largely use road and air transport. grounding the WFP helicopter, and threatened the temporary road repairs. For instructions on how to order reprints of this article, please visit our website: www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/licensing/reprints.htm. It is to the best knowledge of these researchers that this is a unique study carried out to examine humanitarian supply chain risk factors in Cyclone Idai relief operations in Zimbabwe. From “government” to “governance”: Tensions in disaster-resilience leadership in Zimbabwe. Research limitations/implications 2008). The settlement was replaced by huge rock boulders as shown in Fig. Urban flooding in Australia: Policy development and implementation. unfavorable changes in financial matters like exchange rates, supplier bankruptcy and, missed milestones with subsequent further funding requirements. Humanitarian supply chains need to be agile and able to respond quickly, to unpredictable events effectively and efficiently (, must flow from donors through the supply chain to the final consumers at the right time, at, the right cost, in the right quantities and to the right place. For instance, drones and robots can be used to locate, survivors and transmit information to emergency teams. With this in mind, this study explored scattered evidence on supply chain risks in the delivery. Key words: Humanitarian supply chain, Supplying Food before Earthquake, Confirmatory Factor Analysis. Data on livestock, flood, drought, cyclone, tide, thunderstorm, hailstorm, waterlogging, tornado and economic damages were collected from the existing literature for 2009–2014. The United Nations. Chimanimani District has a population of 134,940 people, who are largely rural (95%) with a 95% literacy rate (ZimStat 2013). Although the eventual entrance of external agencies tended to weaken the trust and cohesion built in the community, the use of social networks facilitated the operations of external players during the emergency response phase and the restoration phase of the disaster. We wish to thank all the participants in Rusitu Valley who took their time to share their experiences about the Cyclone Idai disaster. Preston, J., C. Chadderton, K. Kitagawa, and C. Edmonds. These risks usually follow cyclones as the rains and flooding. Furthermore, our findings shows that Monitoring (M), Education (E), and Readiness for logistics and distribution (LD) are most important dimensions of our conceptual model. 2017. While the SCRM literature is growing, results from the SLR identified limited organized understanding of what constitutes a holistic SCR process, and high reliance of particular categories for SCR, such as the high reliance on specific country settings (the USA and the UK); limited presence of cross competitive SCR process analysis and challenges in developing conceptual SCR frameworks. They conceived the idea of using a rope after realizing that the lives of people who were crying out for help were in their hands. Rusitu Valley, Zimbabwe. How did these risks affect effectiveness. Finau, G., Cox, J., Tarai, J., Varea, R., Titifanue, J. and Kant, R. (2018), communication: a case study of Cyclone Winston, strong-and-deadly-tropical-cyclones-116559. This moved back out to sea, forming Cyclone Idai, which hit the east coast of Mozambique before dissipating in eastern Zimbabwe (Masters, 2019). community structures and dynamics) are relevant in the urban and rural areas affected by cyclone Idai (Sofala and Manica provinces)? Findings of the Literature Review 59 6.2. Global Environmental Change 23: 1786–1794. On the 14th of March 2019, a tropical cyclone (Idai) hit Mozambique. Hachen. of their objectives. environmental factors were also contributing factors toward the futility of humanitarian relief operations. (2008) also observe that residents tend to adopt a passive attitude towards floods. Reflection about the potentials and limits of the concept of resilience in relation to vulnerability-reduction programmes. This means there was a five-day period in which local action is undocumented, but of significance. The actual interviews were held with 15 participants who were purposively, ). dependent on the humanitarian relief concerns. It was reported that the message about Cyclone Idai, and how it was projected to affect their area, did not effectively filter to the community. general sources of humanitarian supply chain risks and assessing their negative impact on relief operations. Rapid review question: What contextual factors (e.g. The results were presented in vignettes. (Government. After noticing that the pressure of the water was increasing and they could risk their own lives, one of them gave a wild cry instructing that they should immediately abandon the activity and move out of the water. Brown, D., R. Chanakira, K. Chatiza, M. Dhliwayo, D. Dodman, M. Masiiwa, D. Muchadenyika, P. Mugabe, and S. Zvigadza. The images or other third party material in this article are included in the article's Creative Commons licence, unless indicated otherwise in a credit line to the material. 