Analysis of Disaster Management Stakeholders in Padang City, West Sumatra, Indonesia

Muzani, Arita Marini, Apri Wahyudi

Padang, capital of West Sumatera, is one of a disaster-prone area in Indonesia which was impacted the most by 2009 earthquake disaster. After ten years passed, The Regional disaster management agency of West Sumatra stated that the coordination between relevant government agencies in disaster management was still lacking. In order to disaster management, it is required the analysis of stakeholders involved in the formulation of policy. The objectives of the research are to identify, categorize and investigate the relationship among the involved stakeholders at disaster management in Padang City West Sumatera. The analysis results show that there are 13 involved stakeholders consists of five key stakeholders, seven primary stakeholders and six secondary stakeholders. Based on the category of stakeholders involved in disaster management as key players, context setters, subjects and crowds, it is realized the great need for strategies to optimize stakeholders management by enhancing colaboration and cooperation between the subjects and the key players. This will be better achieved by increasing effective cooperation and collaboration between stakeholders

Volume 12 | Issue 6

Pages: 3264-3271

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I6/S20201295