Preventing stunting became one of the priority programs of President Jokowi. One of the loci is Pandeglang Regency. The handling of stunting in the Pandeglang Regency still faces many obstacles, one of which is the limited human resources, tools, budget, obstacles in coordination between the actors involved, and the local government’s capacity in handling stunting at the village level. So the purpose of this research is to describe the Pandeglang regency government’s collaborative governance in handling stunting. Using theory Collaborative Governance by Emerson and Nabatchi and post-positivism approach, with data collection techniques through interviews, observations, and focus group discussions (FGD), it has been found, the handling of stunting program in Pandeglang still faces many formalisms. So, we cannot measure the output and outcome of the program. For this reason, researchers provide recommendations for strengthening resources support and capacity building for all components involved in this program so that the program can produce outcomes that are felt in the community.
|Title of host publication
|Collaborative governance to achieve SDGs social development: Preventing stunting lesson from Pandeglang
|Published - 2020