types of food, clothing, shelter); Limiting the effects of aid on the local economy; Training people, organizations and communities to manage development fairly; Prioritizing the distribution of limited supplies; Gaining and funding for long-term redevelopment and disaster preparedness, rather than simply responding to the current emergency situation. In the chaos of a disaster, the pressure to make quick decisions and balance the specific interests of victims, governments, Non Government Organizations (NGOs) and donors may mean that best practice standards are not always achieved. Disaster recovery: Once the immediate danger is over, people may need assistance to rebuild their lives and their livelihoods. Communities may need to rebuild their social and physical infrastructure and revitalise the economy. It takes time and money to plan and ensure that long-term redevelopment and future disaster preparedness are appropriate for everyone.
Often described as the medical readiness mission, this effort involves medical testing and screening of recruits, emergency medical treatment of troops involved in hostilities, and the maintenance of physical standards of those in the armed services. The military health system at AFL with its meager financing through budgetary allotment to cater for personnel and their dependents in adherence to the fourth goal-“increased readiness” is inequitable (AFL/MoD Medical Services situation brief 2016). In furtherance to effect of inadequate healthcare delivery at the Armed Forces of Liberia due to limited healthcare financing, out of 154 soldiers recruited 10% will die in a year due to malaria, renal failure, diabetes, accident, etc. Health care delivery is undoubtedly an important factor for raising and maintaining the morale of troops in the Armed Forces of Liberia. Financing healthcare delivery in the Armed Forces of Liberia seriously constrains the effective administration of the hospital or clinic.
These elements are important when a manager deals with functional or dysfunctional Conflicts. It should be early identification of the conflict, early evaluation of the impact of it on performance of employees, and it is necessary to make a plan for encouraging functional conflict or managing dysfunctional conflict (Agba1 and Juliana 2013). According to them the primary strategies for conflict management in the public sectors are: initially education is the key. It incorporates research into conflict and the distribution of the knowledge gained from that research. The other strategy is communication which is the foundation for successful conflict administration sharing lessons learned and even failures will enhance the ability of public administrators in dealing with conflict.
3.2 IMPLEMENTATION ACTIVITIES RELATED TO THIS CONCEPT Nurses are concerned with the individual as a whole, complete, or holistic person, not as an assembly of parts and processes. Efforts are geared towards meetings basic needs of clients since these needs are transcultural- across all cultures. Needs can be satisfied or they can be blocked during times of illness. Any patient who comes to the hospital, clinic or even calls for an assistance to seek for solution to health related issues is in need and a nurse must ensue to understand the actual or potential need of this person. The nurse must therefore ask pertinent questions that will enable her understand the needs of this patient.
Although all these things are said, I know that resources are the best thing you could do in a situation of conflict because, millions of people have endured hardships by using their resources. Some of the hardships might include, Nazi Germany, the Atomic Bomb, and World War 1 &
Conversely, Oxfam has three main areas of focus: development work, in order to improve communities by helping to reduce poverty with enduring, sustainable solutions based on each community's needs; humanitarian work, to assist those affected by natural disasters and conflict; and political work, in order to influence policy decisions that could impact and ideally reduce conflict at local, national, and international levels. Some actions by the Save the Children organization have thus focused on providing children with equal access to health and education. Save the Children claims to be a secular child focused development organization. In saying so, Save the Children do not identify as part of any political party or religion. The ongoing focus is upon issues pertaining
They argue that most studies show that where aid has dominated, pride and ambition have given way to dependence and deference, and where it has been targeted, public management and services have either decayed or collapsed, poverty and inequality have worsened, and insecurity has prevailed. He cites Rwanda as an example where many developed countries helped to position the country at the edge of the abyss of genocide – only to disclaim any responsibility in the aftermath. With a few exceptions, (Korea, Botswana and Honduras) where aid has had a significant impact on poverty reduction, improved social services and competent public institutions, in a much larger number of countries (Cuba, Zambia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Haiti, Sierra Leone, Somalia) western aid has played minor role in building efficient public sector and in lifting millions out of poverty. In some cases, major recipients of aid are today collapsed states (e.g. Congo Democratic Republic, Sierra Leone, Somalia).
This in turn can be linked to improved service-user safety, because it allows for role relation and see their part in the service-user care pathway. It is perceived that multi-disciplinary collaboration when it comes to service-user care is linked to more positive outcomes and experiences (Clifton et al., 2007). Teams which are able to communicate and are well coordinated have a lower rate of error (Despins, 2009). An effective team can be achieved through an effective model of communication, where members of each profession can openly share their opinions and challenge the opinions of others, in the hopes of improving service-user care and thus service-user safety. However, this type of honesty can only work well when there is a mutual respect and understanding within a team.
There are many questions with regards the role of the military during a national emergency. Regardless, one cannot deny the fact that the military is efficient and effective in helping the country to stabilize after the occurrence of a civil disturbance or a national calamity. Thus, their help is as vital as saving and protecting lives of those who are in