E3S Web Conf.
Volume 156, 20204th International Conference on Earthquake Engineering & Disaster Mitigation (ICEEDM 2019)
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|Published online||13 March 2020|
Disaster-based participatory development planning
1 Civil Engineering Department, University of Andalas, Indonesia
2 Student of the Master Program in Civil Engineering, University of Andalas, Indonesia
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
Disasters are a global problem in many countries. Particularly in Indonesia,where has many prone areas to disasters. The perspective of disastermanagement has entered a new paradigm, from previously only focusing onemergency response activities to mitigation and preparedness approaches. Mitigation andpreparedness are carried out when disasters do not occur. Indisaster risk mitigation, it is necessary to involve active communityparticipation, especially in planning for disaster-related development. So far, the communities are mostly only passive object in the development program that only accepts any initiatives of disaster-based development made by thegovernment. The communities need to be placed as active subjectsparticipating in the disaster-related development in their community. Many disaster-based infrastructure developments so far still use the top-downmechanism, namely disaster planning, and management entirely based on the initiation of the government or organization. In Disaster Management Law No.24/2007, it is stated that the community has the right to be actively involved indisaster management efforts in their communities. This paper aims to identifywhat forms of community participation in disaster-based development,especially at the planning stage of infrastructure development activities.
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