Nonprofit Response to Concurrent and Consecutive Disaster Events in Puerto Rico
This article examines how nonprofit organizations are prominent stakeholders when working in community-level recovery efforts. It explores the role of nonprofits to facilitate dynamic information flows, fill in critical service delivery gaps left by governmental structures, and mediate the connection between government and residents in recovery planning efforts. This article includes:
- A brief literature review
- Shares research questions
- Key informant interviews
Recommended for agencies providing emergency management response, local agencies, and community members.