Systemic Capacity Building In Mattiro Deceng Implementation Unit Of Women’s Social Service Center

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Nurul Mufidah , Gita Susanti , Muhammad Yunus , Muhammad Irvan Nur Iva


Systemic capacity building is an approach in assess the capacity building of an organization aiming to emphasizes the creation or strengthening of capacity for program execution independent of the permanence of an institution. The aim of this study is to describe and analyze the development of systemic capacity at Mattiro Deceng implementation unit of women’s social service center in Makassar city in the development program female sex workers. This study used a qualitative research method with the type of explorative research. The data was collected through observation, in-depth interview, and documentation. Data analysis techniques were carried out by data collection, data condensation, data display, and conclusions drawing/ verifying. The results show that in the nine elements of systemic capacity development, the elements of performance capacity have been met in the needs of food and clothing and the board of the fostered clients, but not yet on the equipment of skills development. Personal capacity has been well met. workload capacity and supervisory capacity have been implemented well. the element of facility capacity has been met in quantity, but not in quality. Meanwhile, the capacity of supporting services was not implemented. The structural capacity and system capacity are well implemented either in the flow of information, in the recruitment process, in employee placement, or in the forms of cooperation. However, financial flows and information systems have not run optimally, but the role capacity is running well.

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