ALLOCATION OF EXPENDITURE OF POOR FAMILY AS ARECIPIENT OF PROGRAM KELUARGA HARAPAN (PKH)
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families after receiving the Program Keluarga Harapan (PKH) or Conditional
Cash Transfer (CCT). Combination of cross-sectional and retrospective designs
were applied in this research. Data collection locations were carried out in eight
villages in Dramaga District, Bogor Regency. The research sample was
determined randomly (probability sampling) used a systematic method and
obtained a study sample of 150 CCT recipient families. Data was processing used
descriptive statistics. The CCT funding eligible for the family who has school-age
children, toddlers, nursing mother, and pregnant woman. The CCT funds are spent
by families with an average range of two weeks. The beneficiary of PKH
significantly improving the quality of education and health, increasing the amount
of family savings, and family income. The allocation of CCT funds more than half
is used for human investment. However, in the allocation of CCT funds, there are
still families who use PKH funds for non-educational activities such as
food/household needs, pay-off debt, saving, electricity payment, and business
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