COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT MODEL ANALYSIS ON MOUNT SINABUNG POST-ERUPTION REHABILITATION AND RECONSTRUCTION PROCESS IN INDONESIA
This study aims to see the community development process in the relocation of mount Sinabung eruption in Karo, Indonesia. Stage two of the Mount Sinabung Post-Eruption Rehabilitation andReconstruction policy in Karo Regency, North Sumatra, Indonesia as a self-relocation process is evaluated. After the Mount Sinabung eruption, the residents of the area prepared the land on their own to build homes. Prior to the building of the house, TPRM (Tim Pendamping Relokasi Mandiri) provided mentorship services. Self-relocation policy imposed a number of difficulties on disaster-affected populations, including environmental, social, economic, vocational, and cultural changes. Mount Sinabung's empowerment paradigm in Karo Regency, Indonesia, was the focus of this descriptive-qualitative study. Self-relocation was employed by the groups. Observations, interviews, and documentation were used to gather information. In the wake of a natural disaster, communities were found to have implemented a number of important strategies and ideas. There were three guiding principles: (1) a high level of community optimism about post-disaster recovery; (2) a tendency for communities to live in groups; and (3) a community's ability to strengthen each other and increase its own potential. Physical and non-physical security was provided to the communities by the government. Community empowerment's ultimate goal is to develop an autonomous society and increase life quality over time, which is why the post-disaster effort adheres to this ultimate purpose.
Self-relocation, Empowerment, Post-Disaster