Development Acceleration of Papua and West Papua

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In general, the acceleration of the
development of Papua and West
Papua is done
through; improving
access and quality of basic education
services, improving access and quality of
health services, improving food security,
reducing poverty and social protection,
basic infrastructure development, regional
connectivity development, and institutional
and governance development,
Improving access and quality of
basic education services, among others,
is done through: a. the development of
dormitory schools to cope with the gap
problem in access and education services
in the central highlands and other isolated
areas; b. the development of vocational
education, especially Vocational High
School (SMK) in accordance with potential
commodities in their respective custom
areas; c. reduction of illiteracy through
literacy education; d. the application of
contextual curriculum education in Papua;
e. improvement of teacher quality and
provision of additional teacher quota to
fill up the lack of teachers; and f. provide
wider opportunities for junior secondary
education and higher education for the
sons of indigenous Papuans (OAP).
Increase in access and quality of
health services, among others in the form
of: a. improving the quality of maternal
and child health services; b. improvement
of healthy living community movement;
c. development of Malaria Center;
d. decrease in incidence of malaria,
prevalence of HIV / AIDS and other
infectious diseases; e. implementation of
long-distance health services by utilizing
telemedicine technology at National /
Provincial / Regional Referral Hospital and
other health facilities; f. the assignment of
group (team based) health personnel for
a Healthy Archipelago, including poor and
underdeveloped areas; g. the assignment
of specialist doctors through the Obligation of Specialist Doctors (WKDS); and h.
educational assistance of specialist
doctors for the sons and daughters of
Papua and West Papua.
Increase in food security, among
others through: a. improvement of local
food sovereignty; b. the development
of a national food basket in Merauke
to support the national food security
program; c. development of an integrated
local commodity processing industry and
cohesive from upstream to downstream; d.
increase in livestock industry to increase
OAP’s revenues; e. enhancement of
marine and fishery industries through
empowerment of fisherman’s economy,
and marine tourism; and f. provision and
distribution of counterparts and extension
workers to improve the effectiveness
of local economic development and
marketing.
Reduction of poverty and social
protection, among others through: a.
coverage expansion of the National
Health Insurance Receipt (PBI); b. the
implementation of Family Hope Program
(PKH); c. improving the protection and
welfare system for children and women;
and D. improving and extending the
provision of capital assistance to MSMEs
and enhancing entrepreneurship for OAP.
Development of basic infrastructure,
among others through: a. development
of clean water services through the
construction of groundwater sources that
reaches all villages and isolated districts
in other water-poor areas; b. development
of healthy and habitable housing, and
improvement of environmental sanitation in
supporting clean and healthy living culture
that reaches the villages and districts;
c. construction of power plants,
transmission and electricity distribution to
power and illuminate villages and districts;
d. construction of natural gas network for
households (city gas network) along with pipeline transmission of city gas network
in Sorong City; and e. construction of
mini-hydro power plants in Pegunungan
Bintang, Ilaga and Supiori areas.
Development of regional connectivity,
among others through: a. development
and preservation of Trans Papua roads
and bridges, National Strategic Roads
and Border Roads in Papua and West
Papua Provinces to improve access and
connectivity between provinces, regencies/
cities, districts and villages to reduce
overhead cost in the central highlands and
geographically difficult to reach areas;
b. increase airport and pioneering
airports and aviation expansion paths that
can reach isolated village areas and the
implementation of air bridge services; c.
improvement of seaports and river ports
that can reach isolated village areas, and
the implementation of subsidized sea
freight transport; and D. development of
telecommunication and information that
can reach the villages and districts.
Institutional and administrative
development, among others through:
a. improving the institutional capacity
of provincial, district and municipal
governments to improve the quality
of public services; b. facilitation and
assistance in the preparation and
implementation of provincial (regional)
and special regulations (perdasus), as
mandated by the Special Autonomy Law;
c. facilitation in handling legal
issues related to custom land use for
development purposes in Papua and West
Papua Provinces; and d. implementation
of the effectiveness of the love homeland
program and national insight. The Priority
Program development of underdeveloped
regions is the implementation of
Government Regulation No. 78 of
2014 to accelerate the development
of underdeveloped or less developed
regencies than other regencies. 

Source : Tabloid West Papua 001 Year I - 15 November - 14 December 2017

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