CHALLENGES OF THE TWELVE TIME-WORN NEIGHBORHOODS OF THE CITY OF JAHROM AND GOOD GOVERNANCE
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Good governance is a category used in various social sciences today. The purpose of this article is to
examine how good governance can address the challenges faced by the twelve dilapidated areas of Jahrom.
These dilapidated areas are a major challenge for city management. The main question is how, with good
governance, can overcome the problems that dilapidated neighborhoods face. The research methodology is
based on the use of the SWOT technique to identify challenges to good governance in Jahrom. The
statistical population consists of the experts from the municipality of Jahrom, which was calculated using the
Cochran formula for a sample of 79 people. An analytical method was used to analyze the data, ie at the
beginning the challenges of the old areas of Jahrom were identified in expert interviews. The results showed
that the old twelve districts of Jahrom have challenges such as weak local administrative authorities,
inadequate infrastructure and urban facilities for surface water and wastewater disposal, poor financial
performance of the municipality, lack of incentives for renovation. The existence of these challenges in
these areas has confronted the implementation of the good governance approach with obstacles that urban
management in this city can tackle in a good way.
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