Evaluation study on a chilli, mango, citrus and shallot development program
Expanding per capita incomes, growth in urban population and changing lifestyle will have an impact on the demand of high value fruit and vegetable. Therefore, government did some intervention through a development program. This research was important to gather information about government intervention and the evaluation of results. The research was conducted in January-April 2015 using secondary data of government intervention in the last ten years. The purpose of this research was to evaluate the chilli, mango, citrus, mango and shallot development program. The approach in this research uses the CIPP (contex, input, process and product) model by Stufflebeam. Research results showed that there are 127 objectives of activities related to the shallot, chilli, mango and citrus development program. The most desirable activities were the farming system, followed by processing, governance, marketing, inputs, and postharvest. Shallot activities are mostly done in processing field, chilli in farming system or cultivation field, mango in marketing field, and citrus in processing field. The most desirable activities were assisting or facilitating, followed by research, capacity building, promotion or exhibiton. Shallot activities are mostly done in the form of assisting or facilitating, chilli activities are in the form of assisting or facilitating, mango are in the form of reseach, and citrus activities are in the form of assisting or facilitating.
Arsanti, I.W. and Nugrahapsari, R.A. (2018). Evaluation study on a chilli, mango, citrus and shallot development program. Acta Hortic. 1205, 245-252
inventory, government, intervention