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    • 1. Bang Pu<br />รูปภาพสำหรับ<br />Parvathi Nair, Anna Sinnott, TarekRazzouk, Felipe Larach, Noor Al Ghafari, Kitty Kam, Elian Peña and Josue Robles<br />NattavadeePeanpanichskul, PeerapatSingkalvanich and PrechapongArkadsopa<br />
    • 2. Strategy and Methodology for Site Work<br />Strategic Development Pressures<br />Klong Mai Tai Site<br />Comparison Site<br />Interviews<br />Participatory Action Research (30 people)<br />- Participatory Workshop Living space<br />Interviews with 12 Community Members<br />Klong Ta-Kok<br />- Community Interview <br />- Observations<br />Photo here<br />Mayor<br />Community Round Table <br />(8 people)<br />Info gaps<br />Community Leaders<br /><ul><li>Construction Materials Survey & </li></ul> Knowledge Exchange<br />Survey (5 houses) <br /> Use<br />Space ---Materials<br />Photo here<br />Second hand building materials market<br />Community Architect<br />Observations and Informal Interviews<br />
    • 3. Source: interview with Mayor of Bang Poo and community architect<br />Competition for Land<br />Competitionland (public and private)<br />How to reconcile the demand for public and private land, the development of infrastructure and squatter settlements in Bang Poo? <br />Ban Man Kong<br /><ul><li>BTS Sky train
    • 4. Large scale infrastructure (water)
    • 5. Industrial Logistic
    • 6. Road expansion
    • 7. Government Centers</li></ul>Secure Tenure (private land)<br />Squatter settlements Eviction<br />Long term Tenure Security<br />relocation<br />Leasing (30 years + 10 years + ...)<br />UrbanizationBKK Growth<br />Decentralization<br />Airport<br />DEVELOPMENT PRESSURE<br />Time<br />
    • 8. Source: interview with Mayor of Bang Poo, NULICO and community members.<br />Plan Making System<br />How can Municipality and communities improve the holistic planning within SamutPrakarn Province?<br /><ul><li>Lack of holistic plan making processes
    • 9. Top down planning process with limited participation</li></ul> Central Government<br />Highways Dept. Treasury Dept.<br />SamutPrakarn Province<br />Mueng District<br />Institutional Planning<br />Bang Poo Municipality (Mayor)<br />Leader<br />Leader<br />Leader<br /> NULICO<br />Communities<br />Communitymembers<br />Communitymembers<br />Communitymembers<br />
    • 10. Source: Community architect, interview with housholds, observations, Comprehensive Plan 2009<br />Environment and Flooding<br />How to balance the environmental degradation of land due to the ineffective implementation of environmental protection policies with adverse impacts on communities?<br /><ul><li>Weak Implementation of Comprehensive Plan
    • 11. Development (eg airport)
    • 12. Environmental Flooding
    • 13. Communities</li></ul>Flood Alleviation<br />Agriculture Use<br />Mangrove Conservation<br />Comprehensive Plan (actualised 2009). Land Uses<br />Slum communities<br />
    • 14. Baan ManKong Achievements<br />Source: Interviews with NULICO<br />1. Community network<br />2. Success of previous exp.<br />3. Support of other community (training, negotiation techniques)<br />4. Start to know each other<br />Municipality Relationship<br />MAYOR<br />- Empowerment<br /><ul><li>Self-sufficiency of </li></ul> individual (knowledge)<br />- Trust in the community<br />NULICO<br />Leader<br />Leader<br />Leader<br />Ban ManKong : Delivery of housing, Secure housing tenure, Quality of life, Ability to know each other, Community service (Social welfare)<br />
    • 15. Accessibility<br />How can Baan Mankong become more accessible for vulnerable people (eg very poor and elderly)?<br />BAANN MANKONG HOUSEHOLDS<br />Baan Mankong Households<br />Low income households<br />Lack of community engagement<br />Lack of relation between members of other communities<br />Weak relation with CODI: <br /> access to poor fund<br />EXCLUDED<br />HOUSEHOLDS<br />Excluded Households:<br />Affordability: cannot join savings groups (informal-rural economy)<br />Inclusion: <br /> Baan Mankong criteria loans (<55 years)<br />S O C I A L B A R R I E R<br />COMMUNITY<br />
    • 16. Community Mobilisation<br />Can strengthening links between communities members within the Baan Mankongprogramme improve community mobilsation? <br /><ul><li>Poor community mobilisation beyond savings group
    • 17. Isolation- weak physical and social connections between communities</li></ul>Leader<br />Leader<br />Leader<br />Communities<br />Communities<br />Communities<br />
    • 18. Use of Living Space<br />Building the knowledge of <br />understanding physical environment.<br />Source: Interviews, surveying and observation<br />The gap in transformation physical environment<br />Quality and quantity approach – an extensive survey of 5 households on spatial and social levels<br />Zones of activity & social interaction<br />Existing community<br />‘in-between spaces’<br />Spatial cognition of the households<br />precedent<br />
    • 19. Source: Interviews, surveying and observation<br />Affordability<br />How can affordability issues within Ban Mankong be addressed?<br /><ul><li>Recyclable construction materials from existing dwellings translates into financial asset
    • 20. Reduce the cost of houses to make them more affordable – initial estimates from the survey suggest this could be a third (50,000B) of the overall cost of each unit
    • 21. Reusing materials can reduce the need to buy new additional construction materials.
    • 22. Selling and/or buying from the second hand market can reduce construct costs</li></ul>ta-bae ka mai. Second-hand wood shop<br />
    • 23. Improving Community Mobilisation<br />Source: Interviews with NULICO<br />Approach:  Address community mobilisation through expanding the links between community members in different communities.<br />Potential Activities:<br /><ul><li>Events and opportunities for interaction
    • 24. Training and knowledge groups, house wives, young people, occupation groups, construction knowledge.
    • 25.  Share places as markets, sports centres, community centres.
    • 26. Involve the people in Environmental improvements. </li></ul>Leader<br />Leader<br />Leader<br />Communities<br />Communities<br />Communities<br />
    • 27. Planning System Participation<br />Source: Interviews with Mayor community architect<br />SamutPrakan PAO – Plan Making & Development Projects <br />Create direct relationship between Bang Poo Municipality and the Province to participate in the plan making process<br />Improve information dissemination to community members and participation in the planning process<br />Community Feedback<br />SamutPrakan People Organization<br />Bang Poo City Formula<br />District<br />Direct Participation<br />NULICO<br />Bang Poo Municipality<br />Strong Link<br />Information dissemination<br />Baan Mankong<br />
    • 28. What have we learned?<br />What we learnt<br /><ul><li>The power of the mobilization of communities.
    • 29. The value of local knowledge and self-sufficiency
    • 30. The strength of networking and collective knowledge for the community
    • 31. Be flexible in your research approach
    • 32. The importance of the role of women in Baan Mankong
    • 33. Always introduce yourselves before an interview...</li></ul> <br />
    • 34. Thank you to Klong Mai Tai Community<br />

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