Building a capabilities network to improve disaster preparation efforts in the European Command (EUCOM) area of responsibility
Daniels III, Charles E.
Apte, Aruna U.
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United States European Commands (EUCOM) website states that the breadth of responsibility across 51 countries can factor significantly into partnering opportunities and challenges. In order to understand this responsibility, this research analyzes the capabilities of 25 non-governmental organizations in EUCOMs area of responsibility (AOR). Each organization is evaluated in six areas mission, primary focus, capabilities, religious affiliation, training, and whether or not the organization liaisons with the military. The goal of this project is to develop an analysis to assist EUCOM decision makers in mitigating the duplication of efforts and ensure resources are coordinated and distributed efficiently during disaster-relief efforts. The research also analyzes mission sets of each organization Disaster relief and preparedness, food security/nutrition, water and sanitation, medical care and supplies, economic development/livelihood, and focus on women and children.
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