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Upaya Birokrasi Pemerintah Dalam Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Lokal Sekitar Taman Nasional Wasur Andi Patta Yusuf; Dapot Pardamean Saragih
SOCIETAS Vol 10 No 1 (2021): Societas : Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi Dan Sosial
Publisher : Universitas Musamus, Merauke, Papua

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Taman Nasional Wasur tidak terlepas dari berbagai permasalahan yang melekat didalamnya.Pada saat iniumumnya mengalami berbagai permasalahan dihadapi dimana telah terekam dalam media informasi yaituperburuan hewan sejenis kanguru, rusa, cenderawasih dan pembakaran di wilayah hutan seperti datamenunjukkan kejadian kebakaran hutan sejak agustus hingga september 2019 ada sekitar 44 titik api diTaman Nasional Wasur (TNW) Merauke. Permasalahan tersebut merupakan aktivitas masyarakat secarameramu dalam melangsungkan hidupnya untuk menopan perekonomian keluarga. Keberadaan TamanNasional Wasur disyaratkan birokrasi pemerintah berupaya memberdayakan masyarakat sekitar tamannasional wasur. Tujuan penelitian ini untuk mendeskripsikan upaya birokrasi pemerintah dalampemberdayaan masyarakat lokal. Metode penelitian kualitatif dengan pendekatan kualitatif. Sumber dataprimer dan sekunder. Penelitian dilakukan melalui observasi, wawancara, dokumentasi dan angketpertanyaan secara mendalam.Teknik Analisis data dilakukan dengan mereduksi, menyajikan danmenyimpulkan. Hasil Penelitian menunjukkan bahwa upaya birokrasi pemerintah dalam pemberdayaankepada masyarakat sekitar taman nasional wasur terdapat beberapa upaya dilakukan dengan adanyakegiatan-kegiatan pemberdayaan kepada masyarakat seperti: pemberian bantuan pengembagan usahaekonomi produktif, mengola penyulingan minyak kayu putih dan mengelola budidaya anggrek danpengembangan usaha jasa wisata. Dengan demikian pemberdayaan masyarakat memberikan nilai tambahterhadap perekonomian masyarakat lokal dan mengalihkan aktivitas masyarakat sebelumnya merusakhutan yang dilindungi menjadi aktivitas pembangunan masyarakat
The Relationship of Employee's Ethnic Origin to the Maturity Level of Subordinates in Situational Leadership Fitriani Fitriani; Dapot Pardamean Saragih; Poetri Enindah Suradinata
SOCIETAS Vol 11 No 2 (2022): Societas: Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi dan Sosial
Publisher : Universitas Musamus, Merauke, Papua

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The uniqueness of the population in Papua is the diversity of ethnicities and religions that come from all corners of the archipelago, but can live side by side without conflict. This condition also occurs in the world of government, especially in the application of situational leadership types. This study aims to determine how much the relationship between the ethnic origin of employees and the level of maturity of subordinates in situational leadership is carried out in the Papua Provincial Government. The method used is a quantitative research method using the statistical test of Sommer's dyx relationship to validate the theory of situational leadership, namely to determine the maturity level of subordinates and the leadership style used based on the suitability of the situation meeting, as well as the additional Lambda relationship test. Respondents consist of 21 (twenty one) leaders and 130 (one hundred and thirty) subordinates spread over 7 (seven) offices in the Papua Provincial Government. The results of this study found the magnitude of the relationship +0.23 (very weak relationship) where the subordinates of each ethnic origin, were at a high level of maturity, which had a weak/small relationship in the group of ethnic origin. This indicates that the Papua Provincial Government employees already have a high level of subordinate maturity (M3-M4) by applying a situational leadership style (S3-S4) and only slightly has a relationship with the employee's ethnic origin, while a large/strong relationship comes from factors otherThe uniqueness of the population in Papua is the diversity of ethnicities and religions that come from all corners of the archipelago, but can live side by side without conflict. This condition also occurs in the world of government, especially in the application of situational leadership types. This study aims to determine how much the relationship between the ethnic origin of employees and the level of maturity of subordinates in situational leadership is carried out in the Papua Provincial Government. The method used is a quantitative research method using the statistical test of Sommer's dyx relationship to validate the theory of situational leadership, namely to determine the maturity level of subordinates and the leadership style used based on the suitability of the situation meeting, as well as the additional Lambda relationship test. Respondents consist of 21 (twenty one) leaders and 130 (one hundred and thirty) subordinates spread over 7 (seven) offices in the Papua Provincial Government. The results of this study found the magnitude of the relationship +0.23 (very weak relationship) where the subordinates of each ethnic origin, were at a high level of maturity, which had a weak/small relationship in the group of ethnic origin. This indicates that the Papua Provincial Government employees already have a high level of subordinate maturity (M3-M4) by applying a situational leadership style (S3-S4) and only slightly has a relationship with the employee's ethnic origin, while a large/strong relationship comes from factors otherThe uniqueness of the population in Papua is the diversity of ethnicities and religions that come from all corners of the archipelago, but can live side by side without conflict. This condition also occurs in the world of government, especially in the application of situational leadership types. This study aims to determine how much the relationship between the ethnic origin of employees and the level of maturity of subordinates in situational leadership is carried out in the Papua Provincial Government. The method used is a quantitative research method using the statistical test of Sommer's dyx relationship to validate the theory of situational leadership, namely to determine the maturity level of subordinates and the leadership style used based on the suitability of the situation meeting, as well as the additional Lambda relationship test. Respondents consist of 21 (twenty one) leaders and 130 (one hundred and thirty) subordinates spread over 7 (seven) offices in the Papua Provincial Government. The results of this study found the magnitude of the relationship +0.23 (very weak relationship) where the subordinates of each ethnic origin, were at a high level of maturity, which had a weak/small relationship in the group of ethnic origin. This indicates that the Papua Provincial Government employees already have a high level of subordinate maturity (M3-M4) by applying a situational leadership style (S3-S4) and only slightly has a relationship with the employee's ethnic origin, while a large/strong relationship comes from factors otherThe uniqueness of the population in Papua is the diversity of ethnicities and religions that come from all corners of the archipelago, but can live side by side without conflict. This condition also occurs in the world of government, especially in the application of situational leadership types. This study aims to determine how much the relationship between the ethnic origin of employees and the level of maturity of subordinates in situational leadership is carried out in the Papua Provincial Government. The method used is a quantitative research method using the statistical test of Sommer's dyx relationship to validate the theory of situational leadership, namely to determine the maturity level of subordinates and the leadership style used based on the suitability of the situation meeting, as well as the additional Lambda relationship test. Respondents consist of 21 (twenty one) leaders and 130 (one hundred and thirty) subordinates spread over 7 (seven) offices in the Papua Provincial Government. The results of this study found the magnitude of the relationship +0.23 (very weak relationship) where the subordinates of each ethnic origin, were at a high level of maturity, which had a weak/small relationship in the group of ethnic origin. This indicates that the Papua Provincial Government employees already have a high level of subordinate maturity (M3-M4) by applying a situational leadership style (S3-S4) and only slightly has a relationship with the employee's ethnic origin, while a large/strong relationship comes from factors otherThe uniqueness of the population in Papua is the diversity of ethnicities and religions that come from all corners of the archipelago, but can live side by side without conflict. This condition also occurs in the world of government, especially in the application of situational leadership types. This study aims to determine how much the relationship between the ethnic origin of employees and the level of maturity of subordinates in situational leadership is carried out in the Papua Provincial Government. The method used is a quantitative research method using the statistical test of Sommer's dyx relationship to validate the theory of situational leadership, namely to determine the maturity level of subordinates and the leadership style used based on the suitability of the situation meeting, as well as the additional Lambda relationship test. Respondents consist of 21 (twenty one) leaders and 130 (one hundred and thirty) subordinates spread over 7 (seven) offices in the Papua Provincial Government. The results of this study found the magnitude of the relationship +0.23 (very weak relationship) where the subordinates of each ethnic origin, were at a high level of maturity, which had a weak/small relationship in the group of ethnic origin. This indicates that the Papua Provincial Government employees already have a high level of subordinate maturity (M3-M4) by applying a situational leadership style (S3-S4) and only slightly has a relationship with the employee's ethnic origin, while a large/strong relationship comes from factors otherThe uniqueness of the population in Papua is the diversity of ethnicities and religions that come from all corners of the archipelago, but can live side by side without conflict. This condition also occurs in the world of government, especially in the application of situational leadership types. This study aims to determine how much the relationship between the ethnic origin of employees and the level of maturity of subordinates in situational leadership is carried out in the Papua Provincial Government. The method used is a quantitative research method using the statistical test of Sommer's dyx relationship to validate the theory of situational leadership, namely to determine the maturity level of subordinates and the leadership style used based on the suitability of the situation meeting, as well as the additional Lambda relationship test. Respondents consist of 21 (twenty one) leaders and 130 (one hundred and thirty) subordinates spread over 7 (seven) offices in the Papua Provincial Government. The results of this study found the magnitude of the relationship +0.23 (very weak relationship) where the subordinates of