COMMUNITY GOVERNANCE-BASED MODEL TOWARD DISASTER MANAGEMENT
PRATIWI, DIAH EGHA
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This research aims to find out about community governance in handling disaster management in Special Region of Yogyakarta. Because community governance very relevant with disaster management, so in this research want to know about the government. This research uses descriptive qualitative approach method. The techniques used to conduct the data collection are the observation, and interview. Then location of this research conducted in BPBD in Special Region of Yogyakarta, and also with NGO because according to the theory of community governance the government should have the coordination or collaboration with NGO, in this research there are 2 NGO include : Muhammadiyah Disaster Management Center (MDMC) and Yakkum Emergency Unit (YEU) and also with society. Data analysis techniques used in this research used data qualitative. The conclusion in this research there are six according to the theory of community governance there are sic principles including : (1) The concern of the local authority should extend beyond the services provided to the overall welfare of the area, (2) The local authority’s role in community governance is only justified if it is close to and empowers the communities within and the citizens which constitute them, (3) The local authority must recognize the contribution of the other organizations, public private and voluntary and see its task as enabling (not controlling) that contribution, (4) The local authority should ensure that the whole range of resources in the community is used to the full for the good of its area, (5) To make best use of those resources the local authorities will need to review rigorously how needs are best met and to be prepared to act in many different ways, (6) In showing leadership, the local authority must seek to reconcile to balance and in the finas resort to judge the diversity of use and interests.