PROBLBEM SOVING AND DECISION MAKING TRAINING FOR VILLAGE OFFICIALS TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF VILLAGE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IN CIAWI DISTRICT, BOGOR REGENCY
Village finance must be managed in a transparent, accountable, and participatory manner, and carried out in an orderly and disciplined budget. For this purpose, village officials must have sufficient skills to be able to manage village finances based on good governance practices. In general, villages will experience various problems in each stage of the village financial management cycle and decisions must be made on these issues. To improve problem solving and decision-making skills, training was carried out using lecture, discussion, and simulation methods with training participants consisting of village heads, village secretaries, and heads of financial affairs or village treasurers. During the training, participants showed high attention to the material provided by the facilitators and actively participated in group discussions and simulations. The trainees also considered that the material presented was relevant to their needs and it was hoped that the knowledge gained could be applied to improve the quality of financial management in their respective villages
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