each ethnic origin, were at a high level of maturity, which had a weak/small relationship in the group of ethnic origin. This indicates that the Papua Provincial Government employees already have a high level of subordinate maturity (M3-M4) by applying a situational leadership style (S3-S4) and only slightly has a relationship with the employee's ethnic origin, while a large/strong relationship comes from factors otherThe uniqueness of the population in Papua is the diversity of ethnicities and religions that come from all corners of the archipelago, but can live side by side without conflict. This condition also occurs in the world of government, especially in the application of situational leadership types. This study aims to determine how much the relationship between the ethnic origin of employees and the level of maturity of subordinates in situational leadership is carried out in the Papua Provincial Government. The method used is a quantitative research method using the statistical test of Sommer's dyx relationship to validate the theory of situational leadership, namely to determine the maturity level of subordinates and the leadership style used based on the suitability of the situation meeting, as well as the additional Lambda relationship test. Respondents consist of 21 (twenty one) leaders and 130 (one hundred and thirty) subordinates spread over 7 (seven) offices in the Papua Provincial Government. The results of this study found the magnitude of the relationship +0.23 (very weak relationship) where the subordinates of each ethnic origin, were at a high level of maturity, which had a weak/small relationship in the group of ethnic origin. This indicates that the Papua Provincial Government employees already have a high level of subordinate maturity (M3-M4) by applying a situational leadership style (S3-S4) and only slightly has a relationship with the employee's ethnic origin, while a large/strong relationship comes from factors otherThe uniqueness of the population in Papua is the diversity of ethnicities and religions that come from all corners of the archipelago, but can live side by side without conflict. This condition also occurs in the world of government, especially in the application of situational leadership types. This study aims to determine how much the relationship between the ethnic origin of employees and the level of maturity of subordinates in situational leadership is carried out in the Papua Provincial Government. The method used is a quantitative research method using the statistical test of Sommer's dyx relationship to validate the theory of situational leadership, namely to determine the maturity level of subordinates and the leadership style used based on the suitability of the situation meeting, as well as the additional Lambda relationship test. Respondents consist of 21 (twenty one) leaders and 130 (one hundred and thirty) subordinates spread over 7 (seven) offices in the Papua Provincial Government. The results of this study found the magnitude of the relationship +0.23 (very weak relationship) where the subordinates of each ethnic origin, were at a high level of maturity, which had a weak/small relationship in the group of ethnic origin. This indicates that the Papua Provincial Government employees already have a high level of subordinate maturity (M3-M4) by applying a situational leadership style (S3-S4) and only slightly has a relationship with the employee's ethnic origin, while a large/strong relationship comes from factors otherThe uniqueness of the population in Papua is the diversity of ethnicities and religions that come from all corners of the archipelago, but can live side by side without conflict. This condition also occurs in the world of government, especially in the application of situational leadership types. This study aims to determine how much the relationship between the ethnic origin of employees and the level of maturity of subordinates in situational leadership is carried out in the Papua Provincial Government. The method used is a quantitative research method using the statistical test of Sommer's dyx relationship to validate the theory of situational leadership, namely to determine the maturity level of subordinates and the leadership style used based on the suitability of the situation meeting, as well as the additional Lambda relationship test. Respondents consist of 21 (twenty one) leaders and 130 (one hundred and thirty) subordinates spread over 7 (seven) offices in the Papua Provincial Government. The results of this study found the magnitude of the relationship +0.23 (very weak relationship) where the subordinates of each ethnic origin, were at a high level of maturity, which had a weak/small relationship in the group of ethnic origin. This indicates that the Papua Provincial Government employees already have a high level of subordinate maturity (M3-M4) by applying a situational leadership style (S3-S4) and only slightly has a relationship with the employee's ethnic origin, while a large/strong relationship comes from factors otherThe uniqueness of the population in Papua is the diversity of ethnicities and religions that come from all corners of the archipelago, but can live side by side without conflict. This condition also occurs in the world of government, especially in the application of situational leadership types. This study aims to determine how much the relationship between the ethnic origin of employees and the level of maturity of subordinates in situational leadership is carried out in the Papua Provincial Government. The method used is a quantitative research method using the statistical test of Sommer's dyx