An Emergency Market Mapping and Analysis Case Study: Changing Responses to the Haiti Earthquake
In 2007, and based on the value chain development framework, the Emergency Market Mapping and Analysis (EMMA) toolkit was designed to help staff to understand, work with and support critical markets in sudden onset emergencies. Oxfam GB and the International Rescue Committee have now used this assessment tool in a number of emergency responses. This case study looks at
the EMMA that was undertaken in Haiti following the 2010 earthquake, and the emergency responses implemented as a result of this, by both the IRC and OGB.
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