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The Sister Village Program: Promoting Community Resilience after Merapi Eruption Elysia, Vita; Wihadanto, Ake
The Indonesian Journal of Planning and Development Vol 3, No 1 (2018): February 2018
Publisher : Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Diponegoro University

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Local Government of Magelang Regency initiates the Sister Village Program after Mount Merapi Eruption in 2010. The idea of this program is to connect villages at risk from Merapi eruption to partner villages with less risk in the surrounding regions. This program is part of post-disaster recovery initiatives at the local level which includes planned evacuation routes, shelters, provision of food and other daily essentials. This paper aims to shed light on the role of sister village program in promoting community resilience after the volcanic eruption of Merapi. It is found that the system of sister village program can fulfill many aspects of community resilience components. Considering Indonesia is one of the most disaster-prone countries in the world, this program should be regarded as a good example to be replicated in other prone areas in the country.
TATALOKA Vol 19, No 4 (2017): Volume 19 Number 4, November 2017
Publisher : Diponegoro University

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This research is purported to understand and map people?s preferences on rearrangement plan of the area. General description of people?s preferences is resulted by using qualitative descriptive analysis on data gained from interview and FGD. Furthermore, by employing Participatory Prospective Analysis (PPA) the people?s preferences has represented through the following key variables, those are transparency, people?s bargaining position, tenurial (ownership) system, communication, land value, institution/organization, location?s economic value, and level of conflict potential. Based on those variables, the future?s scenarios are constructed as follows: (1) Status quo; (2) Negative; (3) Positive; and (4) Progressive.  The way to anticipate the first two scenarios are to close or impede any room or possibilities of the scenarios? emergence. Meanwhile, for the last two scenarios, the anticipation way is to promote or enhance the scenarios? emergence, maintaining sustainability of the scenarios, as well as avoiding any ways that can reverse the scenarios? direction. Both ways of anticipation should be carried out through transparency, communication, and institution.
Analisis Karakteristik dan Penilaian Tingkat Kekumuhan Kawasan Permukiman ‘Kampung Braga’ - Kota Bandung Wihadanto, Ake; Barus, Baba; Achsani, Noer Azam; Bratakusumah, Deddy S.
Journal of Regional and Rural Development Planning Vol 1, No 2 (2017): Journal of Regional and Rural Development Planning
Publisher : Center for Regional Systems Analysis, Planning and Development (CrestPent) IPB

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An unexpected growth of slum settlement has been happening in most of Indonesian cities. ?Kampung Braga? is one of the slum areas located in one of strategic areas in the centre of Bandung city. It is an enclave that lies along the side of Cikapundung river and surrounded by the tourism area. This research analyzed characteristics and untidiness level of ?Kampung Braga?. The untidiness level assessment was based on dimensions (aspects) stated by Minister of Public Works and Housing?s Regulation no. 02/PRT/M/2016 regarding housing and slum area quality development: (1) building; (2) surrounding road; (3) water; (4) drainage; (5) waste management; (6) trash management; and (7) fire security. This research also formulated composite index that can be used in area quality assessment. The index consists of the following aspects or indicators: (1) The buildings? density; (2) people?s density per lot; (3) availability of infrastructures and utilities; (4) availability of open public space; (5) inexpediency to area?s spatial planning; and (6) lot?s ownership. The index was determined or calculated based on weighted average of those indicators. The results show that(1) most of the residents are small (low scale) entrepreneurs in trading, with low level of education and income; (2)most of the buildings are under 45 m2, occupied by 8 people (mostly consists of 2 households), lie on high density location, and in improper condition; (3) Low level infrastructures (road, water, waste treatment facility, drainage, and green area); and (4)spatially, the buildings lie irrelarly, and some of those are also located at the bank of Cikapundung river. The overall condition is also reflected in the result of the quantitative assessment that the quality of ?Kampung Braga? is categorized as ?Very Low? which score of 0.25 (0.00 ? 1.00 scale), and ?Very High Slum? (score 88).  Therefore, ?Kampung Braga? needs to be transformed in order to enhance quality of the area, as well as people?s quality of life.