relationship to validate the theory of situational leadership, namely to determine the maturity level of subordinates and the leadership style used based on the suitability of the situation meeting, as well as the additional Lambda relationship test. Respondents consist of 21 (twenty one) leaders and 130 (one hundred and thirty) subordinates spread over 7 (seven) offices in the Papua Provincial Government. The results of this study found the magnitude of the relationship +0.23 (very weak relationship) where the subordinates of each ethnic origin, were at a high level of maturity, which had a weak/small relationship in the group of ethnic origin. This indicates that the Papua Provincial Government employees already have a high level of subordinate maturity (M3-M4) by applying a situational leadership style (S3-S4) and only slightly has a relationship with the employee's ethnic origin, while a large/strong relationship comes from factors otherThe uniqueness of the population in Papua is the diversity of ethnicities and religions that come from all corners of the archipelago, but can live side by side without conflict. This condition also occurs in the world of government, especially in the application of situational leadership types. This study aims to determine how much the relationship between the ethnic origin of employees and the level of maturity of subordinates in situational leadership is carried out in the Papua Provincial Government. The method used is a quantitative research method using the statistical test of Sommer's dyx relationship to validate the theory of situational leadership, namely to determine the maturity level of subordinates and the leadership style used based on the suitability of the situation meeting, as well as the additional Lambda relationship test. Respondents consist of 21 (twenty one) leaders and 130 (one hundred and thirty) subordinates spread over 7 (seven) offices in the Papua Provincial Government. The results of this study found the magnitude of the relationship +0.23 (very weak relationship) where the subordinates of each ethnic origin, were at a high level of maturity, which had a weak/small relationship in the group of ethnic origin. This indicates that the Papua Provincial Government employees already have a high level of subordinate maturity (M3-M4) by applying a situational leadership style (S3-S4) and only slightly has a relationship with the employee's ethnic origin, while a large/strong relationship comes from factors otherThe uniqueness of the population in Papua is the diversity of ethnicities and religions that come from all corners of the archipelago, but can live side by side without conflict. This condition also occurs in the world of government, especially in the application of situational leadership types. This study aims to determine how much the relationship between the ethnic origin of employees and the level of maturity of subordinates in situational leadership is carried out in the Papua Provincial Government. The method used is a quantitative research method using the statistical test of Sommer's dyx relationship to validate the theory of situational leadership, namely to determine the maturity level of subordinates and the leadership style used based on the suitability of the situation meeting, as well as the additional Lambda relationship test. Respondents consist of 21 (twenty one) leaders and 130 (one hundred and thirty) subordinates spread over 7 (seven) offices in the Papua Provincial Government. The results of this study found the magnitude of the relationship +0.23 (very weak relationship) where the subordinates of each ethnic origin, were at a high level of maturity, which had a weak/small relationship in the group of ethnic origin. This indicates that the Papua Provincial Government employees already have a high level of subordinate maturity (M3-M4) by applying a situational leadership style (S3-S4) and only slightly has a relationship with the employee's ethnic origin, while a large/strong relationship comes from factors otherThe uniqueness of the population in Papua is the diversity of ethnicities and religions that come from all corners of the archipelago, but can live side by side without conflict. This condition also occurs in the world of government, especially in the application of situational leadership types. This study aims to determine how much the relationship between the ethnic origin of employees and the level of maturity of subordinates in situational leadership is carried out in the Papua Provincial Government. The method used is a quantitative research method using the statistical test of Sommer's dyx relationship to validate the theory of situational leadership, namely to determine the maturity level of subordinates and the leadership style used based on the suitability of the situation meeting, as well as the additional Lambda relationship test. Respondents consist of 21 (twenty one) leaders and 130 (one hundred and thirty) subordinates spread over 7 (seven) offices in the Papua Provincial Government. The results of this study found the magnitude of the relationship +0.23 (very weak relationship) where the subordinates of each ethnic origin, were at a high level of maturity, which had a weak/small relationship in the group of ethnic origin. This indicates that the Papua Provincial Government employees already have a high level of subordinate maturity (M3-M4) by applying a situational leadership style (S3-S4) and only slightly has a relationship with the employee's ethnic origin, while a large/strong relationship comes from factors otherThe uniqueness of the population in Papua is the diversity of ethnicities and