I-Kepoh Aduan Awam

Aplikasi Mobile iKepoh

Aplikasi Mobile iKepoh merupakan satu inovasi baharu yang dibangunkan oleh KPKT untuk memberi kemudahan kepada orang awam bagi membuat sebarang aduan kepada Majlis Daerah Yan melalui mobile.

Objektif Aplikasi Mobile iKepoh

  • Menjalin hubungan akrab PBT dan rakyat melalui penyediaan saluran aduan yang mesra pengguna dalam memberi perkhidmatan terbaik kepada rakyat; dan
  • Pemantauan dan pengurusan aduan lebih berkesan kepada pengurusan atasan PBT dan KPKT melalui satu sumber sistem yang sama dan mudah dicapai.

Fungsi Aplikasi Mobile iKepoh

  • Membenarkan penghantaran aduan bergambar beserta lokasi secaraMobile;
  • Memberi maklumbalas kepada pengadu dengan lebih responsif; dan
  • Memantau statistik aduan oleh PBT atau JKT melalui dashboard yang disediakan dengan lebih efisien.


Maklumat Lanjut Sila Layari Website Berikut : KLIK DISINI

Traditional Kampong at a Glance In order to ensure that the kampong and rural areas in Malaysia are receiving adequate facilities and opportunities to develop, the Local Government Department (JKT) had carried out a research programme entitled Kajian Pelan Induk Kampung Tradisional dan Petempatan Tersusun (The Master Plan of Traditional Kampongs and Structured Settlements)(KPIKTPT) in Local Authority areas. KPIKTPT was established to obtain basic information on kampong areas as well as their profiles within the LA's administrative areas in Peninsular Malaysia. This research also identifies the kampong areas according to the classification of wellbeing which acts as a yardstick for future reference of the developers. Click here to view the official website for further information regarding this research project. Definition of a Traditional Kampong A traditional kampong in this research refers to a settlement area which has been inherited by the Malay people for generations and has Malay features in its architecture while its surroundings and environment are of a Malay kampong concept. The traditional kampongs which are involved in this research are according to a list which had been prepared by the Local Government Authority.



Did You Know?:

There are four (4) different types of traditional kampongs. They are the ‘kampung tradisi', fishermen's kampong, floating kampong (built above water) and aboriginal kampongs.

Based on the information gathered from the research, there are a total of 14,003 kampongs in the Local Authority's administrative areas.  Out of the total amount, 4,248 kampongs still need to be studied.

Based on the research findings, the main mode of public transportation for kampong residents are buses and taxis.

The wellness (kesejahteraan) classification is conducted through the Multi-Criteria Evaluation (MCE) method. With this classification system in place, the Ministry of Housing and Local Government (KPKT), as well as other relevant parties, would be able to improve the quality of life in kampong areas. The classification is divided into five which are: Very Prosperous (Amat Sejahtera), Prosperous (Sejahtera), Moderately Prosperous (Sederhana Sejahtera), Less Prosperous (Kurang Sejahtera) and Not Prosperous (Tidak Sejahtera). 

In line with Vision 2020, efforts are being taken to provide proper education for kampong residents. This includes providing schools which are equipped with ICT facilities in order to ensure that the kampong residents are kept abreast with current technological developments. The National Broadband Initiative (NBI) is being carried out in rural areas under the Universal Service Provision (USP) to further facilitate these efforts.

Last Updated: Wednesday, 3 March 2021 - 9:49am