Chamid Sutikno, Ariesta Amanda, Misbahudin Misbahudin


The Family Hope Program is a community protection program organized by the Government of Indonesia since 2007. Through a system of providing sustainable assistance, this program aims to help communities meet their basic needs and stop the poverty line. Of course in its implementation can not be separated from the success and shortcomings, so evaluation must be carried out. With qualitative descriptive methods, interview data collection techniques, observation and documentation, as well as data validity triangulation techniques, this study aims to evaluate the Family Hope Program in Cipete Village, Cilongok District, Banyumas Regency. The results of the study indicate that the Family Hope Program can run well, as can be seen from the initial meeting, disbursement of aid, updating of Beneficiary data and verification of program participants' commitments. In addition, recommendations were obtained that this program is feasible to continue with improvements in the data updating process, considering that there are still underprivileged communities who have not been touched by the program, and beneficiaries who are no longer eligible to receive assistance. In this case, a better coordination and supervision system is needed so that the objectives of this program can be achieved effectively and efficiently.


Evaluation; Policy; Family Hope Program

Full Text:



Aiafi, Patoae Roberts, 2020. ”The Nature of Public Policy Processes in The Pasific Island”, Asia & The Pasific Public Studies.Vol 4,No.3,Pp 451-46

Ali, Huma, Urooj Islam, & Shabnan Parven. 2020. ”Impact of Green Human Resource Management Practices on Job Seekers’ Attraction”, Journal of Resources Development and Management,Vol 38, No.1,Pp 26 -32

Babatunde, Binoyo. 2019.”Effect of Poverty Reduction Programmes on Economics Development Evidence from Nigeria.” Arabian Journal of Bussines Nad Management Review (OMAN Chapter), Vol 4, No 1,Pp 26 -37

Baghebo, Michael & Nathan, Emmanuel. 2019.”The Impact of Poverty Alleviation Programmes on Economic Growth in Nigeria 1981 – 2013”. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, Vol. 5, No 10 Pp 177 – 188

B.Miles, M., Huberman, A. M., & Saldana, J. 2019. Qualitative Data Analysis - Matthew B. Miles, A. Michael Huberman, Johnny Saldaña - Google Books. In Sage Publications.

Creswell, R. 2019. Research Design, Qualitative, Quantitaive and Mixed Method Approaches, “Sage Journal”

Declan. 2020. Reliability and Validity of the International Physical Activity Questionnaire Compared to Calibrated Accelerometer cut off points in the Quantifications of Sedentary Behaviour and Physical activity in Older Adults.” Journal PONE”, Vol 1 No 9

Gold, Sarah. 2020.”Housing Assistance and Residental Stability Among Low Income Children“. The Unviversity of Chicago Press Jornal, Vol92, No.2

Karimi, Milad & Brazier, John. 2020.”Health, Health-Related Quality of Life, and Quality of Life: What is the Difference?”.The Journal of Appliied Laboratory Medicine.Pp 1-9

Kalimba, Edmond, Jaya Sukhla &Mbabazi Mbabazize. 2019. Effect of Credit Management System on Financial Performance of Development Bank in Rwanda: Case Study of Development Bank of Rwanda, “The International Journal Of Business & Management”, Vol 4 No 4

Lang, Jing & Yin, Runsheng. 2019. ”Research Trends : Policy Impact Evaluation, Future Contributions From Economics”, Journal Policy and Economics, Vol 8, No.2, Pp 142-145

Leaung, et al. 2019. ”Support for Policies to Improve the Nutritional Impact of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program in California”. American Journal of Public Health, Vol 105, No.8

McCombs, Maxwell E. and Shaw, Donald L. 2019. The Evolution of Agenda-Setting Research: Twenty-Five Years in the Marketplace of Ideas. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Morgan, D. L. 2017. Integrating Qualitative and Quantitative Methods: A Pragmatic Approach. In Integrating Qualitative and Quantitative Methods: A Pragmatic Approach. https://doi.org/10.4135/9781544304533

Naderi, Samane & Akrami, Azam. 2020. EFL Learners’ Reading Comprehension Development through MALL:Telegram Groups in Focus,” International Journal of Instruction”, Vol 1 No 2 Pp 339 -350

Nathan, A. J., & Scobell, A. 2019. Experience sampling method: Measuring the quality of everyday life. In Foreign Affairs (Vol. 91, Issue 5).

Nwagboso, Chris. 2019. “Public Policy and the Challenges of Policy Evaluation in the Third World “. British Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 5, No.1, Pp 59-76

Sahi, Nirmala Afrinti, Taufiqurokhman, And Andriansyah. 2019. “Policy Implementation of The Family Hope Program in Empowering the Poor In Bone Bolango District.” (January). Doi: 10.4108/Eai.1-4-2019.2287277.

Sommers, Benjamin. 2020. Health Insurance Coverage and Health What the Recent Evidence Tell Us” The New England Journal of Medicine, Vol 20

Wilson, Ron & Brend De Mast. 2019. ”Housing Programs, Assisted Populations, and Crime: Guest Editors’ Introduction”. Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research, Vol 15, No. 3

Yu, Stan & McLaughlin, Darrell Arthur. 2019. ”Program Evaluation and Impact Asessment in International Non Governmental organizations (INGOs) : Exploring Rules, Benefits, and Challenges”. Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Vol 4, No.2, Pp 23-36

DOI: https://doi.org/10.56655/jid.v1i2.26


  • There are currently no refbacks.

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Indexed by:



Published by.

BAPPEDA Kabupaten Cilacap
Jl. Kauman No.28B Cilacap Tengah, Kab.Cilacap 53212
Email: ejournal.jid@cilacapkab.go.id



 Creative Commons License
JID: Jurnal Inovasi Daerah is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.


View My Stats