2006. Brebbia, and S.S. Zubir, 195–206. and_associated_challenges_for_successful_disaster_knowledge_sharing.pdf. One survivor reported that, “People moved in with various items to ease the problem. Rapid review question: What contextual factors (e.g. (2015), within the business environment that influence supply chains. The separation or cut point produced by a cyclone is normally defined in terms of the P80. Flexible supply chains allow organizations to rapidly, The problems that arise during disaster relief operations, who recommended the inclusion of qualitative research methods in, ). 1998. Cyclone Winston, to share information about the cyclone and to be informed about the, cyclone. This was mainly in the form of continued psychosocial support from some members of the community who always check how the survivors were coping. Academics, practitioners, government, philanthropists and private companies gained insight into the Zimbabwe-, specific sources of humanitarian supply chain disruptions. 2009; Misra et al. A typical case commonly in practice in Zimbabwean rural societies is the need to pause individual activities in order to collectively join the bereaved family. 2018. 2015. For there to be an improvement in aid delivery, warring parties should respect the sanctity of humanitarian space and the ethics governing humanitarianism. Int J Disaster Risk Sci 11, 655–666 (2020). Originality/value This study further confirms, corruption is a challenge faced by humanitarian firms where individuals appointed in the, Based on the results of the current study, it is suggested that the government of Zimbabwe, should invest in strengthening the quality of road, telecommunication, warehouse and, electrical infrastructure which are important to relief logistics. Bolin, R., and L. Stanford. Shepherd Chanza assisted in identifying locations of research participants while Tabitha Chanza helped in recording interview transcripts and taking photographs. The delivery framework suggests that firms can develop successful strategic philanthropy through systematic humanitarian supply chain collaboration. Results show that the participation of local “heroes” and “Samaritans,” by deploying their social networks, norms, relationships, practices, and modest ingenuity, helped to speed up response times and minimize threats to lives and livelihoods. important to measure the total supply chain costs including labour, transport, warehousing, humanitarian supply chain measured in terms of efficiency is dependent on supply chain risk. Humanitarian firms therefore need to consider differing social and cultural, conditions of affected regions during humanitarian response (, therefore the intention of these researchers to link social issues with supply chain. No cases of discomfort emerged during interviews and all participants successfully completed interview sessions. Wanik, D.W., Anagnostou, E.N., Astitha, M., Hartman, B.M., Lackmann, G.M., Yang, J., Cerrai, D., He, and Chipinge in the aftermath of Cyclone Idai, the-aftermath-of-cyclone-idai-25-29-march-2019/, humanitarian operations, humanitarian logistics and humanitarian supply chain performance. To some extent, these voids were filled in by the participation of the local villagers who used their local networks to assist each other throughout the disaster. Location of the study area in Chimanimani District, Zimbabwe. 3rd ed., Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, California. The Northridge Earthquake: Community-based approaches to unmet recovery needs. factors and their influence on humanitarian relief operations is important for policymakers, role in humanitarian supply chains. The main challenge that the heroes faced was to handle mixed reactions from the crowd. 2019. These researchers further recommend government to develop a disaster resiliency. This means the community had generally developed a wait and see attitude and were only ready to take measures upon observing the phenomenon. Key-Words- Humanitarian supply chain, agility, resilience, dynamic capability view, organizational culture, competing value model, partial least squares. Most produce rot before getting to the market or are sold cheaply in local markets. Social networks and challenges in government disaster policies: A case study from Bangladesh. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13753-020-00290-x, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s13753-020-00290-x, Over 10 million scientific documents at your fingertips, Not logged in One government official explained how bad weather disrupted the, It was difficult in the incessant rains to assess the humanitarian situation in the affected areas and, deliver aid. Plant-parasitic nematodes associated with banana (Musa spp.) (2018), supply chain performance under moderating effects of organizational culture within the, humanitarian setting: a dynamic capability view. The uplift forces from cyclone winds can sometimes pull buildings completely out of the ground. https://doi.org/10.4172/2167-0587.1000231. off-road trucks and air rescue assets which were not available. done toward optimized implementation strategies for the suggested framework. The insights by the five main participants in the rescue operations reveal how the disaster happened. 