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2022 ◽  
pp. 130-144
Author(s):  
Aleksi J. Hendricks ◽  
Jennifer L. Hsiao ◽  
Vivian Y. Shi

2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (2) ◽  
pp. 90-104
Author(s):  
Ismail Efendy ◽  
Mappeaty Nyorong ◽  
Himmah Himmah

The Regulation of the Minister of Health of Indonesia Number 44 of 2016 provides guidelines for puskesmas so that they can apply the puskesmas management pattern properly and correctly. The initial data obtained by the Pegasing Health Center has not fully implemented the Regulation of the Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 44 of 2016 concerning management guidelines. The purpose of the study was to analyze the implementation of the Minister of Health Regulation Number 44 of 2016 concerning Public Health Center management at Pegasing Public Health Center, Central Aceh Regency. The research design used qualitative methods. The informant was the head of the puskesmas, the head of administration, the head of the admin, the head of the UKP, and the head of the UKM. The data were analyzed through the stages of reduction, data presentation and drawing conclusions. The results showed that planning, mobilization and implementation, monitoring control and performance appraisal were not carried out according to the Minister of Health No. 44 of 2016, the commitment was there but not all staff knew, the management team had not been formed, there was still a lack of staff awareness regarding the Minister of Health No. 44 of 2016. The conclusion of this study is that the Minister of Health Regulation No. 44 of 2016 does not work, organizational commitment has not been socialized, there is no management team formation, lack of concern, lack of solid team work. lack of staff knowledge and employee responsibilities.


2021 ◽  
Vol 19 (2) ◽  
pp. 200
Author(s):  
Dahlawi Dahlawi ◽  
Saddam Rassanjani ◽  
Herizal Herizal

The legitimacy given by the central government to Aceh through Law Number 11 of 2006 concerning the Aceh Government has resulted in a policy of managing Zakat as a source of regional income in Aceh by Baitul Mal Aceh (BMA). Qanun Number 10 of 2018 concerning Baitul Mal is the basis for realizing these ideals. This research tries to look at the dynamics of policy implementation in the local realm using George C. Edwards III's theory. The authors apply qualitative research to get the desired conclusion by observing and interviewing several respondents, especially those implementing the policy. In implementing Qanun Number 10 of 2018, Baitul Mal has experienced many obstacles; zakat management as local revenue cannot be implemented according to sharia regulations but must follow regional financial management guidelines. Therefore, it is necessary to make further adjustments to qanuns or derivative legal rules to make their management more optimal and follow Syar'i provisions.


2021 ◽  
Author(s):  
Gregoire Noel ◽  
Violette Van Keymeulen ◽  
Yvan Barbier ◽  
Sylvie Smets ◽  
Olivier Van Damme ◽  
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In the last 10 years, knowledges of wild bees and apoid wasps community dynamics have gained interest in urban ecology focusing on the availability of floral resources in cities. Although understudied, the urban environment impacts the conditions of their nesting sites. Recent observations in the Brussels-Capital Region (Belgium) showed that urban pavements can be a novel nesting opportunity for Hymenoptera ground-nesting species such as wild bees and apoid wasps. Here, using citizen science, we investigated the richness of ground-nesting species living under urban pavements, the preferences of the sidewalk joint size related to ground-nesting species size and for sidewalk type or for soils texture under the pavements on the nesting site selection. A total of 22 species belonging to 10 Hymenoptera families of wild bees and digger wasps with their associated kleptoparasites were identified on 89 sites in Brussels. Sandstone setts or concrete slabs with an unbound joint size around 1 cm were found to be best suitable urban pavements for the ground-nesting species. The soil texture under the pavement was highly sandy among our samples. Finally, we also suggest engineering management guidelines to support bee and wasp species nesting under urban pavement in highly urbanized areas. Such observations pave the way for much research in the field of urban ecology to conceive multifunctional pavement promoting biodiversity.


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