SLUMPING (Slum Mapping) as An Implementation of Innovative Platform to Help Government and Humanitarian Groups Log Various Slum Area

Fia Rusmiyanti


World Bank (2017) reported around 64% people who live in urban slums are in Asia. Jakarta is one of city in Asia countries that has many slums. This study aims to help government and humanitarian groups to settlements slum area with innovation with mapping area. This study used qualitative approach. In collecting data, this used interview for expert and document analysis. The subject of this study is Advocacy Coordinator of Urban Poor Consortium (UPC), Coordinator and Member of Urban Poor Linkage (JRMK), the Chairman of Ciliwung River Community (KAKC) and Chairman of Neighbourhood (RT) 07, Halmet (RW) 01, Pademangan, Kota Tua, Jakarta. This research will be located in Ciliwung river basin area, Jakarta, Indonesia. The result of the study show that area mapping is very needed to find and determine right settlement of slum area in urban city. The finding show that the government’s efforts in determining the mapping of slums are still being monitored in terms of physical criteria.

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