The Contribution of Hope Family Program and Madani Brotherhood Program in Increasing Public Health in Kendari City
Health is an important basic capital for humans to be able to function socially. Without good physical and mental health conditions, humans find it difficult to get happiness in life. Efforts to maintain and improve public health continue to be carried out, both by the government and by the community through health activities and programs. This paper aims to explore the contribution of the Hope Family Program (HFP) and the Madani Brotherhood Program (MBP) in improving public health, as well as the factors that influence it in Kendari City. The research method used is a qualitative method with a case study approach. The focus of this study is the recipients of the Family Hope Program and the Madani Brotherhood Program, where the majority of them are poor families. The results showed that: First, MBP was more effective in improving public health than HFP. This is because the community health improvement program carried out by the community is easier to implement and more sustainable in nature. Second, the factors that influence the success and failure in the implementation of the program in Kendari City are: first, the legal rules underlying the program; second, human resource factors, third, funding support factors; and finally is a factor of the values underlying the implementation of the program.