What Happens After Cholera? An Examination of the Transition from Relief to Development: A Collective Case Study in Uganda
thesisposted on 08.10.2020, 13:37 by Ned Morgan
The objectives of the project were largely met with many of the research questions adequately addressed. Issues which were identified in the literature review such as the gap between relief and development, prioritization of prevention, and the funding and coordination of the transition period were themes which emerged in the findings. The potential use of the findings could be to develop new strategies, systems or structures for addressing the issues surrounding the transition from emergency response in Uganda. Although the findings are specific to Uganda, their correlation with the themes in the more general literature reviewed for this study suggest they could be more broadly considered...
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