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Slum Settlement Strategy

Slum Settlement Strategy
The slum settlement upgrading strategy is the implementation of the mission of the Housing and Settlement Working Group
The slum settlement upgrading strategy is the implementation of the mission of the Housing and Settlement Working Group of Serdang Bedagai Regency, namely the Regional Development Planning Agency (Bappeda) and the Housing and Settlement Agency (PKP) of Serdang Bedagai Regency in order to achieve the stated vision. Implementation of upgrading of slum areas is not optimal. The concept of good upgrading slums does not guarantee the success of upgrading slum areas, because there are still many obstacles such as lack of budget, community mindset that tends to be money oriented when given assistance, and so on. Various programs and activities that have been implemented and from the large amount of funding that has been spent but slums are still a problem that is not easy to overcome even though the number of poor people has diminished. Efforts to upgrade slum areas are integrated efforts that must be carried out by all parties including the poor themselves with strong commitment from the government, community organizations and community groups.The researcher in determining the analysis of the slum level of settlements is to determine the priorities of the criteria that affect slums using seven slum indicators (Ministerial Regulation of Public Works and Public Housing Agency (PUPR) No. 2 of 2016).
The slums in the Tanjung Beringin subdistrict include buildings, drinking water supply and waste water management with conditions of high vulnerable slums, Solid Waste Management and fire protection with moderate vulnerable slums, aspects of environmental roads and drainage with low vulnerable slums ( Umar Lawal Aliyu , 2019).
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Internal and external factors that influence the organization need to be established before making the strategy formulation. Internal factors such as organizational strengths and weaknesses, while external factors such as opportunities and threats to the organization. Based on the research that has been done, the internal and external factors that affect the upgrading of slum areas are as follows ( Cara Publikasi Jurnal ):
a. Internal factors
- Strength: Conformity with the vision and mission of the regional government. Implementation of mission to achieve vision. Bappeda's and PKP Service Serdang Bedagai's commitment in providing optimal service. Sufficient quantity and quality of human resources. The function of the agency concerned as a provider of accessibility is one of the efforts to cover the lack of funds in the implementation of the program.
- Weakness: Lack of official budget Inadequate service facilities and infrastructure. Related agencies are less active in providing counseling and approaches to communities living in slum areas. The housing and settlement office (PKP) Serdang Bedagai lacks supervision over slums settlement. There is no dynamic data for setting targets for upgrading slum areas
b. External factor
- Opportunity: Stimulant funds from the Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR) for home repair. Training from the Ministry of PUPR for the development of related official human resources.Law No.1 of 2011 which regulates Housing and Settlements. The geographical location of Serdang Bedagai Regency is strategic. Cooperation with the private sector and investors in providing housing and settlement funds Characteristics of local communities that are strong in terms of socio-cultural values
- Threat: Demands for the achievement of the Government Program 100-0-100 Many settlement facilities and infrastructure are damaged. The crisis of public confidence in the management of stimulant funds from the department The community still does not participate in the revitalization of slums The mindset of the people who tend to prefer the help of money rather than material.
After identifying the strengths and weaknesses of internal factors, opportunities and threats of external factors, then identified factors that support and inhibit in upgrading slums. The factors that support the upgrading of slums are strengths and opportunities, as follows:
a.Conformity with the vision and mission of the local government
b.Implementation of the mission to achieve vision
c.Commitment of the Regional Planning and Development Agency (Bappeda) and the Housing and Settlement Agency (PKP) of Serdang Bedagai Regency in providing optimal services.
d.Sufficient quantity and quality of human resources.
e.The function of the agency concerned as a provider of accessibility is one of the efforts to cover the lack of funds in the implementation of the program.
f.Stimulant funds from the Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR) for home repair.
g.Training from the Ministry of PUPR for the development of related official human resources.
h.Law No.1 of 2011 which regulates Housing and Settlements.
i.Economy of Serdang Bedagai Regency is well growth
j.The geographical location of Serdang Bedagai Regency is strategic.
k.Cooperation with the private sector and investors in providing housing and settlement funds
l.Characteristics of local communities that are strong in terms of socio-cultural values
While the factors that become obstacles in slum settlement upgrading are from organizational weaknesses and threats, as follows:
a.Lack of official budget
b.Inadequate service facilities and infrastructure.
c.Related agencies are less active in providing counseling and approaches to communities living in slum areas.
d.The housing and settlement office (PKP) Serdang Bedagai lacks supervision over slums settlement
e.There is no dynamic data for setting targets for upgrading slum areas
f.Demands for the achievement of the Government Program 100-0-100
g.Many settlement facilities and infrastructure are damaged.
h.The crisis of public confidence in the management of stimulant funds from the department
i.The community still does not participate in the revitalization of slums
j.The mindset of the people who tend to prefer the help of money rather than material.
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