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Coastal Communities Share Inspirations in Commemoration of Disaster Preparedness Day 2024

The stories recounted in the book are well-aligned with the HKB 2024 commemoration’s focus on coastal community resilience. The book imparts valuable insights for policymakers, specifically with regard to planning coastal area management and conservation programs.
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Joint Efforts to Build Sustainable Resilience in Kupang District

Endy hopes that with better understanding of disasters, planning and regulations at the district and village levels will no longer be a copy and paste from previous years. We hope that the budget can be used more appropriately to help protect residents from the threat of natural disaster based on the specific risk profile at that time including climate forecasts.
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Innovations in Disaster Resilience Studies in Coastal Areas and Small Islands of Gili Tramena

Considering this situation, the SIAP SIAGA Program together with the BPBD of NTB Province and the NTB Disaster Risk Reduction Forum, designed a study tool that adapted 3 models at once, referencing indicators of disaster resilient villages (Destana), the resilience of small islands and coastal areas, and sustainable livelihoods. The integration of these 3 models is the first of its kind in Indonesia.
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Pioneering Sustainable Disaster Resilience In Customary Villages In Bali

‘We call disasters caused by nature panca baya, and they include linuhbaya (earthquake-induced disasters), erbaya (water-induced disasters), agnibaya (fire-induced disasters), bayubaya (wind-induced disasters), and jiwabaya (psychological-condition-related disasters or languages). We call non-natural disasters geringbaya’, said Sudiana.
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Promoting Persons with Disabilities as Agents of Change in Disaster Management

The next task is to ensure that all stakeholders in disaster management, including government, communities, businesses, universities, and the media, understand what GEDSI is and why it is so important. “The important thing is to build a mindset first. Previously, people knew Gender but did not understand disability and inclusion,”.
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Meaningful Engagement Of People With Disabilities For Inclusive Disaster Management

“We call it meaningful engagement because HWDI NTB was really deeply involved, all the way to the decision-making process. Opinions in the form of proposals and inputs from us were really taken into consideration. We were given a significant space to play a role,” continued Sri. “It is not easy for disability organisations, especially for women with disabilities, to build relationships with other institutions because the two main issues we are fighting for, namely women and disability, are not among the things that usually get special attention.
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Mainstreaming GEDSI Perspective through Disaster Resilient Campus

In the guidelines prepared by BPBD Bali and FPRB Bali, with support from SIAP SIAGA, a Disaster Resilient Campus is defined as a program developed by various institutions, both within and outside the campus, that aims to improve campus preparedness in all phases of disaster management. This program is useful to ensure that campuses have disaster management plans that are effective and can be implemented properly, especially by students, education personnel, and the entire campus community.
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