Post Disaster Relocation through Special Housing Program in Indonesia: The Case of Post Flood and Landslide in Bogor, West Java

Authors : Winda Dwi Aryani ; SobarSutisna; Lasmono; Pujo Widodo; Herlina Juni Risma Saragih

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 2 - February

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- Based on the 2021 Indonesian Disaster Risk Index (IRBI) study, all regions of Indonesia have a high or moderate level of risk. On 1st January 2020, flood and landslide occurred in Bogor and caused casualties, thousands of people had to evacuate to a safer place and even lose their house. Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 24 of 2007 on Disaster Management has regulated the responsibilities of the central and local government in disaster management, among other things is provision and rehabilitation of housing and settlement for disaster victims.This study uses qualitative research methods.Documentation studies and interviews to several informant isconducted to collect data for this study. The conclusion of this study shows that the focus in handling people affected by floods and landslides in Sukajaya District, Bogor Regency is to keep people them from disaster-prone area. For this reason, relocation and resettlement activities were chosen as a strategy to recover community life after the disaster and to reduce disaster risk in the future. The relocation of disaster-affected community was carried out through an existing program, namely the Special Housing Program. Collaboration between central government and local government is conducted in implementing this program.

Keywords : Post Disaster Relocation; Special Housing Program;Permanent Housing.


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