The Armenia Earthquake: Grinding out Effective Disaster Response in Colombias Coffee Region Case Solution

This case describes the chain of relief supplies within 72 hours after a natural disaster of great magnitude. Take the earthquake in Armenia, for example, the framework is used Fritz Institute, published in 2005, to establish a parallel between the two response systems: the response of the Colombian government and the National Society of the Red Cross, part of the Red Cross in Geneva.
by
Alfonso Pedraza Martinez,
Catalina Estrada Mejia
Orla Stapleton,
Luc Van Wassenhove
Source: Insead
19 pages.
Release: September 30, 2009. Prod #: INS099-PDF-ENG
The earthquake in Armenia: Correction to effective disaster response in the solution if the Café de Colombia

The Armenia Earthquake: Grinding out Effective Disaster Response in Colombias Coffee Region Case Solution
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