DEVELOPMENT OF CHEKLIST BASED WOMEN CAPACITY BUILDING INSTRUMENTS IN PANDEMI COVID-19 DISASTER MANAGEMENT EFFORTS

  • Amrizarois Ismail Program Studi Rekayasa Infrastruktur dan Lingkungan, Fakultas Ilmu Teknologi Lingkungan Universitas Katolik (UNIKA) Soegijapranata Semarang
  • Dhiyan Krishna Wardhani Program Studi Rekayasa Infrastruktur dan Lingkungan, Fakultas Ilmu Teknologi Lingkungan Universitas Katolik (UNIKA) Soegijapranata Semarang
  • Lintang Jata Angghita Program Studi Rekayasa Infrastruktur dan Lingkungan, Fakultas Ilmu Teknologi Lingkungan Universitas Katolik (UNIKA) Soegijapranata Semarang
  • Rr. M.I. Retno Susilorini Program Studi Rekayasa Infrastruktur dan Lingkungan, Fakultas Ilmu Teknologi Lingkungan Universitas Katolik (UNIKA) Soegijapranata Semarang
Keywords: Disasters, Plague, Pandemic, COVID-19, Women

Abstract

Disasters are understood as events caused by nature or humans that endanger a person's life and livelihoods. Referring to the consequences, the view of disaster should be expanded into all the factors that can cause loss of property and life as explained. So, we can see other factors, both physical and non-physical, as potential disasters. One example is a health disaster due to biotic pollutants (bacteria, fungi, viruses, etc.), in this case the COVIS-19 pandemic.
Disasters themselves have different impacts between women and men due to different roles and responsibilities. The absence of basic knowledge and skills regarding natural disaster preparedness and health is one of the reasons for the limitations of women in efforts to save themselves and their families in situations of disasters and outbreaks. The solution, namely strengthening the capacity for disaster risk management and disease outbreaks in women, needs to be done.
The product of this research is the development of an instrument in the form of a basic knowledge information module of COVID-19 along with the COVID-19 Pandemic outbreak checklist table which functions as a tool and guidance for mitigating the COVID-19 outbreak in the family. This instrument is one of the steps in human resource development (Human Resources), especially in the field of resilience to disasters and disease outbreaks.

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Published
2021-06-29
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