Teleskopnews.com – The Central Statistics Agency (BPS) of Meranti Islands Regency held a Regional Coordination Meeting (Rakorda) for the initial data collection of the 2022 Socio-Economic Registration (Regsosek) at the Ballroom of the Grand Indobaru Hotel, Jalan Diponegoro Selatpanjang. Monday (19/09/22) morning.
The head of the Meranti Islands BPS, Sumi’rad S.ST, said in the 2022 Regional Coordination Meeting for the Regsosek initial data collection, the theme was ‘Recording to Build the Country, One Data for Social Protection and Community Empowerment Programs’.
This data collection will be carried out for 1 month by 330 people, namely 253 Field Data Collection Officers (PPL), 67 Field Supervisory Officers (PML), 10 District Census Coordinator Officers (KOSEKA).
With the implementation of this Rakorda activity, it can be the first step in implementing the Super Priority Socio-Economic Registration activity in the context of accelerating the eradication of extreme poverty in the Meranti Islands.
“As the name implies, we are only given 3 months to conduct a census throughout Indonesia without exception,” he said.
As stated by President Joko Widodo in his speech on August 16, 2022, that the reform of the social protection program is directed at improving the recipient database through the development of Socio-Economic Registration data and accelerating the elimination of extreme poverty.
He also said that the Regsosek initial approach would later use a family approach by showing the domiciles of all family members listed on the Family Card (KK).
Therefore, all Regional Apparatus Organizations (OPD) and related agencies both at the Regency level and village and kelurahan government can help socialize and support the implementation of this Regsosek.
“Later on, the initial data collection will be carried out on October 15 – November 14, 2022,” he said.
It is necessary to note, the purpose of this Regsosek has several important points including; The realization of one Indonesian data that helps the central and local governments in realizing social welfare in Indonesia.
Second, providing a system and database for the entire population consisting of profiles, social, economic conditions, and welfare levels that are linked to population master data and other databases up to the village/kelurahan level.
Finally, social protection reform can be realized for the integration of social protection programs, cross-program collaboration, and non-government collaboration. (Dil)