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    • ID524 Strategic Design Planning | Team Alpha | Chris Cacci, Margaret McIntyre“Nothing happens unexpectedly. Everything has an indication–we just have to observethe connections.” Zsolt Boszormenyi, Head of RSOE EDIS 1
    • ID524 Strategic Design Planning | Team Alpha | Chris Cacci, Margaret McIntyreNatural disaster=Loss financial environmental human 2
    • ID524 Strategic Design Planning | Team Alpha | Chris Cacci, Margaret McIntyreTake Hurricane Katrinafor example...The costliest natural disaster of the 2005Atlantic hurricane season 11 Knabb, Richard D; Rhome, Jamie R.; Brown, Daniel P (December 20, 2005; updated August 10, 2006). “Tropical Cyclone Report: Hurricane Katrina: 23–30 August 2005” (PDF). National Hurricane Center. Retrieved 2006-05-30. 3
    • ID524 Strategic Design Planning | Team Alpha | Chris Cacci, Margaret McIntyreAt least 1,836 people died inthe actual hurricane and in thesubsequent floods 22 Knabb, Richard D; Rhome, Jamie R.; Brown, Daniel P (December 20, 2005; updated August 10, 2006). “Tropical Cyclone Report: Hurricane Katrina: 23–30 August 2005” (PDF). National Hurricane Center. Retrieved 2006-05-30. 4
    • ID524 Strategic Design Planning | Team Alpha | Chris Cacci, Margaret McIntyreTotal property damage wasestimated at $81 billion (2005USD),3 nearly triple the damagewrought by Hurricane Andrewin 1992 43 Knabb, Richard D; Rhome, Jamie R.; Brown, Daniel P (December 20, 2005; updated August 10, 2006). “Tropical Cyclone Report: Hurricane Katrina: 23–30 August 2005” (PDF). National Hurricane Center. Retrieved 2006-05-30.4 Rappaport, Ed. “Preliminary Report for Hurricane Andrew”. National Hurricane Center. Retrieved 2008-04-10. 5
    • ID524 Strategic Design Planning | Team Alpha | Chris Cacci, Margaret McIntyreThe largest diaspora in the historyof the United States 55 Anthony E. Ladd, John Marszalek, and Duane A. Gill. The Other Dispora: New Orleans Student Evacuation Impacts and Responses Surrounding Hurrica ne Katrina. Retrieved on 2010-04-14. 6
    • ID524 Strategic Design Planning | Team Alpha | Chris Cacci, Margaret McIntyreFive years later, thousands of displacedresidents in Mississippi and Louisiana are stillliving in temporary accommodations 66 United States Army Corps of Engineers (2009). “The LACPR Home Page”. United States Army. Retrieved 2009-08-09. 7
    • ID524 Strategic Design Planning | Team Alpha | Chris Cacci, Margaret McIntyre If we are able to pinpoint powerful storms in advance and prepare accordingly, where do breakdowns occur? How can we get a better handle on the issues? 8
    • ID524 Strategic Design Planning | Team Alpha | Chris Cacci, Margaret McIntyre Finding Answers Through the Power of Information Visualization 9
    • ID524 Strategic Design Planning | Team Alpha | Chris Cacci, Margaret McIntyre“Hu” is a sound. It is the wind in the leaves, falling rain, singing of birds, the rumble of a hurricane.7 Chanting“Hu” is about becoming more compassionate human beings, while gaining in truth, wisdom and freedom.7 www.eckankar.org/hu.html 10
    • ID524 Strategic Design Planning | Team Alpha | Chris Cacci, Margaret McIntyreA “lab” is a place equipped for experimental study ina science or for testing and analysis.88 www.dictionary.reference.com/browse/laboratory 11
    • ID524 Strategic Design Planning | Team Alpha | Chris Cacci, Margaret McIntyre With the power of information visualization, HuLab is a web-based tool that can improve the relief and recovery process for natural disasters. Through data comparison taken from a database or spreadsheet, HuLab can create visual case studies that more quickly explain strengths and weaknesses of relief and recovery efforts, and at the same time reveal potential opportunities for future improvements. 12
    • ID524 Strategic Design Planning | Team Alpha | Chris Cacci, Margaret McIntyreWho could benefit from HuLab? 13
    • ID524 Strategic Design Planning | Team Alpha | Chris Cacci, Margaret McIntyreFor example:EntrepreneurialCommitment to innovationSpeed to disasterGlobally well-supportedModularFlexible delivery mechanismsCustomizable (HuLab helps developmore relevant customizations)Strong commitment to accountabilityExtremely well organized with linksto large non-profits 14
    • ID524 Strategic Design Planning | Team Alpha | Chris Cacci, Margaret McIntyrePartner:Established API and developer platform Established dashboard and visualization intelligence Isolate and analyze subsets of data Powerful, flexible data management 15
    • ID524 Strategic Design Planning | Team Alpha | Chris Cacci, Margaret McIntyre Take another look at Katrina through the lens of HuLab. 16
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Needs Relief Relief > Needs Financial donationsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ADDITIONAL RELIEF OPTIONSCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING RESCUE SHELTER CLEAN WATER FOOD MEDICAL ATTENTION SAFETY/SECURITY COMMUNICATION8/29 8/30 8/31 9/01 9/02 9/03 9/04 9/05 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative 17
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > NeedsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ADDITIONAL RELIEF OPTIONSCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATION ShelterBoxCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING Plumpy’nut Portable Cell Tower Project Blackbox Pacstar™ tactical communications pkg RESCUE Iridium phones BAE Systems control vehicle Mechron generator SHELTER CLEAN WATER FOOD MEDICAL ATTENTION SAFETY/SECURITY COMMUNICATION8/29 8/30 8/31 9/01 9/02 9/03 9/04 9/05 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative 18
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > NeedsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ShelterBoxCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING RESCUE SHELTER CLEAN WATER FOOD MEDICAL ATTENTION SAFETY/SECURITY COMMUNICATION8/29 8/30 8/31 9/01 9/02 9/03 9/04 9/05 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative 19
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > NeedsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ADDITIONAL RELIEF OPTIONSCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING RESCUE SHELTER WATER FOOD Hurricane K cane Katrina hits Louisiana and Mississippi coast as a e picategory 4 storm. A reported 9,000 people are in the Superdome. ory t n SuperdFEMA press rele ress release: ‘First Responders Urged Not To Respond oTo Hurricane Impact Areas Unless Dispatched By State, LocalAuthorities’Five hours after the hurricane hit, FEMA chief Michael Brownasks Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff for approval MEDICALto send 1,000 Homeland Security workers within 48 hours to the SAFETY/SECURITY COMMUNICATIONSGulf Coast to provide assistance.17th Street Canal levee breaks.As night fell on a devastated region, the water was still rising inthe city, and nobody was willing to p predict when it would stop.After the destruction already apparent i the wake of Katrina, the rent inAmerican Red Cross was mobilizing for what regional officials ngwere calling the largest recovery operation in the organization’shistory. The Red Cross, while providing relief and support acrossthe Gulf Coast, did not enter New Orleans to provide relief at theSuperdome, or any other victim shelter in the city.8/29 DAY 1 8/30 8/31 9/01 9/02 9/03 9/04 9/05 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative 20
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > NeedsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ADDITIONAL RELIEF OPTIONSCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING RESCUE SHELTER WATER FOOD MEDICAL SAFETY/SECURITY COMMUNICATIONS8/29 DAY 1 8/30 8/31 9/01 9/02 9/03 9/04 9/05 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative 21
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > NeedsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ADDITIONAL RELIEF OPTIONSCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING RESCUE SHELTER WATER FOOD MEDICAL SAFETY/SECURITY COMMUNICATIONS8/29 8/30 DAY 2 8/31 9/01 9/02 9/03 9/04 9/05 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative 22
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > NeedsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ADDITIONAL RELIEF OPTIONSCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING RESCUE SHELTER WATER FOOD MEDICAL SAFETY/SECURITY COMMUNICATIONS8/29 8/30 8/31 DAY 3 9/01 9/02 9/03 9/04 9/05 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative 23
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > NeedsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ADDITIONAL RELIEF OPTIONSCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING RESCUE SHELTER WATER FOOD MEDICAL SAFETY/SECURITY COMMUNICATIONS8/29 8/30 8/31 9/01 DAY 4 9/02 9/03 9/04 9/05 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative 24
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > NeedsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ADDITIONAL RELIEF OPTIONSCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING RESCUE SHELTER WATER FOOD MEDICAL SAFETY/SECURITY COMMUNICATIONS8/29 8/30 8/31 9/01 9/02 DAY 5 9/03 9/04 9/05 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative 25
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > NeedsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ADDITIONAL RELIEF OPTIONSCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING RESCUE SHELTER WATER FOOD MEDICAL SAFETY/SECURITY COMMUNICATIONS8/29 8/30 8/31 9/01 9/02 9/03 DAY 6 9/04 9/05 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative 26
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > NeedsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ADDITIONAL RELIEF OPTIONSCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING RESCUE SHELTER WATER FOOD MEDICAL SAFETY/SECURITY COMMUNICATIONS8/29 8/30 8/31 9/01 9/02 9/03 9/04 DAY 7 9/05 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative 27
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > NeedsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ADDITIONAL RELIEF OPTIONSCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING RESCUE SHELTER WATER FOOD MEDICAL SAFETY/SECURITY COMMUNICATIONS8/29 8/30 8/31 9/01 9/02 9/03 9/04 9/05 DAY 8 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative 28
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > Financial donationsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE CUMULATIVE DATACLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING Compare total financial WEEK 1 donations (>5MM) across three non-profits organizations or NGOs. WEEK 2 American Red Cross WEEK 3 Salvation Army WEEK 4 United Way WEEK 5 WEEK 6 American Red Cross $450MM WEEK 7 Salvation Army $400MM WEEK 8 United Way $100MM*Data Illustrative 29
    • ID524 Strategic Design Planning | Team Alpha | Chris Cacci, Margaret McIntyre How ShelterBox benefits Customized individual hurricane kit ShelterBox Communications Shelter/tent Iridium phone First Aid kits Fire Blankets Cooking equipment Tools Water Transportation H2O purification Blow-up raft Food Plumpy’nut Infant Formula 30
    • ID524 Strategic Design Planning | Team Alpha | Chris Cacci, Margaret McIntyre How ShelterBox benefits Customized community hurricane kit Communications: Project Blackbox Network infrastructure— virtualized datacenter built Communications: into a shipping container (Towerworx) Mobile cell tower Portable wireless communications, lighting, and surveillance solutionsEnergy:Mechron Power SystemsCustom designedgenerator sets Logistics: Command and Control suite vehicle Receive video from existing user’s mobile video transmission assets (helicopters, vehicles, man-pack, and boats) and relay the received video using the transmit system to Project Blackbox 31
    • ID524 Strategic Design Planning | Team Alpha | Chris Cacci, Margaret McIntyreDevelopment Strategy LAUNCH EXPANSION 1 EXPANSION 2 KEY FUNCTIONS (Limited) user-driven Crowdsourcing capabilities Secure log-in AND FEATURES multi-comparisons Postmortem analysis Enhanced analytical functionality/ Licensing for specific non-profits, calculations NGOs or governments Mobile platform Tablet platform Other natural disasters—name Man-made disasters variations KEY BRANDS AND Buy-in from ShelterBox/Rotary OCHA partnership Internt’l governments DRAMATIZATIONS International Multiple relief organizations Ushahidi partnership Analysis/response “customization” PR AND MARKETING Open Source Ushahidi Celebrity endorsement Free (online) YouTube page ShelterBox (Rotary International) Public speaking (events, schools) Social mktg (Twitter, FB) White papers (thought leadership) GOVERNMENT Develop government ambassador- Deeper relationship with ships and liaisons government users Ensure cloud security 32
    • ID524 Strategic Design Planning | Team Alpha | Chris Cacci, Margaret McIntyre Appendix 33
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > NeedsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ADDITIONAL RELIEF OPTIONSCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING RESCUE SHELTER WATER FOOD Hurricane Katrina hits Louisiana and Mississippi coast as acategory 4 storm. A reported 9,000 people are in the Superdome.FEMA press release: ‘First Responders Urged Not To RespondTo Hurricane Impact Areas Unless Dispatched By State, LocalAuthorities’Five hours after the hurricane hit, FEMA chief Michael Brownasks Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff for approval MEDICALto send 1,000 Homeland Security workers within 48 hours to the SAFETY/SECURITY COMMUNICATIONSGulf Coast to provide assistance.17th Street Canal levee breaks.As night fell on a devastated region, the water was still rising inthe city, and nobody was willing to predict when it would stop.After the destruction already apparent in the wake of Katrina, theAmerican Red Cross was mobilizing for what regional officialswere calling the largest recovery operation in the organization’shistory. The Red Cross, while providing relief and support acrossthe Gulf Coast, did not enter New Orleans to provide relief at theSuperdome, or any other victim shelter in the city.8/29 DAY 1 8/30 8/31 9/01 9/02 9/03 9/04 9/05 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > NeedsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ADDITIONAL RELIEF OPTIONSCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING RESCUE SHELTER WATER FOOD Water has continued to rise overnight and is coursing through the city’s central business district, SAFETY/SECURITY MEDICAL COMMUNICATIONS still rising. Eventually, at least least 80 percent of New Orleans is under water. Reports of looting surface. The Coast Guard reports that it has rescued some 1,200 people from rooftops around the area. The number of evacuees in the Superdome swells to 20,000, as people rescued or left homeless throughout the city are brought to the stadium. Gov. Blanco says the Superdome will have to be evacuated.8/29 8/30 DAY 2 8/31 9/01 9/02 9/03 9/04 9/05 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > NeedsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ADDITIONAL RELIEF OPTIONSCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING RESCUE SHELTER WATER FOOD Looting intensifies in New Orleans. Nagin orders most of the police to abandon search and rescue missions for MEDICAL SAFETY/SECURITY survivors and focus on packs of looters who are becoming COMMUNICATIONS increasingly violent. The AP reported, “Police officers were asking residents to give up any guns they had before they boarded buses and trucks because police desperately needed the firepower. ” Late afternoon: Bush, back at the White House, holds a cabinet meeting on Katrina and speaks for nine minutes in the Rose Garden to outline federal relief efforts. He reports that FEMA has moved 25 search and rescue teams into the area. As for those stranded at the Superdome, the President states, “Buses are on the way to take those people from New Orleans to Houston. ”8/29 8/30 8/31 DAY 3 9/01 9/02 9/03 9/04 9/05 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > NeedsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ADDITIONAL RELIEF OPTIONSCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING RESCUE SHELTER WATER FOOD Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff claims “we have a tremendous array of forces that are currently deployed in New Orleans, as cable TV networks show live images of ” looting. Superdome residents awaiting evacuation and people stranded without food and water throughout the city. Red Cross President Marsha Evans asks permission to enter the city with relief supplies, but Louisiana state officials deny permission. Thirty-thousand National Guard Troops from across the country are ordered to report to the Gulf Coast, but many do not arrive for several days. The first buses arrive at the Superdome to take MEDICAL SAFETY/SECURITY COMMUNICATIONS evacuees to the Astrodome in Houston, 355 miles away, but the evacuation goes slowly and will take several days. In a special report that is typical of the picture that television is conveying to the world, CNN Correspondent Adaora Udoji reports: “Four days after Hurricane Katrina, and the situation is getting more desperate by the minute. Thousands are still stranded in misery...They are marching in search of food, water and relief. They’re surrounded by a crumbling city and dead bodies. Infants have no formula, the children no food, nothing for adults, no medical help. They’re burning with frustration, and sure they have been forgotten. ”8/29 8/30 8/31 9/01 DAY 4 9/02 9/03 9/04 9/05 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > NeedsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ADDITIONAL RELIEF OPTIONSCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING RESCUE SHELTER WATER FOOD President Bush takes an aerial tour of New Orleans. Relief copters grounded in New Orleans during his visit. The Red Cross renews its request to enter the city with relief supplies. “We had adequate supplies, the people and the vehicles, Red Cross official Vic Howell would ” later recall. Louisiana officials say they needed 24 hours to provide an escort and prepare for the Red Cross’s arrival. However, 24 hours later, a large-scale evacuation MEDICAL SAFETY/SECURITY COMMUNICATIONS is underway and the Red Cross relief effort never reaches New Orleans.” Red Cross: State rebuffed relief efforts...Aid organization never got into New Orleans, officials say— (CNN.com, 9 Sept 2005) A convoy of military trucks drives through floodwaters to the convention center, as the first supplies of water and food to reach victims who have waited for days. Thousands of armed National Guardsmen carrying weapons stream into the city to help restore order. Commanding is Army Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré, a cigar-chomping Louisiana native who soon wins praise for his decisive style of action.8/29 