Implementation of Sinabung Eruption Disaster Management Policy at Post Disaster Stage
Manurung, Rudi Kristian P.
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Disaster and its impact is a form of reality to test the foundation of disaster management policy in Indonesia. As a collision to see how far the government and society can deal with and resist the impact / cost incurred. The presence of disasters should not be something to be grateful for, but if you want to see the development of our disaster management capability, disaster is the right thing to invite so that we can see how far our ability to deal with disaster and can survive and even hit back the disaster. This research uses a qualitative approach with observation of data collection and in-depth interview. Implementation of disaster management policies was Analyzed using disposition factors, bureaucratic structures, communications and resources owned by the Karo District Government (Edward, 1980). The results showed that the disposition is a dominant factor in the implementation of disaster management policy Sinabung eruption. The implementation of the policy still has many shortcomings. This is due to the fact that the government knows more about what is needed by the victims while the community feels that the government does not involve; Them in disaster management.