DISASTER AND RESILIENCE FOR THE 2007 FLOOD EVENT IN PART OF SUKOHARJO REGENCY

https://doi.org/10.22146/ijg.2380

Sinta Damayanti(1*), Muh Aris Marfai(2)

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Abstract


Community resilience has become an important factor in a disaster mitigation plan.
Resilience is related to the ability to recover from a disaster and is for every person
different. This research intends to assess community resilience for flood disaster. Factors
for quantifying community resilience were asked to respondents by giving questionnaire
and interviewing them, and FGD was also done in order to generate flood map based on
the community knowledge. The FGD result shows that the flood depth in the study area
varies from 0 until 300 cm, and the duration of inundation varies from 1-7 days. Flood
also caused losses, and the distribution of the losses was Rp. 0 - 100,000,000,- although, in
general, the losses was merely below Rp. 2,000,000,-. Based on the weighting result, the
resilience value of the respondent is distributed from 0.113 until 0.700. The average
resilience value of Laban village is 0.403, and 0.368 for Kadokan village. The resilience
value was mostly influenced by human capital. In order to increase the community
resilience, government has established flood control devices and rehabilitated the dike along
the river.


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