Indraswati, Vina Olivia and Widiastuti, E.L. and Febryano, Indra Gumay and Hartoyo, Hartoyo and Supono, Supono COMMUNITY-BASED CONSUMED WATER IN COASTAL AREA OF DENTE TELADAS VILLAGE, TULANG BAWANG DISTRICT, LAMPUNG PROVINCE. In: The International Conference on Marine and Coastal Engineering and Sciences (ICMACES 2019), 23-24 Agustus 2019, Bandar Lampung. (In Press)

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Community access to consumed water in most coastal areas is still limited, which is one of the causes of the low level of welfare. The aim of the study was to explain the perceptions of coastal communities in Dente Teladas Village towards the provision of consumed water facilities, infrastructure, and institutional effectiveness. The data collection used purposive sampling technique with questionnaire given to 100 respondents from beneficary community and other related stakeholderswas. The data obtained were then analyzed for the perception of the provision of consumed water facilities, infrastructure, and institutional effectiveness with a Likert Scale, then described descriptively. The results of the study show that the community's perception of the facilities and infrastructure is good, the community has willingness to pay contributions, and management institution is effective. This can be seen from the existence of norms, organizations that are active and institutionalized, the capacity of administrators and members, level of trust, level of compliance, level of participation, and high level of public understanding of the applicable rules. In addition, government policies, management policies, strengthening institutional structures, programs to increase the capacity of managers and rehabilitation of drinking water facilities and infrastructure also increase the effectiveness of existing institutions. The government is expected to accelerate the development of drinking water facilities and infrastructure in coastal areas, so that every community can get access to safe consumed water and can improve their welfare. Keywords: institutions, community-based consumed water management, community perceptions, coastal areas

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: S Agriculture > SH Aquaculture. Fisheries. Angling
Depositing User: Indra Gumay Febryano
Date Deposited: 05 Nov 2019 10:59
Last Modified: 05 Nov 2019 10:59

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