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National Disaster Response: FEMA Should Take Action to Improve Capacity and Coordination between Government and Voluntary Sectors
Cynthia M. Fagnoni (au)
Using lessons from the 2005 Gulf Coast hurricanes, FEMA released the Nat. Response Framework (NRF) in Jan. 2008. This report examines: (1) why the primary role for mass care in the NRF shifted from the Red Cross to FEMA, and potential issues with implementation; (2) whether Nat. Voluntary Org. Active in Disasters (NVOAD) -- an umbrella org. of 49 voluntary agencies -- is equipped to fulfill its NRF role; (3) the extent to which FEMA has addressed issues with mass care for the disabled since the hurricanes; (4) the extent to which major voluntary agencies have prepared to better serve the disabled since the hurricanes; and (5) the extent to which FEMA has addressed issues voluntary agencies faced in receiving Public Assistance reimbursement. Ill.
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