Esti Pratiwi, Yenny Dwi Artini


For most of Indonesia's population, rice is the main food, so rice is a very strategic national commodity. Rice is also a food commodity that has the greatest influence on the value of the poverty line, so the government sets a policy on rice assistance to the poor. Distribution of rice for poor households (Raskin) has been started since 1998, and continues to this day by following the ability of subsidies that the government can give to poor families. In its implementation, especially in the Ngemplak subdistrict Wedomartani, Sleman DIY, poor rice programs are still not on target, not yet in number, not on time, poor quality rice, and some people sell Raskin rice to the market again. In addition there are other problems, based on data from the poor citizens of the authors who got from one of the villages in the Ngemplak Subdistrict area, there is a discrepancy between the data of poor people who are recorded as Raskin recipients and Raskin recipients in the field. With the many problems faced in implementing the Raskin program mentioned above, it is important to evaluate the Raskin Program Implementation in Ngemplak District, Wedomartani, Sleman, DIY. The research was carried out with a qualitative descriptive method, with program evaluation indicators based on the CIPP (Stufflebeam, 1967) model and indicators of the success of the Raskin program in accordance with the 2016 Raskin General Guidelines which included 6 components. Based on the research that has been done, the results show that the successful implementation of the Raskin program in Ngemplak subdistrict which best fits the predetermined indicators is the Right Administration indicator, while the other 5 indicators are still found to be problematic in its implementation.

Keyword: Public Policy; Implementing Program; Evaluating Program; Poor Rice Program.

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