Karangsari Urban Village's growing population density and scarcity of land contribute to the development of slum communities. The government is making an effort to enhance settlements. However, it is unknown if the settlement improvements would result in the people achieving sustainable livelihoods. This research aims to assess the current status of community-owned livelihood assets and their sustainability. To define the circumstances of natural capital, physical capital, human capital, financial capital, and social capital in the study area, one must first characterize the conditions of natural capital, physical capital, human capital, financial capital, and social capital. A closed questionnaire and observation were used to gather primary data. The analysis used descriptive and qualitative descriptive statistical techniques. The findings indicated that the community's natural capital, physical capital, human capital, financial capital, and social capital are not sustainable.
|IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
|Published - 2 Dec 2021
|5th International Conference Planning in the Era of Uncertainty, ICPEU 2021 - Malang, Indonesia
Duration: 19 Jul 2021 → …