STRENGTHENING COMMUNITY TO PREVENT FLOOD USING PARTICIPATORY APPROACH (A CASE OF THE SEMARANG CITY) <Research Note>
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Rosli, Nurul Shahirawati binti Mohamed
Rafanoharana, Serge Claudio
Sari, Komala Ratna
mitigation and adaptation of floods
The geography of the Semarang City makes this city is frequently suffered from flooding. Land subsidence and sea level rise are also the main causes of flood in the Semarang City. To cope with this condition, several programs have been made by the government to mitigate and to adapt floods in the Semarang City. By using comparative analysis, it concludes some programs are not successful yet. The effort made by the government to develop a program for coastal zone management and protection against flooding can be efficiently implemented through coordination and participation among stakeholders and the community. Making guidelines for participatory approach is very important step to make programs more understandable for multi-stakeholders. There are two types of guidelines which is the guideline of compensation and share information (Type I) and the guideline of share information only (Type II). From these guidelines, they will know their own roles and the benefits of the programs.