Relief Aid Lessons From Hurricane Katrina. By Devin Pritchard. Video Clip. Clip from news footage right after Hurricane Katrina After you see the clip, please take a minute to write down you immediate reaction to the clip Discuss. Personal Connection.
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By Devin Pritchard
What about relief aid for natural disasters can we learn from Hurricane Katrina?
In order for relief aid to be successful, long term aid and short term aid need to work together to get the area back on track after it has been hit by a natural disaster.
The rebuilt levee
located in the
Lower Ninth Ward
You are the mayor of Cannon Beach when a tsunami happens and water begins to flood the city. You have been awarded $3 million in federal aid to help clean up and rebuild the area. Use the price list to determine what products and services you are going to use to get your city cleaned up and back on track.
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