Introduction: Indonesia has a myriad of potential natural disasters that will occur. In the last 10 years, for example, the same disasters have happened again in Indonesia every year. This study aimed to determine the Sendai framework implementation on volunteers in the Sidoarjo district. Methods: This study used an analytic design with a cross sectional design. A sample size of 35 from a population of 50 was obtained by simple random sampling at the Sidoarjo Tangguh Volunteer Forum (FOREST). The independent variable is Sendai Framework, while the dependent variable is natural disaster management. Data analysis using independent T test. Results: based on this study, most respondents showed an increase in skill after the intervention, which before intervention most respondents were having not have enough skill of disaster management (21 respondents; 60.0%) and turned into most of the respondents had good skills after the intervention (28 respondents; 80.0%). The Wilcoxon sign rank test with a significance level of = 0.05 obtained a value of = 0.01. Conclusion: Sendai framework effectively increased disaster risk reduction capacity. Further studies are needed to assess the effectiveness of Sendai Framework in improving someone’s skill in disaster management, including compounding factors related to the outcome.
- Sendai framework
- natural disaster