International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

Cities without Vagrants and Beggars through My Village Program Awaits
Elly Kuntjorowati, Ikawati; Tateki Yoga Tursilarini

The appeal of big cities that promised jobs led urban villagers to the city to try their fortunes, but without the support of adequate human resources such as education, economy, and shelter, causing life to wander. The central government in this case the Ministry of Social Affairs launched a program called My Village Program Awaits which aimed to overcome the sprawl; in urban areas. The research aimed to determine whether there was a change of social welfare homeless and beggars between before and after the program. The research method used interviewed, observational and focus group discussion (FGD), and analysis used t-Test. The results showed that there were significantly changed between before program and after a program. The conclusion that the program was successful because it was in accordance with the indicator of the success of My Village Program Awaits.

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