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Increase Ecosystem and Community-Based Disaster Literacy

The concept of ecosystem and community-based disaster risk reduction emphasizes ecosystem conservation, restoration and sustainable management.

This article has been translated using AI. See Original .

By
STEPHANUS ARANDITIO
· 4 minutes read

The following article was translated using both Microsoft Azure Open AI and Google Translation AI. The original article can be found in Tingkatkan Literasi Kebencanaan Berbasis Ekosistem dan Komunitas

Residents are repairing the roof tiles of their homes which were damaged due to an earthquake that struck in the Cipameungpeuk Village, South Sumedang District, Sumedang, West Java on Monday (1/1/2024). Hundreds of homes were damaged as a result of the shallow earthquake that hit Sumedang at the end of 2023.
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Residents are repairing the roof tiles of their homes which were damaged due to an earthquake that struck in the Cipameungpeuk Village, South Sumedang District, Sumedang, West Java on Monday (1/1/2024). Hundreds of homes were damaged as a result of the shallow earthquake that hit Sumedang at the end of 2023.

JAKARTA, KOMPAS – Most natural disasters occur without being able to be predicted by humans. In just the first four days of 2024, 10 natural disasters have occurred in Indonesia resulting in thousands of people becoming refugees. Disaster mitigation literacy involving ecosystems and communities becomes important in order to avoid causing many casualties.

Editor:
ADHITYA RAMADHAN
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