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Submitted by Professor Martins on
A somewhat puzzling and uniformed article however props to the young folks trying to contribute. But the reality is organisations responding to disasters have experience and systems already in place to deal with logistics and informations management. Many of the leading organisations like I one I am running have responded to the majority if not all of the recent disasters and have built up strong systems and processed in order to effectively deal with all the challenges in delivering relief and emergency provisions. Organisations like this develop something in relative isolation and are not useful to the current situation or have the ability to be 'transplanted' into small or large organisations assisting in the recovery. If they want to get involved I encourage them to get involved with organisations to help them improve and refine systems in place and contribute to more practical solutions. best D.Martins