Rate of Infrastructure Development in Sorong Regency

sorong District Public Works Office
2017 records show that the length
of roads in Sorong regency is 1,252
km, consisting of asphalt road surfaces of
137.39 km, rigid road surface of 712.33
km, 447.56 Km gravel road surface, , and
dirt road surface of 595.82 km.
In the sea transportation sector, which
has the potential to connect districts or
villages in the Sorong regency, the data
of the Transportation Agency of Sorong
regency noted that there are currently 10
docks in 10 districts, namely in Mayamuk,
Aimas, Seget, Makbon, Moraid, South
Salawati , Moisegen, Klamono, Beraur,
and Klabot.
In addition, Sorong Regency also
has 2 large docks, 6 special docks, 5
small docks, and 23 boat docks. Sorong
regency also has 6 special ports located
in Arar, Malabam and Salawati District.
In Arar District, there are 4 special ports,
namely; Petrochina, Loading Pier Gas
Cover, Cement Indonesia, and Hendrison
Iriana. In Malabam and Salawati, there
are special ports respectively, namely
Jaya Abadi port and Joint Operating Body
Pertamina and Petrochina.
In terms of air transportation facilities,
Sorong Regency is currently conducting
the development of an international
airport located in Klawoton Village District
Segun Airport, which originally has
an area of about 2,500 Ha, was then
developed to about 2,825 Ha.
Presently, the people of Sorong
regency use the Dominic Eduard Osok
Airport located in Sorong City to carry out
traveling activities using airplanes.
In the health sector, Sorong District
has a health facility in the form of a Type
C unit General Hospital, 18 units of
Community Health Centers spread in each
village, 53 units of Auxiliary Community
Health Centers, 174 Community Health
Center units, 11 units of Integrated
Service posts, 33 Maternity Clinics and 34
Roaming Health centers which consist of 34 units of motorcycles, 7 units of cars and
6 units of boats.
Privatization of drinking water facilities
is one indicator of household welfare.
Generally, the privatization level of the use
of drinking water facilities alone will better
ensure health, hygiene and flexibility in
terms of their use. Most or about 58.50%
of households in Sorong Regency use their
own drinking water facilities. Approximately
10.61% use collective drinking water facilities, and 9.75% use common drinking
water facilities. Currently, there are still
21.14% of households with no drinking
water facilities.
The education facilities in Sorong
District are spread over 18 regencies and
most are dominated by education facilities
to meet the basic education needs of 9
years, namely elementary and junior high
schools. Higher education facilities such
as SMA and SMK are more concentrated
in central regencies such as Aimas,
Mayamuk, Salawati and Mariat Districts.
Education facilities in Sorong
Regency are 124 elementary schools, 11
Madrasah Ibtidaiyah, 1 SLB, 42 junior high
schools, 9 Madrasah Tsanawiyah, 18 SMA, 7 Madrasah Aliyah, and 7 SMK.
To support educational facilities,
Sorong regency provides PerpuSeru
facilities (Seru Library) which is a
Partner Program with PT. Coca Cola
Foundation Indonesia and National
Library of Indonesia. This program
aims to make the library in each region
into a Center for Learning and Activity
Based Communications and Information
Technology (ICT). The new PerpuSeru program was
just existent in Eastern Indonesia in early
2016, in the provinces of NTT, Maluku,
Papua and West Papua. While the
regencies in West Papua, which received
assistance and the opportunity to receive
the PerpuSeru program, were Sorong
regency and Raja Ampat.
In Sorong, there are also 8 social
facilities in the form of orphanages,
namely; Darul Istiqomah, Sinar Kasih,
Nurul Yakin, Al Hidayah, Agape Cinta,
Muhammadiyah, Darul Aitam, and Pelita
Kasih are scattered in some districts
such as Aimas, Mayamuk and Salawati.
The number of children raised in the
orphanages is 413 people.

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

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