Indonesia is an area belonging to the Ring Of Fire line, fascinating the beauty of the panoramic, so attract much foreign tourists to come and see its beauty. Furthermore Indonesia is a country that often experience natural disasters, Indonesia Located in a geographical location that is prone to disaster. Disasters can be caused by both natural and behavioral factors for utilizing and managing natural resources.
In some areas of Indonesia, disasters examples that hit the country. So far, there are available disaster management regulation tools, which provides disaster management framework, Pre-disaster comprehend, emergency response, and post-disaster. Although the law has outlined comprehensive disaster management provisions, so far is still focused on the emergency response period. Further actions such as mitigation, rehabilitation and reconstruction appear not to be a top priority of disaster management activities. Other issues that are still scattered are coordination, rescue aid, appropriateness of assistance, and logistic distribution.
Key words: Policy, Disaster, Aid, BNPB, Environment
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