Community Driven Development in Slum Management in Covid-19 Era

Argyo Demartoto, Akhmad Ramdhon, T.R. Soeprobowati, B. Warsito, T. Triadi Putranto
2021 E3S Web of Conferences  
Covid-19 pandemic spreads more widely in Indonesia. As a developing country with high population growth, urban areas in Indonesia are getting denser along with the high urbanization rate. Limited land in urban areas generates slums, for example, in Surakarta. The slum management phenomenon in Surakarta, Indonesia, is the object of this case study research using Community-driven development (CDD) theory. Data on public participation in slum environment arrangement and management in Surakarta was
more » ... collected using in-depth interviews, focus group discussion, and observation on and documentation related to the phenomenon. The result of the research showed some stages of slum arrangement in Surakarta: planning using FGD method conducted by citizens and stakeholders; implementing slum arrangement and management through repairing irrigation channel, providing feasible sanitation facility, building public open space, and developing Liquid Waste Processing Installation, and reviewing and evaluating the implementation of slum arrangement and management in Surakarta. The environment cleanliness and health maintaining behaviour is important to be habituated in urban communities to suppress Covid-19 transmission rate.
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202131701063 fatcat:ozanhqf7ijegvj2sbunzwlfkgu