Evaluation of Implementation of Disaster Management Policy of Local Disaster Management Board (BPBD) Karo
Siahaan, Asima Yanty Sylvania
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This research is based on factors that obstructed the effectiveness of the implementation of Sinabung disaster management policy in Karo regency. This research is based on Eugene Bardach theory based on criteria of legality evaluation, political acceptability and robustness under conditions of administrative implementation, and improvability and has not been fully effective used in overcoming the disaster of Mount Sinabung in Karo Regency.Using qualitative research method approach, this study reveals that evaluations conducted by the evaluator have not touched the legality side which discussed the overlapping of rules and the absence of Special Disaster Regional Regulations in the perspective of regional autonomy. The criteria of political acceptability reveal the disappearance of the role of the actors involved in accommodating the Sinabung disaster budget. Furthermore, based on the robustness criteria under the conditions of administrative implementation and improvability is the elaboration of the performance report without revealing whether the results and benefits of activities have been in accordance with the needs of refugees in the area where the eruption of Mount Sinabung eruption.