QUICK EVALUATION OF POST-TSUNAMI RELIEF HOUSES IN ACEH AS INPUT FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Of all the provinces or cities in Aceh, Banda Aceh as the capital is the area most severely damaged by the earthquake and tsunami in 2004. After more than 15 years of being inhabited, the feasibility (quality) of the aid housing is clearly visible. The purpose of this short evaluation is as initial data in a long-term plan to measure the satisfaction of residents of the post-tsunami relief houses. The evaluation was carried out in Meuraxa District where the death toll reached 92.72%. At random, 5 houses from various aid donors were taken as samples. The evaluation method is qualitative through interviews with residents to find out their satisfaction. The results of the study found that in general, the residents were satisfied with the assisted house but there were several aspects that became dissatisfied, such as bedroom/bathroom area which is too small, no kitchen, poor quality of materials, and construction. The results of this evaluation can be used as initial data for more in-depth research, and also input for local governments to find out the condition of the aid housing after 15 years of being occupied.
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