Concept of End Water Poverty in Jabung District, Malang Regency, IndonesiaJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 7)
Publication Date: 2021-07-15
Authors : Nidyaul Elya; Ismu Rini Dwi Ari; Septiana Hariyani;
Page : 1330-1334
Keywords : Clean Water; Accessibility; Rural Area; Water Poverty Index;
Some of the goals to be achieved by the SDGs are based on issues that are developing in all parts of the world. Often there are problems that are difficult to solve and are interrelated with one another. One of the SDGs goals is clean water and no poverty, while the condition of clean water in Jabung District causes other problems such as issues of health, welfare, to poverty. The research wants to know how the condition of clean water and poverty in Jabung District, Indonesia, so that it can provide an accurate understanding of the causes of poverty. Poverty measurement uses a clean water approach using the Water Poverty Index which combines five components, namely resource, access, capacity, use, and environment. The measurement of clean water poverty is carried out by comparisons between the non-poor and the poor, so that it can be seen the factors of clean water poverty that need to be improved and solve the poverty problem in Jabung District. The results of the analysis show the value of each component, and the components with poor conditions in Jabung District are the environment and water use. WPI conditions for poor people are worse in terms of access and capacity components, so WPI scores are lower than non-poor people. This shows that there is a need for attention to environmental conditions to solve the problem of poverty in Jabung District.
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