Baseline Measurements in Disaster Relief

Timothy Russell

By analyzing a survey from the Fritz Institute and KPMG which measured the response to the 2004 SE Asia earthquake and tsunami, this study concludes that while the relief effort was effective, there were deficiencies in the following areas: initial assessment, collaboration, trained logistics experts, and supply chain analysis.

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                             Figure 1 Relief Chain (Thomas, 2004) modified by Mizushima

 

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