Abstract for: Modeling the Spread of Infectious Diseases after Flood in the Rainy Season in South Bandung, Indonesia

Flood is the most frequent natural disaster in Indonesia. However mitigation program is still not effective, especially the indirect impact related to human health. The limitation on clean water, sanitation facilities, cold temperature and the quality of health surveillance might trigger the outbreak of infectious disease and also ineffective the mitigation policy. Therefore in this paper we use System Dynamic that modeled the the two diseases that mostly emerge during rainy season, diarrhea and acute-respiratory-infections (ARI)to give insight and feasible policy to mitigate and control the potential outbreak of infectious diseases.