Yumarni, Tri and Amaratunga, Dilanthi (2017) Resource Capability for Local Government in Mainstreaming Gender into Disaster Risk Reduction: Evidence from Bantul Indonesia. Journal of Regional and City Planning, 28 (3). pp. 178-185. ISSN 2502-6429

This research aims to examine various local government capability for mainstreaming gender into disaster risk reduction in Bantul Indonesia. A mixed method study combining qualitative and quantitative methods was applied to explore key local government capability for effective mainstreaming gender into disaster risk reduction. The findings show various benefits of mainstreaming gender for enhancing disaster risk reduction. Women leadership, local government financial resources, availability of local institutional framework, women full participation, financial resources and effective collaboration with non-government organisations are key capabilities that lead to effective mainstreaming gender into sustainable reconstruction.

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