EARTHQUAKE DISASTER MITIGATION THROUGH SOCIALIZATION AND TRAINING ON BUILDING STRUCTURE PLANNING FOR STUDENTS OF SMKN 4 TANGERANG
Building awareness of disaster preparedness by all components of society, including schools is very necessary considering the condition of Indonesia which is geographically located in an area with a high level of vulnerability to disasters. In relation to disaster management efforts in Indonesia, Vocational High Schools as part of the public sphere must have a real role in building community resilience through the disaster preparedness school program. The implementation of this community partnership program uses a Knowledge Transfer approach through socialization, mentoring and training activities, Technology Transfer (TT) through participatory mapping activities, and Diffusion of Science and Technology through the creation of an Early Warning System (EWS) and WebGIS based on digital applications that can assist partners in understanding disaster with the use of technology. The evaluation was carried out by conducting a social impact questionnaire, especially increasing the empowerment and knowledge of partners in knowing Jabodetabek areas/locations that have potential disaster hazards with the results of increasing partners' knowledge about disaster-prone locations, safe zones, gathering points, and evacuation routes by 80-90% as well as increasing the skills of the participants in the use of the EWS application.
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