In Indonesia, disaster management is often reduced to distribution of emergency relief and patchy recovery. What is missing is a seismic mitigation master plan that barely exists in quake-prone Indonesia.
This paper reconstructs and analyses the Central Italy temporary housing supply and delivery process. It combines a meta-analysis of published documents and business process modelling to uncover links between policy, society, and space.
This paper discusses, in the form of a case study, the resettlement process of Aranayake that took place in 2016. In Aranayake, 512 families have resettled at ten relocation sites or at their own residences.