Major disasters in non-industrialized nations
A number of non-industrialized nations have had a major disaster in the last 20 years. Select any country (other than your SLP country) fitting this description. Describe the type of disaster, the area involved, and the affected population. What injuries/health problems occurred as a were the direct result of the impact? What were the secondary contributors to morbidity and mortality? Did international aid organizations provide assistance? What did it consist of? Did the disaster result in displaced persons or refugees? Has the affected area recovered/regained equilibrium? Why or why not? What major problems have been encountered (Use research articles published about this disaster in ProQuest to support your answers) ASSIGNMENT EXPECTATIONS: Please read before completing assignments. Assignment should be of sufficient length to provide a proper response to the assignment. You should focus on a particular issue indepth should you find it to be appropriate. (double-spaced). Please use major sections corresponding to the major points of the assignment, and where appropriate use sub-sections (with headings). Remember to write in a Scientific manner (try to avoid using the first person except when describing a relevant personal experience). Quoted material should not exceed 10% of the total paper (since the focus of these assignments is on independent thinking and critical analysis). Use your own words and build on the ideas of others. When material is copied verbatim from external sources, it MUST be properly cited. This means that material copied verbatim must be enclosed in quotes and the reference should be cited either within the text or with a footnote. Use of peer-reviewed articles is required. Websites as references should be minimal. Additional expectations for the assignment: 1. Your references and citations should be consistent with a particular formatting style, such as APA. 2. Your response should be based on scholarly material, such as peer-reviewed articles, white papers, technical papers, etc.. Do not include information from non-scholarly materials such as Wikis, encyclopedias, www.freearticles.com (or similar websites).