Abstract

Purpose of the study: The purpose of this study is to present a description and analysis related to the characteristics of the people exposed to disaster-prone areas, in villages (rural) and kelurahan (urban) levels, public awareness of efforts to "maintain" their survival from external disturbances, conformity to program interventions/activities carried out by external parties (government / non-government).

Methodology: In principle, this study uses an approach based on qualitative research.

Main Findings: From the results of the research obtained based on the experience of the residents, two of the largest outflows of capital were obtained, namely social capital and human capital, while the least capital outflows were natural capital.

Applications of this study: This research will be carried out in the rural area with the threat of landslides in Cijeruk Village, Bogor Regency.

Novelty/Originality of this study: Sustainable Livelihood Assessment (SLA), the higher the frequency of the key behavior of the components of capital out of the SLA, the more capital is needed by a community. From the results of the research obtained based on the experience of the residents, two of the largest outflows of capital were obtained, namely social capital and human capital, while the least capital outflows were natural capital.

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