Disaster Management Practice Towards Diverse Vulnerable Groups in Yogyakarta
Dyah Rahmawati Hizbaron, Maulida Iffani, Helvetia Wijayanti, Ghalih Nur W.
Dyah Rahmawati Hizbaron
Available Online November 2016.
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- Vulnerability, mitigation, disaster, DI Yogyakarta, Indonesia
- A paradigm shift in disaster management practices have been outlined in the Hyogo Framework for Action and Sendai Framework for Action. The research aims at exploring possible relationship between disaster management programs for vulnerable groups in Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta Province. This research area randomly selected several hamlets, i.e. Kepuharjo and Umbulharjo Villages, as hazard-prone areas of Merapi volcano eruption; Kricak Kidul and Pingit Villages, as flood hazard-prone areas; and Parangtritis Village as tsunami hazard-prone areas. Thereby, the research employs a qualitative approach to describe the relationship amongst two main variables, such as disaster management program (pre, per and post-disaster) either in urban and rural areas especially for vulnerable groups. The results showed that: 1) there are different organization systems in disaster management praxis; 2) the main stakeholder within disaster management praxis is enormous, however BPBD and Social Agency hold a significant role; 3) the main idea of the programs normally focus within emergency situation, yet contemplate the logic into daily business; 3) the distribution and intensity of disaster management praxis yet spatially equal; 4) the output of the program is generally acknowledged to strengthen resilience, however not ensuring sustainability yet. In general, these two agencies have the same objective to establish a disaster resilient community. BPBD was establishing Desa Tangguh Bencana (Destana) with indicators of independence of the village in conducting disaster mitigation activities. Social Agency was forming Kampung Siaga Bencana (KSB) with regard to the sustainability of disaster mitigation activities through monitoring. Meanwhile, the main factors contributing to vulnerability are 1) lack of preparedness; 2) minimum infrastructure support; 3) disaster management system which has not been implemented yet at research area.
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TY - CONF AU - Dyah Rahmawati Hizbaron AU - Maulida Iffani AU - Helvetia Wijayanti AU - Ghalih Nur W. PY - 2016/11 DA - 2016/11 TI - Disaster Management Practice Towards Diverse Vulnerable Groups in Yogyakarta BT - lst International Cohference on Geography and Education (ICGE 2016) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 7 EP - 12 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icge-16.2017.2 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icge-16.2017.2 ID - RahmawatiHizbaron2016/11 ER -