Elementary School teachers in Selo and Musuk Boyolali were taking picture with the staffs of KARINAKAS and the facilitators of Abisatya Association after the Disaster Area Mapping in the office of BPBD of Boyolali, 2 April 2016 (Photo: Ferry)
Geographically, Indonesia is located between three earth’s plates, i.e. Eurasia, Pacific, and Indo-Australia. This meeting position makes Indonesia has a fertile land, natural wealth, and mineral underneath it. With the condition of the world which is getting older and the climate changes and weathers, the position makes the Indonesia’s archipelago becoming unstable, easy to shift, and disaster-prone.
Natural disaster is a phenomenon happened because the threatening and vulnerable components work together systematically, so that they cause the risk toward the community.