BOTTOM-UP VILLAGE RECONSTRUCTION PLAN FROM NATURAL DISASTER IN DEVELOPING COUNTRY—CASE STUDY OF 2004 INDIAN OCEAN EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI DISASTER IN ACEH PROVINCE, INDONESIA—Ryuichi HIRANO and Mihoko MATSUYUKI

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  • 開発途上国における自然災害からのボトムアップ型集落再建計画に関する中期的な評価-インドネシア・アチェ州における2004年インド洋大津波災害を事例として-
  • BOTTOM-UP VILLAGE RECONSTRUCTION PLAN FROM NATURAL DISASTER IN DEVELOPING COUNTRY—CASE STUDY OF 2004 INDIAN OCEAN EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI DISASTER IN ACEH PROVINCE, INDONESIA—Ryuichi HIRANO and Mihoko MATSUYUKI

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In recent years, a bottom-up reconstruction planning process from a natural disaster is paid attention. In Aceh Province in Indonesia, where was devastated by the Great Indian Ocean Earthquake and Tsunami in 2004, rehabilitation plan at the village level, called ‘village plan’, was developed by villagers with a support of donors.<br>This paper examines the implementation of the village plan after almost ten years and tries to clarify factors affecting implementation. Five villages are selected for case study and interview to village heads, and questionnaire to villagers was conducted.<br>As results, it is clarified that the implementation of the plan differs in each village. It is expected that linkage with local administration and the villagers' autonomy affects the realization and villagers' perception of their development plan and communication within a village improve their autonomy in community development.

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