Pasang Surut Peran Negara Bagi Masyarakat Adat di Wilayah Perbatasan RI-PNG (Studi Kasus di Kampung Skouw Mabo Distrik Muara Tami)


  • Melyana Ratana Pugu Program Studi Hubungan Internasional FISIP Universitas Cendrawasih, Papua,


Implementation, Evaluation, Utilization, Educational Program, Yalimo.


Skouw Mabo is one of Indonesia's border villages located in the district of Muara Tami Kota Jayapura which is directly adjacent to Wutung Papua New Guinea. The area of Skouw Mabo is 87.70 Km2 with 518 inhabitants. This border research study uses qualitative research methods in which it explains the role of the state and citizens of Indonesia-Papua New Guinea. The outcome of this study is that the role of the country in the border region in the study in the village of Skouw Mabo District of Muara Tami Jayapura City has not run optimally because firstly, the resources of the low-level government apparatus. Second, supporting facilities and infrastructure are very minimal good infrastructure, health, education and market. Third, there is no master plan for the development of border villages established by the state. Similarly, the role of citizens in this case indigenous peoples in the village area Skouw Mabo not optimal because people are not prosperous due to the lack of facilities and supporting infrastructure above also due to the low human resources of this village community.


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