Social protection policy has been become one of the Indonesian government’s main political discourses and policy instruments. However, there is a lack of concern regarding social protection for citizens affected by natural disasters that cause adverse
This report identifies lessons from six countries that have faced significant disaster recovery challenges and employed different management approaches: China, New Zealand, Japan, India, Indonesia, and the United States.
This paper discusses various strategies and approaches on post-disaster shelter construction, especially regarding transitional shelter, and presents case studies from Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Indonesia, the Philippines and Haiti.
This study analyses the post-disaster recovery planning policy following the eruption of Mount Merapi in 2010 in Indonesia and the extent to which it has been facilitating the socio-economic recovery efforts of communities in an effective, efficient and sustainable way in order to reduce the socio-economic vulnerabilities that exist. The study uses a qualitative analysis of in-depth interviews of vulnerable groups that may be affected by the disaster and the actors involved in the recovery process.
This study looks at how people and organizations - in the midst of post-disaster devastation and loss - are able to see and seize opportunities for change towards sustainability. The post-disaster recovery process
This study finds that frequency of previous disasters and emergency period plays a huge role in disaster management, especially in government commitment, and risk management in general. Disasters with shorter emergency period tend to be better at task
This newsletter features several updates and activities from the Resilience Development Initiative (RDI), an Indonesian think tank initiative that focuses on disaster, environmental change and sustainable development. Content in this issue includes: