PARTNERSHIPS
  • How are partnerships a vital part of community mitigation efforts?
  • Answer:  Working Together
Government, communities, and individuals must work together to prepare for and respond to an influenza pandemic. Your congregation or organization does not need to do everything by itself. Rather, it should be one part of a community, local, regional, and national collaborative effort.

http://www.pandemicflu.gov/faq/planningresponse/pr-0014.html

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Pandemic Influenza Planning
Vernon Dorisson

"While the major sources of pandemic influenza planning can provide volumes of background information on the nature of the threat and make recommendations for a global or national response, it is the local response that will have the greatest impact on minimizing the effects of a pandemic.  Pandemic flu planning is not an activity that occurs in a vacuum.  A global crisis such as a pandemic will require a response from people in a multitude of occupations and disciplines.  Consequently, there will be a need to conduct the advance planning efforts in collaboration with other stakeholders while demonstrating a spirit of teamwork."
           
        
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