JOURNAL OF ETHNIC DIVERSITY AND LOCAL WISDOM https://jurnal.ummu.ac.id/index.php/jedilwisdom <p style="text-align: justify;">Journal of Ethnic Diversity and Local Wisdom memuat laporan hasil penelitian maupun sebuah tinjauan tentang pandangan hidup, strategi aktivitas kehidupan, ilmu pengetahuan, bahasa, tarian, musik daerah, adat istiadat pada suatu masyarakat lokal dan suku bangsa. Cakupan tulisan tidak terbatas pada sistem nilai dan tata cara serta nilai ajaran tradisional pada pengelolaan kesehatan, pendidikan, lingkungan hidup, ekonomi, karya seni, arsitektur dan bangunan serta cagar budaya yang dilakukan oleh masyarakat lokal dan etnis tertentu.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Jurnal ini membantu pembaca untuk mengembangkan pengetahuan dan mempromosikan pemahaman keanekaragaman etnis, adat istiadat, budaya dan tradisi lokal masyarakat dan etnis.</p> LEMBAGA PENELITIAN PUBLIKASI DAN PENGABDIAN KEPADA MASYARAKAT UNIVERSITAS MUHAMMADIYAH MALUKU UTARA en-US JOURNAL OF ETHNIC DIVERSITY AND LOCAL WISDOM 2686-4762 <div style="text-align: justify;"> <p><strong><em><strong><em>Lisensi Creative Commons</em></strong></em></strong></p> <p><a title="Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0" target="_blank"><img src="/public/site/images/hamida/by-sa3.png" alt="" width="100" height="35"></a></p> <p>Journal of Ethnic Diversity and Local Wisdom&nbsp;dilisensikan dengan&nbsp;Lisensi Internasional Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0.</p> </div> Regional Apparatus Resource Readiness Through Digitalization of Public Programs and Services Towards Smart City (Study at Regional Education and Training Personnel Agency South Halmahera Regency ) https://jurnal.ummu.ac.id/index.php/jedilwisdom/article/view/1853 <p>Nowadays, almost all cities in every developed country have implemented the Smart City concept by utilizing information and communication technology (ICT) to be able to control all the resources in the city. Indonesia is one of the countries implementing this smart city, including DKI Jakarta, Surabaya, Bandung, Yogyakarta and Makassar. In the government program on "Movement Towards 100 Smart Cities" as many as 146 districts/cities have developed smart cities. One of the districts in North Maluku Province is Halmahera Seatan Regency. However, referring to BPS data regarding the human development index (HDI) in South Halmahera Regency in 2021 it is still low. The obstacle is whether with the availability of these technological facilities, can the community and the relevant government, in this case regional officials, be able to implement these online-based services.</p> <p>The aim of this research is to determine the readiness of the South Halmahera Regency Regional Government and improve the quality of regional apparatus resources towards a Smart City. The type of research used in this research is descriptive qualitative. Meanwhile, data collection techniques include observation, interviews and documentation. As well as using data analysis techniques in this research, the Miles and Huberman model of data analysis techniques, namely data reduction (data reduction), data presentation (data appearance), and drawing conclusions (drawing conclusions/verification).</p> <p>Based on the research results, it shows that the Regional Education and Training Personnel Agency (BKPPD) of South Halmahera Regency has improved the human resources of regional officials through digitalization programs and community services towards Smart City. However, there are obstacles that stand in the way of improving regional apparatus human resources, namely inadequate facilities, limited budgets, and also many regional employees who are not yet skilled in operating technology due to age and other factors. This greatly influences the process of improving the quality of reliable apparatus human resources. .</p> <p><strong><em>Keywords: , , ,&nbsp;</em></strong></p> Haryono A. Hi. Gani Ali Lating Syarifuddin Usman ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2023-12-01 2023-12-01 4 2 1 12 Supervision of the Village Consultative Body (BPD) in Infrastructure Development in Indari Village, West Bacan District South Halmahera Regency https://jurnal.ummu.ac.id/index.php/jedilwisdom/article/view/1854 <p>Abstract</p> <p>The implementation of Village Development will run well, which is largely determined by the level of supervision of the Supervisory institution, one of which is the Village Consultative Body (BPD). The main task is to ensure that every development implementation runs well from the planning to evaluation and accountability aspects. BPD supervision is also important so that development implementation is in accordance with the determined goals and benefits.