[ 17th April 2022 by allam ahmed 0 Comments ]

(6) Optimisation of Village Funds in Achieving SDGs: Lesson Learned from East Java, Wilda Prihatiningtyas, Zuhda Fitriana, Suparto Wijoyo, Ardhana Noventri

Wilda Prihatiningtyas
Faculty of Law, Universitas Airlangga
Indonesia
Zuhda Mila Fitriana
Faculty of Law, UPN Veteran
Indonesia
Suparto Wijoyo
Postgraduate School, Universitas Airlangga
Indonesia
Ardhana Christian Noventri
Faculty of Law, Universitas Airlangga
Indonesia

Purpose: This research aims to discover the ideal model of Village Regulation in order to realise SDGs Desa (Village Sustainable Development Goals). It begins with the Village Fund Management rules that become the basic legal framework of Village SDGs. This output helps the local government in designing regulation bills to realise the Village SDGs that supports the national SDGs programme.

Design/methodology/approach: This paper is an empirical study applying a statute and conceptual approach. Additionally, supporting data are gained through interviews resembling a participatory approach.

Findings: There is a relationship between ideal model regulation and the supporting programmes for Village SDG achievements.

Originality/value: This paper presents new information to optimise village funds in achieving SDGs through the development of regulatory models, especially at the local level.

Research limitations/implications: As this research discusses updated issues in Village Financial Management, the sources are limited. However, the outcome is applicable for the local government to achieve SDGs.

Practical implications: This research will help local village government to draft bills in order to achieve the SDGs Desa (Village Sustainable Development Goals).

Keywords: Public Welfare, Regulation Model, Village Funds, SDGs.

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