Neighborhood Program in Community Empowerment and Infrastructure Development


  • Siswa Adi Purnama University of Merdeka Malang, Indonesia
  • Tommy Hariyanto University of Merdeka Malang Indonesia
  • Catur Wahyudi University of Merdeka Malang Indonesia



Community Empowerment, Infrastructure, Neighborhood


This article describes and analyzes the implementation obstacles to the RT Keren policy in community empowerment and infrastructure development in the Sentul Village. The research location was conducted in Sentul Village, Blitar City, East Java Province. There are two sorts of data sources: primary and secondary. Primary data was obtained from the Urban village head, Urban village secretary, and technical executor of development affairs at the RT/RW (Neighbourhood/Hamlet) level. Secondary data consists of data that has been transformed into documents, reports, and other formats. Data analysis consisted of multiple steps, including data collection, reduction, presentation, and conclusion drawing or verification. The research results found if The implementation of the Keren RT Program has been running in accordance with Blitar Mayor Regulation Number 6 of 2022. This implementation consists of 4 stages: planning, preparation, implementation, and supervision. From these 4 stages, it can be seen if the community's response is outstanding, the implementation of the program has used the principles of transparency, participation, accountability, sustainability, order, benefit, and obedience, and finally, the RT Keren Program Implementer has understood the procedures and provisions for implementation. The program starts from planning to monitoring correctly.


How to Cite

Siswa Adi Purnama, Tommy Hariyanto, & Catur Wahyudi. (2023). Neighborhood Program in Community Empowerment and Infrastructure Development. International Journal of Research in Social Science and Humanities (IJRSS) ISSN:2582-6220, DOI: 10.47505/IJRSS, 4(2), 18–25.