The Healthy District Program has been officially and systematically effective since the issuance of a Joint Regulation between the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Ministry of Health in 2005. Meanwhile, the implementation of this program in Pangkep Regency began in 2007. The purpose of this study was to analyze the implementation of such a program in the Pangkep Regency. This research was descriptive with a qualitative approach. The data were collected using in-depth interviews and document reviews. Ten informants were involved in the research. Content analysis was used to analyze the data. The findings showed that communication was carried out well within the scope of the advisory and healthy district forum teams. However, it could still be maximized to reach the community. Regarding resources, the staff (advisory and healthy district forum teams) performed quite well. However, it was found that the level of participation decreased, and some staff had excessive workloads. Regarding the facilities and infrastructure, secretariat offices were there to support the program. However, there were budget constraints for regional organizations in achieving healthy district indicators and for the teams’ incentives. The implementation of the healthy district program in Pangkep district has so far been carried out well in terms of communication and resources. However, in its implementation, a sectoral ego was found. Therefore, for the successful implementation of a healthy district program in Pangkep district, this program is led directly by the Regent or Regional Secretary to align with the Regional Head's vision and mission.