religions that come from all corners of the archipelago, but can live side by side without conflict. This condition also occurs in the world of government, especially in the application of situational leadership types. This study aims to determine how much the relationship between the ethnic origin of employees and the level of maturity of subordinates in situational leadership is carried out in the Papua Provincial Government. The method used is a quantitative research method using the statistical test of Sommer's dyx relationship to validate the theory of situational leadership, namely to determine the maturity level of subordinates and the leadership style used based on the suitability of the situation meeting, as well as the additional Lambda relationship test. Respondents consist of 21 (twenty one) leaders and 130 (one hundred and thirty) subordinates spread over 7 (seven) offices in the Papua Provincial Government. The results of this study found the magnitude of the relationship +0.23 (very weak relationship) where the subordinates of each ethnic origin, were at a high level of maturity, which had a weak/small relationship in the group of ethnic origin. This indicates that the Papua Provincial Government employees already have a high level of subordinate maturity (M3-M4) by applying a situational leadership style (S3-S4) and only slightly has a relationship with the employee's ethnic origin, while a large/strong relationship comes from factors otherThe uniqueness of the population in Papua is the diversity of ethnicities and religions that come from all corners of the archipelago, but can live side by side without conflict. This condition also occurs in the world of government, especially in the application of situational leadership types. This study aims to determine how much the relationship between the ethnic origin of employees and the level of maturity of subordinates in situational leadership is carried out in the Papua Provincial Government. The method used is a quantitative research method using the statistical test of Sommer's dyx relationship to validate the theory of situational leadership, namely to determine the maturity level of subordinates and the leadership style used based on the suitability of the situation meeting, as well as the additional Lambda relationship test. Respondents consist of 21 (twenty one) leaders and 130 (one hundred and thirty) subordinates spread over 7 (seven) offices in the Papua Provincial Government. The results of this study found the magnitude of the relationship +0.23 (very weak relationship) where the subordinates of each ethnic origin, were at a high level of maturity, which had a weak/small relationship in the group of ethnic origin. This indicates that the Papua Provincial Government employees already have a high level of subordinate maturity (M3-M4) by applying a situational leadership style (S3-S4) and only slightly has a relationship with the employee's ethnic origin, while a large/strong relationship comes from factors otherThe uniqueness of the population in Papua is the diversity of ethnicities and religions that come from all corners of the archipelago, but can live side by side without conflict. This condition also occurs in the world of government, especially in the application of situational leadership types. This study aims to determine how much the relationship between the ethnic origin of employees and the level of maturity of subordinates in situational leadership is carried out in the Papua Provincial Government. The method used is a quantitative research method using the statistical test of Sommer's dyx relationship to validate the theory of situational leadership, namely to determine the maturity level of subordinates and the leadership style used based on the suitability of the situation meeting, as well as the additional Lambda relationship test. Respondents consist of 21 (twenty one) leaders and 130 (one hundred and thirty) subordinates spread over 7 (seven) offices in the Papua Provincial Government. The results of this study found the magnitude of the relationship +0.23 (very weak relationship) where the subordinates of each ethnic origin, were at a high level of maturity, which had a weak/small relationship in the group of ethnic origin. This indicates that the Papua Provincial Government employees already have a high level of subordinate maturity (M3-M4) by applying a situational leadership style (S3-S4) and only slightly has a relationship with the employee's ethnic origin, while a large/strong relationship comes from factors otherThe uniqueness of the population in Papua is the diversity of ethnicities and religions that come from all corners of the archipelago, but can live side by side without conflict. This condition also occurs in the world of government, especially in the application of situational leadership types. This study aims to determine how much the relationship between the ethnic origin of employees and the level of maturity of subordinates in situational leadership is carried out in the Papua Provincial Government. The method used is a quantitative research method using the statistical test of Sommer's dyx relationship to validate the theory of situational leadership, namely to determine the maturity level of subordinates and the leadership style used based on the suitability of the situation meeting, as well as the additional Lambda relationship test. Respondents consist of 21 (twenty one) leaders and 130 (one hundred and thirty) subordinates spread over 7 (seven) offices in the Papua Provincial Government. The results of this study found the magnitude of the relationship +0.23 (very weak relationship) where