Classmate Response (1) PUB 655-Topic 6 DQ 1- Human Migration
This order is for a response to a classmate’s post. I have uploaded the question and the classmate’s essay that requires a response
Respond to the classmate essay by-
1. sharing an insight to the question and asking a probing question.
2. Also add other points related to the topic.
3. offering and supporting an opinion from the classmate essay
4. please elaborate on one or two points from the classmate’s essay. Please do not just re-write what the classmate wrote.
5. validating an idea
6. making a suggestion
-Please use your own words and do not copy what she wrote
– Sources must be published within the last 5 years. It must be from 2017 and after and appropriate for the paper criteria and public health content.
– Please do not use blogs as references
-References should be in APA 7th ed.
-Add references to reference page
-Add the hyperlink/DOI for each reference in APA 7th edition format.
Classmate (Adriana) Reply
I agree with you that three of the most often neglected sphere core humanitarian standards in humanitarian emergencies such as natural disasters include humanitarian response being provided in effective and timely ways to the individuals and communities affected by the specific humanitarian crisis (McCann et al., 2018). Most of the time, the concerned authorities, such as a federal emergency management authority state and local authorities, do not respond on time in case of a humanitarian crisis. Therefore, a timely and effective response to humanitarian crises such as natural disasters can play an essential role in saving lives and property (Abdelmagid et al., 2019). Another sphere core humanitarian standards usually ignored during humanitarian crises such as natural disasters involves welcoming and addressing such complaints. Often, disaster-response authorities do not have effective avenues in which individuals affected by disasters can utilize to launch complaints. Most of the time, authorities that respond to disasters also do not consider the complaints of those affected by such disasters. Therefore, not welcoming complaints during disasters can result in the adoption of disaster response strategies that do not suit the affected communities (Leresche et al., 2020). The third and final sphere core humanitarian standard usually ignored during an emergency involves strengthening local capacity when attempting to avoid the adverse effects of a given humanitarian crisis on local individuals and communities. Federal, state, and local authorities do not allocate adequate resources to build resilience among communities that are frequently affected by disasters such as wildfires and floods—not building resilience results in the same community being at risk of natural disasters repeatedly (McCann et al., 2018).
Abdelmagid, N., Checchi, F., Garry, S., & Warsame, A. (2019). Defining, measuring, and interpreting the appropriateness of humanitarian assistance. Journal of International Humanitarian Action, 4(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s41018-019-0062-y
Leresche, E., Truppa, C., Martin, C., Marnicio, A., Rossi, R., Zmeter, C., Harb, H., Hamadeh, R. S., & Leaning, J. (2020). Conducting operational research in humanitarian settings: is there a shared path for humanitarians, national public health authorities, and academics? Conflict and Health, 14(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13031-020-00280-2
McCann, M., Sphere Association, Sphere Project, & Knudsen, C. (2018). The Sphere Handbook. Sphere Association.