Krisna Puji Rahmayanti

Collaborative Network of Health Services in Disaster Management

Supervisors: Dr Adrian Campbell and Dr Simon Delay 

Krisna Puji RahmayantiAs the involvement of various actors in government has become more popular, practitioners and scholars resonate the urgency of collaboration in disaster management. The implementation of a collaborative initiative in disaster management increases the ability of actors to address the complexity of emergency management issues. On the other hand, collaboration increases the challenge of program implementation. The provision of public services, mainly health services, during disaster response is essential, and various actors are increasingly involved in providing health services through formal and informal collaboration. This research aims to investigate the network of actors during disaster response to understand the collaborative pattern among various actors. This study examines the shared authority, power imbalance, and trust shape the actor’s collaboration. The research selects Indonesia as the case study. Indonesia is a natural disaster-prone developing country within Asia and the Pacific region, with the most significant risk considering country geographical risk. Indonesia is a plural society with mutual assistance (gotong royong) as the most prominent value in the country.  


Krisna Puji Rahmayanti is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Administrative Science, University of Indonesia. She earned her bachelor's degree from the Public Administration Department, University of Indonesia, and Master of Public Administration degree from the International Development Department, University of Birmingham, under the Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education Scholarship. She obtained a full scholarship to enrol in the PhD program at the University of Birmingham in September 2020. She was a Research Fellow at the Asia Development Institute, Seoul National University in January 2020. Her research area is public services, disaster management, collaborative governance, and tobacco control policy.

Qualifications and Professional Memberships

  • Bachelor of Public Administration, Universitas Indonesia (2008-2012)
  • Master of Public Administration, International Development Department, University of Birmingham (2013-2014)
  • Member, Development Studies Association

Research Interests

  • Public services
  • Governance
  • Disaster management
  • Tobacco control 

Conference Papers

Rahmayanti, K.P., 2021, April. Promote collaborative governance? Review of disaster risk reduction strategy in Jakarta. In IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science (Vol. 724, No. 1, p. 012044). IOP Publishing.

Rahmayanti, K.P., Azzahra, S. and Arnanda, N.A., 2021, March. Actor-Network and Non-Government failure in Jakarta flood disaster in January 2020. In IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science (Vol. 716, No. 1, p. 012053). IOP Publishing.


Rahmayanti, K.P., 2018. Public Service Delivery in a Conflict and Natural Disaster Region. BISNIS & BIROKRASI: Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi dan Organisasi, 25(1).

Fathurrahman, R., Rahmayanti, K.P. and Prasojo, E., 2020. Towards an Integrated Policy, Strong Governance, and High Citizen Awareness on Disaster Response: Case Study of COVID-19 Control Measures in Indonesia. Good Public Governance in a Global Pandemic, p.181

Rahmayanti, K.P., 2021. The Perception of Actors Toward Collaboration in Public Services: Evidence from Civil Registration Services Innovation in the Pangkajene and Island Regency. BISNIS & BIROKRASI: Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi dan Organisasi, 28(1), p.5.