ABSTRACT

Annual Performance Report: Partnership for a Safer Future 2000   [open pdf - 920KB]

From the Document: "Most of the events to which FEMA responds are natural ones: hurricanes, floods, the occasional tornado, and the less frequent earthquake. FEMA is also prepared to manage the consequences of those most heinous of crimes, politically motivated terrorism and acts of violent design. Sadly, recovery from any disaster is never fully complete. Emotional, physical, and financial losses leave individual and communal scars. To limit such trauma and subsequent adjustments, FEMA has focused during the past several years on what individuals, separately or within communities, can do as FEMA partners to mitigate the devastating effects of natural disasters. [...] In FY 2000 there were 166 requests for Federal assistance resulting in 103 Federal declarations of disaster, emergency, or fire suppression."

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2000
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Public Domain
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