A MODEL OF TNI ASSISTANCE IN HANDLING OF THE MERAPI MOUNTAIN ERUPTION IN SLEMAN REGENCY
Natural disasters often occur in Indonesia, especially in the Sleman district of Yogyakarta which is vulnerable to multi-disasters such as earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, landslides and especially the Merapi eruption. This study aims to reconstruct stakeholder collaboration and assistance from the TNI in the context of managing the eruption of Mount Merapi in Sleman Regency through a conceptual and systematic model of handling disaster assistance. The research method used is descriptive qualitative by conducting observations, interviews and documentation in several related agencies, including the 072 Pamungkas Military Command, the 0732 Sleman Military District Command, the Sleman BPBD and Basarnas DIY and the Cangkringan Police. The results of the research show that it is necessary to maximize disaster management strategies so that they can eliminate sectoral ego aspects, make matters constructively function in the form of regulations, social conditions, infrastructure, human and financial resources.
Stakeholder collaboration, TNI assistance, Mount Merapi eruption