The mission of the Disaster Resilience Leadership Academy at Tulane University is to meet the needs of vulnerable populations affected by natural and man-made disasters by strengthening leadership for global humanitarian assistance and disaster management. Among our experts:
Charles R. Figley, professor in the field of disaster mental health, Co-Director for the Disaster Resilience Leadership Academy
Ky Luu, expert in the field of disaster management, Executive Director for the Disaster Resilience Leadership Academy
Nancy Mock, associate professor of International Health and International Development, Co-Director for the Disaster Resilience Leadership Academy
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Senior university administrators are currently in discussion to determine how Tulane University can most effectively use its talent and experience to provide long-term assistance to the people of Haiti. Our experts in disaster recovery management, mental health, health systems management and environmental health, as well as our health professionals, are already formulating plans and working with aid organizations to see how we can assist Haiti as it begins the very long and difficult road to recovery.
In addition, there are Tulanians already on the ground in Haiti, providing medical expertise, supplies and other resources. We will continue to update this site with information about efforts underway. Please submit any information you have about Tulane Haiti relief efforts to email@example.com.
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