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Implementation of Sustainable Slum Handling Program (Empirical Study of the KOTAKU Program)

*Alamsyah Pratama  -  Planning and Regional Development, Universitas Hasanuddin, Indonesia
M. H. Jamil  -  Faculty of Agriculture, Universitas Hasanuddin, Indonesia
A. Roland Barkey  -  Faculty of Forestry, Universitas Hasanuddin, Indonesia
Received: 28 Jul 2020; Published: 28 Feb 2021.
Editor(s): Rukuh Setiadi, Ph.D
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The handling of slums is an issue that continues to be a concern until now to realize a city and settlements are livable, inclusive, safe, and sustainable. To realize this, the Government & NUSP-2 collaborated to form the KOTAKU (City Without Slums) program. Sinjai Regency, South Sulawesi. This research used descriptive qualitative methods with logic analysis approaches including data collection, data reduction, data display, and data verification. Data collection used observation of slums that have been handled, documentation, and interviews with key informants. The results showed that the implementation of the KOTAKU program succeeded in reducing the area of slums in some priority areas of handling. The results also showed that not all aspects are sustainable applied to the handling of slums through the KOTAKU program.

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Keywords: implementation; KOTAKU program slums; sustainable

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