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>The method used in this research is a descriptive qualitative method. The data sources used are primary data such as the village head, BPD chairman, deputy chairman and members, as well as community leaders who are considered to have the ability to assess the program being implemented. Secondary data is in the form of planning and budgeting documents. which has been agreed upon by the village government and BPD. Data collection techniques are observation, interviews and documentation. And the use of data analysis techniques in research is an analysis technique, namely data reduction, data presentation and drawing conclusions or verification</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>The results of the research show that BPD supervision in the implementation of infrastructure in Indari Village in 2023 is carried out directly, including the program for building concrete fences, building toilets and building clean water. This is intended to find out more deeply about the development of the program, both in terms of time, budget realization and targeted targets. must be fulfilled in accordance with the plan that has been agreed upon in development planning. The implementation of coordination in the development program is quite good between the village government and the BPD, especially related to the program implementation process until the program ends. A number of obstacles faced include: budget delays in the disbursement process due to technical obstacles.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Supriyanto Busra Ali Lating Rahmad Suaib ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2023-12-01 2023-12-01 4 2 13 24 Community Participation in Village Development and Empowerment Study in Timbal Village, West Bacan District South Halmahera Regency https://jurnal.ummu.ac.id/index.php/jedilwisdom/article/view/1855 <p><strong><em>Abstrac</em></strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Community participation in village development and empowerment is very important for a village, because community participation is the active and effective involvement of the community in the decision-making and development processes that affect their lives. This is a process in which the community has the opportunity to provide input, influence decisions, and take part in the implementation and monitoring of development projects. Community participation has several benefits, such as increasing transparency and accountability in the decision-making process, ensuring that the results taken take into account the interests and needs of the community, and helping to create more inclusive and sustainable solutions. Community participation can be done through various means, such as public consultations, surveys, group discussions, deliberations, and so on. This can happen at various levels, from local to national.</p> <p>The aim of this research is to determine community participation and factors that hinder community participation in development in Tembal Village, South Bacan District, South Halmahera Regency. The type of research used in this research is descriptive qualitative. Meanwhile, the data collection techniques used in this research are observation, interviews, and documentation. As well as using model data analysis techniques, the Miles and Huberman model, namely data reduction, data display and conclusion drawing/verification.</p> <p>Based on the research results, it shows that community participation in village development and empowerment can be seen from participation in decision making, participation in implementation, participation in taking benefits, participation in evaluation.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Moch Suwa Ahdiyansyah Ali Lating Syarifuddin Usman ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2023-12-01 2023-12-01 4 2 25 39 Legal Protection for People with Soul Disorders (ODGJ) (Reflection on Handling ODGJ in Ternate City) https://jurnal.ummu.ac.id/index.php/jedilwisdom/article/view/1856 <p>Abstrac</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>As part of the citizenry, people with mental disorders (ODGJ) often have their rights neglected. This phenomenon of negligence can be found in almost all urban areas in Indonesia. On the other hand, even though they have limitations in various aspects, their presence in public spaces is not the will of them or their families. The fate they suffer makes their living space socially discriminated against. The city of Ternate is one of the cities in Indonesia that has quite a high incidence of ODGJ, but at the same time the infrastructure and government policies are not yet in favor of protecting them. This condition then causes a number of problems that often arise, such as ODGJ threatening residents due to negligence in monitoring cars, or ODGJ experiencing violence by residents due to the behavior of ODGJ which tends to be disturbing. The limited infrastructure needed to protect people with ODGJ is currently very important to ensure their rights as citizens are fulfilled.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Darwis Haris ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2023-12-01 2023-12-01 4 2 40 45