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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616

Appropriate Natural Disaster Handling Policy To Guarantee Effectiveness Of Post-Disaster Assistance

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Widyawati Boediningsih, Afdol, Suwardi



Disaster, Relief, Swiftly, Enviroinment, Policy, BNPB, UPTD.



Indonesia is a very rich country, fascinating the beauty of the panoramic, so attract much foreign tourists to come and see its beauty. Furthermore Indonesia is a country that often experience natural disasters, ranging from floods, mount erupted until to Tsunami, Indonesia Located in a geographical location that is prone to disaster. Disasters can be caused by both natural and behavioral factors that are not responsible for utilizing and managing natural resources and the environment. In some areas of Indonesia, disasters examples that hit the country. So far, there are available disaster management regulation tools, namely Law Number 24 Year 2007 which provides disaster management framework, Pre-disaster comprehend, emergency response, and post-disaster. Although the law has outlined comprehensive disaster management provisions, so far is still focused on the emergency response period. Further actions such as mitigation, rehabilitation and reconstruction appear not to be a top priority of disaster management activities. Other issues that are still scattered are coordination, rescue aid, appropriateness of assistance, and distribution spread evenly. Institutional : On the mandate of Law 24/2007 also institutional had been formed National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) at the local level throughout and Indonesia.BNPB also set up a technically existing technical unit (UPTD) of 12 units. A BNPB Institution supported by trained human resources (HR) trained to be deployed to even the most difficult terrain.



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