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National Disaster Response: FEMA Should Take Action to Improve Capacity and Coordination between Government and Voluntary Sectors
Using lessons from the 2005 Gulf Coast hurricanes,

 
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By Cynthia M. Fagnoni (au)
Year: 2008
Pages: 57
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437901727

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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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