This article is the result of a study entitled The Function of Mangaho on Wuna Tribe conducted in the village of Wale-ale District of Tongkuno Muna. The problem in this research is to search the implementation, the function among the lives of Muna and how the model development of mangaho. The data is collected by observation and interview. There are two types of data, primary and secondary. Primary data is data obtained directly in through the community, while secondary data is data obtained through the available documents. The data is analyzed using qualitative data analysis. The implementation process of mangaho consists of eight (8) steps. The first is Kamafaka (consultative meeting Consensus), the second is Dehambi ganda (hitting drums), the third is Dohunsa Kampanaha (putting betel nut), the forth is Defofinda Anahi Kahubu (small children set foot on the ground), the fifth is Doehe saha saha hobhine be mohane (Syaha' men and Syaha' women standing), the sixth is Do mangaho haeati (the presentation of mangaho to the public), the seventh is Kabasano kasalamatino Liwu (read prayers for the safety of the village), and the last is Doeheho linda (implementation linda dance) and Dopogaatimo (farewell). Mangaho development model in the village of Muna in Wale-ale is human resource development. This is including increase knowledge about the traditional art of mangaho, and to bring out professionals tour guide in the art and culture. Other development model is the formation of traditional art cottage as a platform to delivers talents of young generation. To achieve all, we need the role of the government and other parties to provide capital assistance to support the development of mangaho. In addition, promotion of mangaho is highly needed. The promotion can be in the form of traditional art performance in order to attract investors fields of art and culture.
Keywords: process, model development, mangaho
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