Hardilla, Dini and Basuki, Kelik Hendro and Persada, Citra and Rusmiati, Fadhilah (2019) The Tourism Concept of Emergency Shelter: A Strategies for Community Resilience in The Costal Area of South Lampung. In: International Conference on Marine and Coastal Engineering and Sciences 2019, 23-24 Agustus 2019, Hotel Emersia Bandar Lampung. (In Press)

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Abstract. Facing vulnerability of disaster in the coastal area, a disaster risk reduction planning is evolved in Kalianda as the capital of South Lampung regency. These district areas close to Anak Krakatau which one of the most active volcano in Indonesia and caused the underwater landslide then turn generated a tsunami. One of the disaster risk reduction strategies is build an emergency shelter for evacuate residents and improve disaster preparedness infrastructure. Actually, the effectiveness of emergency shelter was used during disaster and after that it might never be used by residents. There was an opportunity to develop tourism concept and strategies for improving the effectiveness of emergency shelter. This paper aims to provide a new perspective and strategies for the effectiveness of emergency shelter as the community-based tourism planning. This paper begins with reviews practical case studies of community-based tourism in vulnerable areas and concludes the elements for community-based tourism strategies. The analysis shows that four key elements of the community-based tourism strategies: 1) sustainable infrastructure, 2) human attitudes toward disaster, 3) local community empowerment and 4) collaborative governance. Emergency shelter as sustainability infrastructure will become a tourism business incubator, which should provide diverse benefits of social, and economy development strategies. Residents can highlight the neighbourhood’s history and the perseverance of human spirit in the disaster's aftermath. Besides as a new livelihood for residents, the community-based tourism revenue can support the operational cost of emergency shelter and another disaster risk reduction programs. This paper describes the organizational framework between local governance, the private sectors and community to build community-based tourism affairs. We conclude that it can spread disaster preparedness education, supporting socio-economy of community resilience and become a practical framework of community resilience strategies. Keyword: Shelter, Resilience, Tourism, Community and Lampung

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: T Technology > T Technology (General)
Divisions: Fakultas Teknik (FT) > Prodi Arsitektur
Date Deposited: 02 Jun 2020 06:16
Last Modified: 02 Jun 2020 06:16
URI: http://repository.lppm.unila.ac.id/id/eprint/21472

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