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Reflection on Two Year Leadership of the East Tanjungjabung Regent
Diposting Oleh BAPPEDA Kab. Tanjung Jabung Timur | Semua Berita | Kamis, 12 April 2018 - 22:34:56 WIB

The following is the performance achievement of the Regent of the East Tanjung Jabung based on the policies and stages that are set in the Medium Term Development Plan (RPJMD) of the East Tanjungjabung Regency Year 2016 - 2021.


1. Demography of 2017

The population of the East Tanjung Jabung Regency until 2017 recorded as 216,777 consisting of 111,318 men and 105,459 women with 48.4% dependency ratio. Its population growth increased 0.6%.

The poverty rate from 2016 to 2017 decreased by 12.58% from the 13%  target in the RPJMD of 2016-2021 with the gini ratio of the regency close to 0 and better than Jambi Province.


2. Regional Infrastructure

2.1.   Development of Road Condition

The development of steady road conditions increased in the period 2015-2017 and on the contrary, the condition of damaged roads decreased.

The percentage of steady road conditions has reached the target of 2017 from 78.75% of the targeted RPJMD.


2.2.   Development of Bridges Condition

The achievement of good condition bridge has exceeded the RPJMD’s target as 26.29%. In 2015 to 2017, the number of bridges increased from 471 to 525 units (11.64%). Good bridge condition increased to 59 units (44.03%).


2.3. Development of Clean Water

The percentage of clean water increased from 52.86% in 2015 to 53.86% in 2017 with an average growth of 1.88%.


2.4. Port

The ports increased by 4 units from 2015. In 2017, the ports with  good condition stayed in 33% and had not reached the target of RPJMD 2017.


2.5. Electrification Ratio

The RPJMD’s target of the household electrification ratio in 2017 is 84%.


2.6. Communication and Information

RPJMD’s target for communications and information blank spot areas reached 100%. The government can meet all eight targets from eight total blank spots. While the coverage of communication and information for the villages/sub-district on the new internet access reached 68.81% of the RPJMD’s target as 75%.


3. Economy

The East Tanjungjabung Regency’s economy is divided into two sectors, namely upstream and downstream sectors connected to each other.


3.1. Upstream Sector

The success of the upstream sector, especially agriculture, farm, plantation, and fishery is reflected through the exchange rate of the farmers which reached 99.89% from the target of 98.8%. Some achievements of the upstream sector in the period 2015 - 2017 can be seen from several indicators:

a. Rice Productivity

The productivity of rice fluctuated in the period 2015 - 2017. In 2016, it  once grew by 13.20%, but slowed to minus 9.5% by 2017 although its productivity has exceeded the RPJMD’s target in 2017.

b. Livestock population

Livestock population continues to increase in the period 2015--2017 with an average growth of 9.32% with total livestock 3,939,673 which exceeded the target of RPJMD as 3,911,670. This is because the successful implementation of artificial insemination which reached 2,327 acceptors and the success in decreasing livestock mortality rate (181.82%).

c. Coconut Production

Coconut is a potential plantation product in the East Tanjungjabung Regency. In 2017, coconut production in the community plantation reached 51,398 tons. It contributed 48.13% of the production to Jambi province’s as much as 106,799 tons.

d. Fishery Production

The expectation of the percentage increase in aquaculture production about 56.17% of production in 2016 cannot be achieved. The growth in 2017 only reached 8.55%. The same thing happened in the percentage of capture fishery production that has not reached the target of 0.30% or much lower than 2016. In 2017, the production only 23,380 tons compared to the year 2016 with its 23,491 tons.


3.2. Downstream Sector

Downstream sector is supported by small and medium industries (IKM) and cooperatives, and the large industries existing in downstream sector is oil and gas industry. Nowadays, there are 658 units productive small and medium scale industries (IKM) from 750 (87.73%) units of the target. But, cooperatives have positive development especially non-village cooperative unit (KUD).

Featured products with the raw materials from the  Regency of  East Tanjungjabung are: 1) fishery products such as wood fire crackers, kletek crackers, prawn crackers, shrimp paste,  and fish crackers; 2) Agricultural products of banana chips; 3) Nata de coco; 4) Handicraft in the form of woven pandanus bag and batik of the East Tanjungjabung.

Besides, the government also made cooperation in the fields of plantation, farm, industry, trade, and tourism with the Lingga Regency.


4. Social Culture of Government and Human Resources

1. Education

The absorption rate of school-aged population seen from the Primary Participation Rate (APK) at the elementary level (SD) in 2017 was 113,01%, exceeding the target of RPJMD of  2017 at 112.92%. This APM is higher than the year of 2015 and 2016 which has a constant APK of 112.87%

It also occurred to the junior high school’s (SMP) APK. The absorption rate of junior high school population in 2017 increased to 99.02% from 2016 (95.66%). The APK of 2017 exceeds the RPJMD’s target with 92.29% percentage.

The Net Participation Rate (APM) for elementary school (SD) in 2017 increased by 98.01% and exceeded the target of the RPJMD in 2017 of 97.10%, unlike the net participation rate at junior high school (SMP) level in the 2017 which failed to reach the target of the RPJMD.


2. Health

The number of infant death decreased from 22.35% in 2015 to 21.29% in 2016, and in 2017 in as much as 20.24%. Similarly, toddler mortality rate decreased from 22.87% in 2015 to 21.55% in 2016 and in 2017,  it also decreased to 20.24%.

The success in the health sector is also proved by the status improvement of ten units of ordinary community health centres (puskesmas) to become treatment puskesmas spread in every sub-district in the East Tanjungjabung Regency and there are also 17 units of the accredited puskesmas.


3. Innovation

3.1.  The Regent Regulation No. 6 of 2017 on the rice program for Civil Servant

        The government ensures the stability of post-harvest rice price in accordance with the ceiling price.

3.2.  The Establishment of the regional technical implementing unit (UPTD) for Heavy Equipment in Sub-District.

        It aims to make the accelerated handling of damaged roads through self-managed.

3.3.  The Circular Letter of the Regent about Praying Together in Mosque

        It aims to improve the quality of faith and devotion of government officials.

3.4.  The allocation at least 40% of pro public budget based on target data of the poor.