Aspects of Disaster Risk Reduction in Disaster-Resilient Village (DRV)

  • Andi Pujirana Institut Agama Islam IAI As'Adiyah Sengkang
  • Musdalifa Hanis
Keywords: aspects, disaster risk reduction, resilient village, assessment


Indonesia is a country included in a country prone to natural disasters. This study aimed to evaluate disaster risk reduction efforts in the resilient village of Bonto Tallasa District Maros. The research design used analytic descriptive with the number of samples that met the criteria of 22 respondents in Bonto Tallasa Village, Maros Regency. Data were obtained from interviews and direct observation. Evaluation of disaster risk reduction efforts uses six aspects of assessment: legal aspects, planning factors, institutional elements, funding aspects, capacity development aspects, and aspects of disaster management according to the findings of the study, which used a questionnaire with 60 questions and six domains of assessment aspects, three respondents stated that Bonto Tallasa village was included in the category of resilient village disaster, and 19 respondents stated that the primary resilient village, whose meaning was formed before the research, was still in the same category, namely strict village primary disaster.


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The study was presented at the APBM International Conference 2022.

How to Cite
Pujirana, A., & Hanis, M. (2022). Aspects of Disaster Risk Reduction in Disaster-Resilient Village (DRV). International Journal of Pedagogical Advances in Technology-Mediated Education, 2(3), 56 - 63. Retrieved from