Sustainable Child Friendly City Development (RPTRA) and its Energy Supply in the Archipelago Region (Case Study: Tidung Island, Thousand Islands, North Jakarta Municipality, Dki Jakarta Province


Authors : Saut Hamonangan Munthe; Dr. UrasSiahaan; Dr. Charles O.P. Marpaung

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 4 - April

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6521675

Tidung Island with its island condition has various problems in its development, especially in natural environmental issues, rising sea levels that threaten this region, meeting the needs of clean water, energy to the treatment of solid and liquid waste. This study seeks to record all these problems in general and specifically pay attention to the primary needs of children in terms of education, playroom and children's development needs.Based on the basic considerations of children's needs and energy supply mentioned above, this research will direct research to the Standards of Child-Worthy Cities mentioned in the Law of the Republic of Indonesia and the regulation of municipal sustainability standards through the procurement of clean water, sewage treatment and energy supply, which for an archipelago requires a very specific solution.The fulfillment of the needs of city facilities for children is already listed in the development provisions of RPTRA (Ruang Publik Terpadu Ramah Anak ) 10 (ten) Basic Empowerment and Family Welfare programs to integrate with the Child Worthy City program. Furthermore, the need to procure city facilities for children is also associated with the implementation of sustainable energy facilities, so that the construction of Tidung island based on Child Worthy Cities can be categorized into Sustainable Urban Development.The condition of Tidung Island Village as an Island, clearly has a special way of development. Tidung Island, as a city / village bounded by the sea, so that all the ordinances of life must also pay attention to the safety of children living on this island and the opportunity to develop appropriately as children from the place can be guaranteed. This problem becomes an attraction for this research, because the condition of Indonesia as a whole is an Island Nation. This should not be ignored, and the people of the Islands should still have a place to thrive and continue their traditions and culture.

Keywords : KLA (Kota Layak Anak/ Child-Worthy City), Sustainable and Energy Supply

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