This research is motivated that women have great potential in poverty alleviation activities through community and group empowerment. One of the organizations that is expected to become a potential container for development is Family Welfare and Empowerment (PKK). The demand for PKK’s flexibility to become a development agent and change agent is stronger, because PKK is one of the organizations working at the civil society level in improving family welfare and more effective because of the cadres reaching up to the village level. In today’s democracy, it is interesting to examine how the PKK works, as an organization formed by the government from the central to the village level, capable to act as an ideal female empowerment agency. The use of the structural theory from Giddens is used to look at the relationships of structures and actors within the PKK’s institutions, in its ability to respond to new challenges that come with economic reform and liberalization, in which increasingly diverse, universal and gender-responsive issues are present very quickly, so there needs to be a substantive renewal in the work program and organizational management in the future. Data were collected using a qualitative approach, with in-depth interviews and participatory observation, in the PKK of Sleman District, the results obtained in the form of analysis of the relation of structure and actors in PKK organization, which will be the reference for PKK development in the future, so PKK can act as empowerment agent adaptive women.