Empirical Analysis the Government and Private Intervention Model for Social Conditions Recovery of Public Economics at After Poso Conflict

Nudiatulhuda Mangun, Wildani Pingkan, Eko Jokolelono


Anyone can get a conflict, as the case in Poso District. Conflict was occurred repeatedly from December 1998 to 2001, although conflict resolution has been implemented through the Peace of Malino I and Malino II. Many people dies, property burned and many refugees cannot return to their hometowns. They look for new settlements and becoming new communities by reorganizing their socio-economic life. They began to reorganize their social relationships and livelihood resources. This study is aimed to analyze the model of Government and Private interventions to restore the socio-economic conditions of Poso District post-conflict. Kawua, Petirodongi and Pamona urban villages are the study location. The three urban villages become new settlement for refugee from 20 urban villages. The respondents are 98 heads of households to answer research questions. The data is analyzed by qualitative and quantitative analysis tools. Research results shows that conflicts have an impact on socio-economic conditions change for displaced communities as mass migration, broken relationships, livelihoods changes, emergence of a prolonged sense of trauma and limitation of customary activities. It need intervention model to improve the condition of refugees post-conflict recovered or to minimize the problem post-conflict. It needs intervention model in form of programs, both from government and private sector as a solution to the refugees problems to recover their socio-economic situation.

Keywords: Conflict, Refugees and Economic-Social Transformation


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