Emergency policy

Emergency policy

20 July 2010

The aim of this paper is to review the work already completed on internal preparedness for emergency programming, place that work within an organisational context, and address the issues set out in the recent discussion paper Analysis of emergency interventions in order to present a suggested model for Concern’s approach to emergencies.

Concern believes in a world where people no longer live in extreme poverty, fear or oppression; a world where every person has access to a decent standard of living and the opportunities and choices basic to enjoying a long, healthy and creative life; a world where every person is treated with dignity and respect; a world where there is peace and solidarity among people.

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Emergency policy

The aim of this paper is to review the work already completed on internal preparedness for emergency programming, place that work within an organisational context, and address the issues set out in the recent discussion paper Analysis of emergency interventions in order to present a suggested model for Concern’s approach to emergencies.