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A Collaborative Process Model In Managing Kalrez Csr Program Of Clean Water Installation To The Bula Community In East Seram Regency, Maluku - Indonesia

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Josep Antonius Ufi, Zainal Abidin Rengifurwarin, Jusuf Madubun, Haedar Akib, Basri Muhammad



KRZL CSR Program, collaborative process model, community development.



The issue of this study is a view on Oil & Gas’ CSR program and collaborative community development in KRZL Ltd. This study aims to analyze and discuss the collaborative process model applied to the clean water installation program to several villages in the Bula community, besides as a solution to the limitation of local government in East Part Seram Regency, Maluku Province. Primary data collection was conducted by using in-depth interview, FGD and field observation, while secondary data was conducted by using document study such as CSR program rules and reports and brochure of KLZR Ltd. Descriptive qualitative analysis technique was used for data analysis. The results showed that by optimizing participation and active involvement of the community with KLZR at each stage of the collaborative processes proved more successful in implementing the CSR program development of clean water installation to the Bula community.



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