SEC450 Humanitarian Aid as a Strategic Response Paper

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Identify a specific large-scale natural disaster—tsunami, hurricane, earthquake, tornado, and so forth—affecting a large geographic area and human population. Write a 1,400-word paper [cover and end references not included for word count] that: · Analyzes the effects in terms of risk factors for humanitarian dimensions of affected nations and peoples · Analyzes the value of multinational economic cooperation in strategic response through humanitarian aid and the like as a means of mitigating the risk factors above · Examines the impact on international security, politics, and global trade

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Humanitarian Aid as a Strategic Response PaperNameClassDateProfessorHumanitarian Aid as a Strategic Response Paper Hurricane Katrina was the third most devastating natural disaster to ever occur in the United State. This category three hurricane caused over eighty billion dollars in damages and resulted in 1,836 people losing their lives. There are still over seven hundred people still unaccounted for and in total the live of fifteen million citizens were affected from five different states. Louisiana was the hardest impacted in the loss of life but the state of Mississippi suffered the most property damage. As a result over 90,000 square miles of land and property was affected causing the need for the largest emergency response and clean up in American history. Hurricane Katrina was economically devastating but this disaster resulted in people all over America and across the globe pledging their help and providing assistance to the thousands upon thousands of citizens that were left absolutely devastated by this natural disaster (Jorgenson, 2012). There are many hurricanes in and around America every year but it had been close to forty years since a hurricane made landfall that just absolutely wiped out cities and created a destructive path that crossed three states and affecting millions of people. Instead of a small area being affected there were hundreds of thousands of people without shelter, food, clothing or any other basic need.

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