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Hurricanes Katrina and Rita: Coordination Between FEMA and the Red Cross Should be Improved for the 2006 Hurricane Season
Cynthia M. Fagnoni (au)
The Red Cross played a key role in providing relief to victims of Hurricanes Katrina & Rita, mounting its largest ever disaster response. Under the Nat. Response Plan, & its emergency support function-6 (ESF-6), the Red Cross & FEMA are tasked with working together to coordinate fed. mass care assistance in support of voluntary org., as well as state & local governments, as they meet mass care needs -- such as shelter, food, & first aid. Questions have been raised about how the Red Cross & FEMA operated following the Gulf Coast hurricanes & what improvements can be made for the 2006 hurricane season. This report includes interim findings on the Red Cross & FEMAís hurricane operations. Includes recommendations. Illustrations.
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