JHRSS  Vol.10 No.1 , March 2022
Resources for Implementing Policy: Human Resources and Financial Resources HIV/AIDS Control Policy
Abstract: Discussion of social problems is the beginning of modern policy analysis. This helps to analyze HIV/AIDS problems that are difficult to identify. Most AIDS programs do not specifically look at and overcome service constraints. To respond to the high incidence of HIV/AIDS in the city of Banjarmasin is to carry out prevention efforts regulated in Regional Regulation No. 11 of 2012, which is expected to be able to provide hope in efforts to reduce the incidence of HIV/AIDS. In an effort to reduce the rate of increase in HIV/AIDS cases in the city of Banjarmasin, it is necessary to have resources, both financial and human resources, that are able to communicate policy between implementing actors so that policy messages can be delivered appropriately. So in efforts to prevent HIV/AIDS in the city of Banjarmasin must involve the participation of the government, both provincial and city governments of Banjarmasin, the community and community institutions that have the carrying capacity of HIV/AIDS control programs. The research is a qualitative research using a descriptive approach based on the perspective of public policy. The findings of the study indicate the lack of participation and commitment of many actors as well as coordination support in efforts to combat HIV/AIDS.
Cite this paper: Noviana, N. and Rosdiana, W. (2022) Resources for Implementing Policy: Human Resources and Financial Resources HIV/AIDS Control Policy. Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies, 10, 179-201. doi: 10.4236/jhrss.2022.101012.

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