8/30 8/31 9/01 9/02 DAY 5 9/03 9/04 9/05 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > NeedsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ADDITIONAL RELIEF OPTIONSCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING RESCUE SHELTER WATER FOOD MEDICAL SAFETY/SECURITY COMMUNICATIONS Construction equipment removed from broken levee after Bush visit. Bush announces he is ordering additional active duty forces to the Gulf coast. “The enormity of the task requires more resources, he says in his Saturday radio ” address. “In America we do not abandon our fellow citizens in their hour of need. ” He says 4,000 active-duty troops are already in the area and 7,000 more will arrive in the next 72 hours. Those will add to some 21,000 National Guard troops already in the region.8/29 8/30 8/31 9/01 9/02 9/03 DAY 6 9/04 9/05 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > NeedsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ADDITIONAL RELIEF OPTIONSCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING RESCUE SHELTER WATER FOOD MEDICAL SAFETY/SECURITY COMMUNICATIONS More than 4,600 active duty military personnel join almost 27,000 National Guard troops in Louisiana for disaster relief. More than 1,000 firefighters from around the country, responding to a FEMA appeal for help on the Gulf Coast, are held in Atlanta for training as community relations workers for FEMA.8/29 8/30 8/31 9/01 9/02 9/03 9/04 DAY 7 9/05 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > NeedsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ADDITIONAL RELIEF OPTIONSCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING RESCUE SHELTER WATER FOOD Workers plug the breach in the 17th Street Canal. Nagin orders police and law enforcement officials MEDICAL SAFETY/SECURITY to remove everyone from the city who is not COMMUNICATIONS involved in recovery efforts. Despite this order, many residents remain in New Orleans, refusing to leave. FEMA brings in Kenyon International Services from Houston to assist in recovering bodies, many of which have been left in the open since the storm hit. A week later, state and federal officials will still be bickering over who is to pay the $119,000 daily expense of the outside mortuary specialists, and many bodies will still lie uncollected in the open and in drained buildings two weeks after the storm.8/29 8/30 8/31 9/01 9/02 9/03 9/04 9/05 DAY 8 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > NeedsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ADDITIONAL RELIEF OPTIONSCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING RESCUE SHELTER WATER FOOD Water has continued to rise overnight and is coursing through the city’s central business district, SAFETY/SECURITY MEDICAL COMMUNICATIONS still rising. Eventually, at least least 80 percent of New Orleans is under water. Reports of looting surface. The Coast Guard reports that it has rescued some 1,200 people from rooftops around the area. The number of evacuees in the Superdome swells to 20,000, as people rescued or left homeless throughout the city are brought to the stadium. Gov. Blanco says the Superdome will have to be evacuated.8/29 8/30 DAY 2 8/31 9/01 9/02 9/03 9/04 9/05 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative
    • RELIEF RECOVERY Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, LA, USA* Relief > NeedsFEMA/GOV INTL GOVERNMTS FOOD TRANSPORTATION SHELTER MEDICINE ADDITIONAL RELIEF OPTIONSCLEAN WATER SAFETY/SECURITY ELEC POWER CHILD NEEDS ANIMAL NEEDS EVACUATIONCOMMUNICATION LOCATE MISSING FUEL/ENERGY MEDICAL ATTN RESCUE CLOTHING RESCUE SHELTER WATER FOOD Hurricane Katrina hits Louisiana and Mississippi coast as acategory 4 storm. A reported 9,000 people are in the Superdome.FEMA press release: ‘First Responders Urged Not To RespondTo Hurricane Impact Areas Unless Dispatched By State, LocalAuthorities’Five hours after the hurricane hit, FEMA chief Michael Brownasks Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff for approval MEDICALto send 1,000 Homeland Security workers within 48 hours to the SAFETY/SECURITY COMMUNICATIONSGulf Coast to provide assistance.17th Street Canal levee breaks.As night fell on a devastated region, the water was still rising inthe city, and nobody was willing to predict when it would stop.After the destruction already apparent in the wake of Katrina, theAmerican Red Cross was mobilizing for what regional officialswere calling the largest recovery operation in the organization’shistory. The Red Cross, while providing relief and support acrossthe Gulf Coast, did not enter New Orleans to provide relief at theSuperdome, or any other victim shelter in the city.8/29 DAY 1 8/30 8/31 9/01 9/02 9/03 9/04 9/05 Needs met Unmet needs*Data Illustrative