Good Will Trust in Institutional Governance Networks in the Implementation of a Livable House Development Program in Gowa Regency


Trust is needed to reduce complex interactions between actors and achievement results among the organization’s public. This study aims to analyze the implementation of the livable housing development program in Gowa Regency using the approach of good trust in the governance network. This research method uses a qualitative approach, and the data in this study comes from primary and secondary sources. The data collection included observations, in-depth interviews, and documentation. Data analysis was conducted through interactive analysis. The results state that the first element of goodwill is that the responsiveness of the stakeholders is very good and indicates a commitment to carrying out the assistance program for the construction of livable houses in Gowa Regency. The second element of devotion stated that there were several regulations from the central government and ministerial regulations regarding assistance for the construction of livable houses based on these regulations, and that the Government of Gowa Regency is committed to implementing a livable housing development program. The third element of collaboration identifies that the Perkimtan Service participated in a survey to verify the eligibility of prospective beneficiaries through the fields appointed to be program assistants, according to the aid quota of the Self-Help Housing Stimulant Assistance Program (the Housing and Settlements).

Keywords: good will trust, institutional governance network, program implementation

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