The Family Hope Program (PKH) is a program of providing conditional social assistance to poor families who are designated as Beneficiary Families (KPM). The goal is to help the poor economy meet their needs both through access to health services, education and social welfare. The purpose of this study was to determine the evaluation of the Family Hope Program (PKH) carried out by PKH implementers and to find the supporting and inhibiting factors for the implementation of PKH. The research method used is qualitative with a phenomenological approach. This method uses data collection techniques including observation, interviews and documentation. The results showed that in the evaluation of the Family Hope Program (PKH) in Trieng Matang Ubi Village, Lhoksukon District, North Aceh Regency, PKH implementers had carried out tasks in the form of initial meetings and PKH socialization, PKH assistance and distribution of PKH assistance by applying the principles of Rational Legal Authority Max. Weber covers the principles of standardization and formulation, the principle of division of labor and specialization, the principle of the hierarchy of authority, the principle of professional and the principle of written documentation. Supporting factors in the Family Hope Program include being able to help the poor in terms of their children's education and health to their daily needs and bringing changes in society, both in terms of social security and people's mindsets. The inhibiting factor in the Family Hope Program, namely PKH assistance is not carried out every month but is carried out every three months because many PKH recipients in Trieng Matang Ubi Village work in the fields. Because the mentoring did not go well, some PKH recipients at Trieng Matang Ubi Village attended group meetings in other villages with the same PKH facilitator.
Keywords: Implementation, Family Hope Program (PKH), Authority Legal Rational