Innovation in Support of Local Government Policies and Community Empowerment in the Development of Tourist Village-Based Destination Areas on the Coast of Bone Bolango Regency


Authors : Dr. Sri Yulianty Mozin; Romy Tantu, S; Panji I. Nusa; Rukyah Biahimo

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 10 - October

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The purpose of this research is to design a model of innovation of local government policy and community empowerment in the development of tourist village-based destinations in Bone Bolango Coastal Regency, so as to support tourism development in the Tomini Bay Area. The method used is qualitative through in-depth interviews, FGD, and documentation / literature review studies. The results of this study found (1) the development of tourist village-based destination areas in Bone Bolango Coastal Regency has been supported by legal / legitimacy policies / umbrellas by the Bone Bolango Regency Government through the Bone Bolango Regent's Decree Number: 131 / Kep / Bup.BB / 121/2021 determined based on the potential and capacity of local resources and uniqueness consisting of marine and coastal tourism and becomes a guideline for policy making in the field of tourism in Bone Bolango Regency; (2) Community empowerment by the government in the development of tourist village-based destinations in Bone Bolango Coastal Regency is still at the level of the establishment of a Tourism Conscious Group (Pokdarwis) that has not played an active role in various forms of tourism management in the village. The process of transferring knowledge of tourism development, especially to coastal local communities is still limited to the education of souvenir making and diving techniques, has not had a significant influence in improving the quality of village attraction programs, and has not been able to bring a sense of belonging to coastal local communities to the progress of tourism in their villages; (3) Synergy between local government policies and community needs has been implemented well through the Development Planning Conference (Musrembang) where in the participatory budgeting process using a bottom-up approach that provides space for the community to voice their needs on the part of the government, actively influencing budget plans and the preparation of village development projects. However, the Village Fund Budget has not been allocated for the development of tourist village-based destinations in Bone Bolango Coastal Regency. Support of the Bone Bolango Regency Government through Bimtek, as well as the provision of jetski and banana boat rides have not been optimally utilized by the village community for the development of tourist villages; (4) The model of innovation of local government policy and community empowerment in the development of tourist villagebased destination areas in Bone Bolango Coastal Regency is projected for sustainable tourism development, for which the policy of the Next District Government Regulation is operationalized for the development of tourist villages that rely on four pillars, namely (a) conservation of marine and coastal tourism areas, (b) education for environmental and cultural preservation, (c) community participation, and (d) accommodate local wisdom.

Keywords : Policy, Community Empowerment, Tourist Village.

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