Community Empowerment through CSR in Public- Private Partnership Perspective in Pasuruan

Rodiyah, Isnaini and Putri, Magya Ramadhania and Irianto, Jusuf (2017) Community Empowerment through CSR in Public- Private Partnership Perspective in Pasuruan. Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research (ASSEHR), volume 125. pp. 286-289.

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Public-private partnership prespective can be used to see the implementation public sector project. Public sector project risks can be minimized by effective management and control trough public-private partnership. Effective communication between two parties in the exploration of needs, facilities and community empowerment play an important role to overcome conflicts of interest. Various community empowerment programs are finally be able to provide optimal benfits for all parties. Discussion as a forum for various perties can resolve the failure by formulating an appropriate empowerment model through corporate social responsibility program. The purpose of this research is to describe public-private partnership in community empowerment. This descriptive qualitative research presents the data as a result of observation, interview and documentation. There are 9 informants determined purposively from government, private and public. The data has been collected, reduced, presented (data displayed) and verified and then analyzed using interactive model. The result of the research shows that Pasuruan Government only rely on one company, that is PT. HM Sampoerna as a supporters of activities through corporate social responsibility (CSR) program. The government has not optimally explored the potential of CSR from other companies spread in pasuruan. CSR Program in the form of physical community empowerment is established Training Center for Enterpreneurship (PPK), while non-physical community empowerment is training and assisting to the public. Other result shows that the partnership of both parties is apparent, there is no formal agreement based on a written agreement, intensive and active communication both two parties is informal, also the private sector more dominant in exploring public needs. Keywords—community empowerment; corporate social responsibility; public-private partnership

Item Type: Article
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Social and Political Science > School of State Administration
Depositing User: Mrs isnaini rodiyah
Date Deposited: 03 May 2021 06:28
Last Modified: 03 May 2021 06:28

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