Journal of Social and Political

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ISSN 2615-3718 (Online)

ISSN 2621-5675 (Print)

Published: 16 April 2020

System Context and Drivers Contributing to Collaborative Governance in Coping with HIV/AIDS in Surakarta Indonesia

Argyo Demartoto, Siti Zunariyah, Sri Hilmi Pujihartati

Universitas Sebelas Maret, Surakarta, Indonesia

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10.31014/aior.1991.03.02.173

Pages: 338-346

Keywords: AIDS Management, Collaborative Governance, System Context, Drivers

Abstract

Collaborative governance in coping with HIV/AIDS has been ineffective, thus HIV/AIDS case increases in number continuously. This research aimed to analyze system context and drivers contributing to collaborative governance in coping with HIV/AIDS in Surakarta Indonesia. The target groups of this explorative research were government, non-government, and community contributing to HIV/AIDS management in Surakarta. Observation, in-depth interview and documentation techniques were used to collect primary and secondary data, and then data validity and reliability were tested using source and method triangulations. Data analysis was conducted using an interactive model of analysis with Parsons’ functional structural theory. The result of research showed ineffective collaborative governance between Surakarta AIDS Commission, Work Group, Health Office, NGO, and Citizens Caring about AIDS, because of stakeholders’ less optimal commitment and participation in coping with HIV/AIDS, poor coordination between stakeholders, communication, information, and education of HIV/AIDS still limited to and not reaching entire community, and inadequate non-transparent budget still dependent on donor institution in conducting activities. These both inhibit and encourage dynamic collaboration. Collaborative governance of HIV/AIDS management can develop in optimal resource context, clear legal framework and deal with political dynamic and inter-actor conflict issues, community-government relation, conducive social-economic network and condition.

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