Pelaksanaan program Inpres desa tertinggal dalam perspektif pembangunan pedesaan

Unggul Priyadi


In 1993 Indonesian overnment launched first IDT (Inpres Desa Tertinggal) program. IDT program is more than government effort to eliminate poverty, but a rural development strategy. It is directed to hike economic autonomy and to accelerate growth by increasing social economic activity based on decentralization principles.

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