Disaster Alert Village As A Measure Of Minimizing Landslide Risks At Alamendah Village

Neiny Ratmaningsih, Dina Siti Logayah, Maulia D Kembara

Abstract


As a factor that can cause landslides, human activities play a vital role in triggering landslides. In West Java Province, unstable soil conditions and environmentally unsound development, coupled with high rainfall are among other factors that most frequently trigger langslides.  Measures to overcome the risks can be done by developing a disaster alert village, as part of community participation. The objective of the present research is to discover the community knowledge and attitudes and the level of community participation in minimizing the risk of landslides. A mixed method was adopted. Findings reveal that the village of Alamendah is in an intermediate landslide zone, i.e., land movement occurs when rainfall is above normal, especially in areas bordering river valleys, swamps, road cliffs or slopes. The level of knowledge of the village community in landslide-prevention efforts remains relatively low.


Keywords


landslides, disaster alert village, Alamendah community.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.29313/mimbar.vol34iss2pp%25p

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