Sister Village Sebagai Alternatif Penanganan Pengungsi Erupsi Gunung Agung
Keywords:Sister village, local wisdom, the eruption of Mount Agung
This research aims to find out and analyze the implementation of the sister village concept between Duda Utara Village, Selat District, Karangasem Regency, Bali with Semarapurakangin Village, Klungkung District, Klungkung Regency, Bali in September 2017. This research is important to reduce the risk eruption of Mount Agung. This research uses a qualitative method with a descriptive approach. The technique of checking the validity of the data uses a triangulation technique that utilizes the use of sources. This research shows that there are 28 villages in the high vulnerability area of the Mount Agung eruption. The radius is safe at the 4th level situation within 6 km, there are 10 villages around Mount Agung which are vulnerable areas. The 18 other villages have status of buffer village. If the safe radius is increased to 10 km, the buffer villages recommended by Regional Disaster Management Agency (BPBD) of Karangasem are spread in three districts, namely Bangli, Singaraja and Klungkung. Sister village as a model for empowering Balinese people in facing the eruption of Mount Agung between the village of Duda Utara and the village of Semarapurakangin has gone well. Sister village grew based on the high social solidarity of the Semarapurakangin Village community in providing evacuation, relief and rescue assistance to minimize casualties. This model is one of the procedures for community empowerment in helping victims of Mount Agung eruption to provide disaster emergency facilities. Sister village between Duda Utara Village and Semarapurakangin Village is combined with indigenous Balinese local wisdom, namely Nguopin or the application of mutual cooperation with a sincere heart without receiving compensation.
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