The Dilemma of Relocation Community in Rusunawa at Jakarta

Retno Wd Tuti, N.Oneng Nurul B, Mawar, Dini Gandini P

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This paper describes the problems faced by the relocation community while living in a flat in Jakarta. The paper is based on the findings based on the observations made by the author in the rawabebek rusunawa, East Jakarta, where there is a tug of war between the Regional Government of DKI Jakarta and victims of relocation payments. a loss resulting in a large amount of payment for rental apartments. The flat inhabitants, who are mostly low-class residents, find it difficult to pay rent for flats because of the difficulty of finding money for living expenses including renting a house. This research is a qualitative research. Data collection is done by the method of observation, interviews, brainstorming, and literature. Some of the dilemmas that have become a problem faced by relocation communities in Rawabebek Flat include inadequate livelihoods due to loss of livelihoods, difficulties in accessing public facilities, poor service and lack of community empowerment as needed.

Key Words: flat, problems, service, relocation, empowerment


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