E3S Web Conf.
Volume 202, 2020The 5th International Conference on Energy, Environmental and Information System (ICENIS 2020)
|Number of page(s)||12|
|Section||Environmental Technology and Conservation|
|Published online||10 November 2020|
Coastal Area Management Strategy Through Strengthening Community Capacity in Sumber Jaya Kampung Melayu District Bengkulu City
1 Faculty of social and Political Sciences, Muhammadiyah University Bengkulu, Indonesia
2 Public Administratition Program, Unversity Terbuka, Indonesia
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In general, the socioeconomic life of the coastal communities of Kampung Melayu is still in a circle of poor life, identical to the lives of the fishing communities living in the coastal areas. This is influenced by the low capacity of human resources, social economy, culture, environment, and government policies. This research aims to 1) describe the conditions and problems faced by fishing communities living in coastal areas: 2) know the strategy for building the capacity of people living in the coastal areas of Kampung Melayu, through field observations methods, interviews, FGD`s, and related literature. The results of this study are often the condition of people living in a better location within the coastal areas of Kampung Melayu. This involves the government, which provided infrastructure in the form of environmental roads, sanitation, and parks. However, there is a need to increase the capacity of human resources, alternative innovations for people's livelihoods, technology development, easy access to capital, provision of infrastructure, and market governance. In line with this, the government needs to collaborate with universities, private media sector, and local communities, for a greater success.
Key words: Community capacity / potential / coastal area
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