampus 4 UMB, H. Adam Malik Street, Bengkulu City, Indonesia
2 Public Administration Program, University Terbuka, Pondok Cabe Tangerang Banten, Indonesia
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Community empowerment has been reported to lead to societal dependence, as symptoms tend to allow the population not to be independent. In the coastal area of Bengkulu City, community empowerment has been reported to be carried out, most especially among the fishing population. However, it was not conducted sustainably, resulting in independence for the fishing community. For example, several Agencies often assist with temporary benefits. Moreover, there is no evaluation of program outcomes, as the assistance services do not run optimally. This study aims to describe the stakeholder collaboration patterns in empowering the coastal community at Bengkulu city. The method used was descriptive qualitative, as data were collected through observations, interviews, and documentation. The determination of objects was also carried out via the use of purposive and convenience sampling techniques. Also, the triangulation technique was used in order to check the data validity. The results showed that stakeholder collaboration was not being efficient and effective. The indicators also showed that the involved stakeholders have not entered into agreements and cooperation, which were observed as an effort to increase the capacity of coastal communities.
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