By 2014, an average of 375 million people per year will be affected by climate-related disasters, more than 50 percent greater than last decade’s average. To provide aid to those in need, a vast network of NGOs has arisen to raise funds and provide materials. However, these organizations are quickly falling behind, hampered by ineffecient logistics and out-dated practices. Disasters are increasingly destructive and expensive, and it will take the leadership of the public sector to improve both public and private disaster relief operations.
Download this report to learn:
-The challenges disaster relief efforts will face in the next ten years
-How NGOs and charities are hampered by the public's expectation
-How federal, state, and local agencies can work to improve relief efforts