the subordinates of each ethnic origin, were at a high level of maturity, which had a weak/small relationship in the group of ethnic origin. This indicates that the Papua Provincial Government employees already have a high level of subordinate maturity (M3-M4) by applying a situational leadership style (S3-S4) and only slightly has a relationship with the employee's ethnic origin, while a large/strong relationship comes from factors otherThe uniqueness of the population in Papua is the diversity of ethnicities and religions that come from all corners of the archipelago, but can live side by side without conflict. This condition also occurs in the world of government, especially in the application of situational leadership types. This study aims to determine how much the relationship between the ethnic origin of employees and the level of maturity of subordinates in situational leadership is carried out in the Papua Provincial Government. The method used is a quantitative research method using the statistical test of Sommer's dyx relationship to validate the theory of situational leadership, namely to determine the maturity level of subordinates and the leadership style used based on the suitability of the situation meeting, as well as the additional Lambda relationship test. Respondents consist of 21 (twenty one) leaders and 130 (one hundred and thirty) subordinates spread over 7 (seven) offices in the Papua Provincial Government. The results of this study found the magnitude of the relationship +0.23 (very weak relationship) where the subordinates of each ethnic origin, were at a high level of maturity, which had a weak/small relationship in the group of ethnic origin. This indicates that the Papua Provincial Government employees already have a high level of subordinate maturity (M3-M4) by applying a situational leadership style (S3-S4) and only slightly has a relationship with the employee's ethnic origin, while a large/strong relationship comes from factors otherThe uniqueness of the population in Papua is the diversity of ethnicities and religions that come from all corners of the archipelago, but can live side by side without conflict. This condition also occurs in the world of government, especially in the application of situational leadership types. This study aims to determine how much the relationship between the ethnic origin of employees and the level of maturity of subordinates in situational leadership is carried out in the Papua Provincial Government. The method used is a quantitative research method using the statistical test of Sommer's dyx relationship to validate the theory of situational leadership, namely to determine the maturity level of subordinates and the leadership style used based on the suitability of the situation meeting, as well as the additional Lambda relationship test. Respondents consist of 21 (twenty one) leaders and 130 (one hundred and thirty) subordinates spread over 7 (seven) offices in the Papua Provincial Government. The results of this study found the magnitude of the relationship +0.23 (very weak relationship) where the subordinates of each ethnic origin, were at a high level of maturity, which had a weak/small relationship in the group of ethnic origin. This indicates that the Papua Provincial Government employees already have a high level of subordinate maturity (M3-M4) by applying a situational leadership style (S3-S4) and only slightly has a relationship with the employee's ethnic origin, while a large/strong relationship comes from factors other.
Upaya Birokrasi Pemerintah Dalam Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Lokal Sekitar Taman Nasional Wasur Andi Patta Yusuf; Dapot Pardamean Saragih
Societas : Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi dan Sosial Vol 10 No 1 (2021): Societas : Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi Dan Sosial
Publisher : Universitas Musamus, Merauke, Papua

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/sjias.v10i1.3263

Abstract

Taman Nasional Wasur tidak terlepas dari berbagai permasalahan yang melekat didalamnya.Pada saat iniumumnya mengalami berbagai permasalahan dihadapi dimana telah terekam dalam media informasi yaituperburuan hewan sejenis kanguru, rusa, cenderawasih dan pembakaran di wilayah hutan seperti datamenunjukkan kejadian kebakaran hutan sejak agustus hingga september 2019 ada sekitar 44 titik api diTaman Nasional Wasur (TNW) Merauke. Permasalahan tersebut merupakan aktivitas masyarakat secarameramu dalam melangsungkan hidupnya untuk menopan perekonomian keluarga. Keberadaan TamanNasional Wasur disyaratkan birokrasi pemerintah berupaya memberdayakan masyarakat sekitar tamannasional wasur. Tujuan penelitian ini untuk mendeskripsikan upaya birokrasi pemerintah dalampemberdayaan masyarakat lokal. Metode penelitian kualitatif dengan pendekatan kualitatif. Sumber dataprimer dan sekunder. Penelitian dilakukan melalui observasi, wawancara, dokumentasi dan angketpertanyaan secara mendalam.Teknik Analisis data dilakukan dengan mereduksi, menyajikan danmenyimpulkan. Hasil Penelitian menunjukkan bahwa upaya birokrasi pemerintah dalam pemberdayaankepada masyarakat sekitar taman nasional wasur terdapat beberapa upaya dilakukan dengan adanyakegiatan-kegiatan pemberdayaan kepada masyarakat seperti: pemberian bantuan pengembagan usahaekonomi produktif, mengola penyulingan minyak kayu putih dan mengelola budidaya anggrek danpengembangan usaha jasa wisata. Dengan demikian pemberdayaan masyarakat memberikan nilai tambahterhadap perekonomian masyarakat lokal dan mengalihkan aktivitas masyarakat sebelumnya merusakhutan yang dilindungi menjadi aktivitas pembangunan masyarakat