Study – Interorganizational Coordination and a Vulnerable Population during Hurricane Irma in 2017: A Qualitative Case Study on Joint Efforts for Undocumented Immigrant Disaster Safety

Interorganizational Coordination and a Vulnerable Population during Hurricane Irma in 2017: A Qualitative Case Study on Joint Efforts for Undocumented Immigrant Disaster Safety

Source:University of Colorado at Boulder, Natural Hazards Center

Date Published: 2018

Format: Text

Annotation: This qualitative case study aims to gain a greater understanding of the interorganizational coordination that assisted undocumented immigrants in South Apopka, Florida, during and immediately after Hurricane Irma in 2017. It discusses the study’s central themes and suggests policy strategies to encourage community coordination to protect the lives of vulnerable people from institutional blindness in disasters.

URL:https://hazards.colorado.edu/quick-response-report/interorganizational-coordination-and-a-vulnerable-population-during-hurricane-irma-in-2017

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