Merancang Kebijakan Sosial Menejemen Pengurangan Resiko Pascabencana

Gunanto Surjono

Abstract


The reconstruction of disaster victim are very often ended when phenomenon of natural disaster ebbing away. But when the victim fell recontructed, actually the problem is starting, especially on how the ex-victims get economic resources to live on both entrepreneurship and job. The productivity of natural and human need to be revitalized to support the continuity of ex-victims and people in disaster prone area. The management of social policy on disaster risk reduction is united programs from several stakeholders, such as local and central government, corporations, and people in disaster prone area to revitalize economic resources for ex-victims and people, rehabilate infrastructure related to having disaster preparation, even to grow a new economic alternative based on natural disaster threat. By using interview with experts on disaster management, observation on disaster prone areas, and document analysis the research has been able to set an alternative forecasting of social policy on the management of pot-disaster risk management.

Keywords


social policy;risk reduction;post disaster

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31105/jpks.v12i3.1257

DOI (PDF): https://doi.org/10.31105/jpks.v12i3.1257.g671

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