2013). Badenhorst-Weiss, J.A. There is a scarcity of studies that collate such evidence toward enhanced humanitarian supply chains in Southern Africa. These events can be chronicled from the 2000 Cyclone Eline that caused 91 deaths, 357 injuries, destroyed 59,187 houses, and resulted in about 2.7 million people being affected (Brown et al. The study only dealt with adults above 18 years of age. the economic situation affected the availability of information to humanitarian players. With their readily available personnel, if given timely information (Allen 2006), local citizens can address the inevitable delay in formal disaster management assistance, since the first response always comes from local actors (Kapucu 2008). One area where local action can feed into our understanding about disasters is the detailed accounts given by the people who directly experienced the events. Taniguchi, E., Thompson, R.G. Hero 3 weighed in saying, “We had to motivate each other, assuring that it was possible to rescue the people who were trapped despite the high risk.” These statements reveal that individuals were collectively driven by the need to save life. The distribution of aid to the cyclone-ravaged communities in Chimanimani and Chipinge has been, fraught with controversy, with some ZANU PF officials accused of hijacking the process and doling, out handouts along partisan lines. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 14(4): 51–58. The P80 separation is the particle size for which 80% of the cyclone overflow is finer than that size. One of the participants indicated, “My wife also went to one of the places where most survivors were accommodated. A historical database of significant cyclones from 1980 to mid-2009 was created from publicly available data. In other words, after realizing the urgent need to intervene to save lives, they felt that their joint ideas would offer the best form of assistance under such an emergency situation. It is critical to note that the rescue operation, although it happened for less than half an hour, was the only method that saved people. These. ... in which social organisation may have undergone significant change due to the impact of the cyclone. Journal of Geography and Natural Disasters 8(3). It’s the second cyclone to rip through the area in less than two months. Journal of Natural Resource Policy Research 2(4): 325–342. of humanitarian aid to victims of Cyclone Idai in Zimbabwe. This was followed by Cyclones Japhet in 2003, Dineo in 2017, and Idai in 2019, which this study examines. Moreover, we also try to identify any differences between Islamic and Christian relief organizations in identifying and prioritizing these factors. This report is based on a review of literature and consultation with experts […] This review is based on a review of literature and consultation with experts that was undertaken in April-May 2019. Azmat, M., Atif, M. and Kummer, S. (2019), in faith-based and non-faith-based organizations. One of the rescuers added that he had to defy the harsh weather of strong winds, heavy downpours, and darkness, rushing to the mumadhomeni area where he observed a large group of people camped at the police station and crying for help. These participants were recruited through chain referrals, where an identified participant would refer to other key people whose narratives would be most critical to the study’s objectives. (2013), this is particularly critical where public response systems tend to be weak in their praxis as in the case of Cyclone Idai responses in Zimbabwe. 3, No. Vulnerability and coping strategies of low income communities to flood hazards, Missionvale, South Africa. Due to limited awareness and underestimation of flood risk, Speller (2005) and Burningham et al. Drones and other aerial, technologies can be useful in identifying areas that need aid, establish clear routes and, power and communications networks. Misra, S., R. Goswami, and R. Jana. There was very slow data movement between affected districts and, national command centers. In Risks and conflicts: Local responses to natural disasters, ed. This reflective study evaluates supply chain risks associated with Cyclone Idai humanitarian relief operations through qualitative in-depth interviews with relevant actors in the field. Disasters 30(4): 433 − 450. 2014. Kapucu (2008) and Alexander (2010) similarly note that, in emergency responses, community members react first before external actors. Government, s humanitarian practitioners to formulate. Input paper. The paper also unravels the role of social work in disaster management; before, during and post disaster phases. The case study describes how strategic philanthropy can be implemented in a specific case, i.e. 2. Brighton: Institute of Development Studies. In addition, it highlights the gaps in industry context, theoretical contribution, geographic location, and research methods applied and addresses the scope for further research. If this situation is not handled carefully, particularly at the point of integrating local initiatives with external interventions, there are indications that intervention can weaken community relations and become itself a driver of vulnerability to disasters. It adopted a quantitative research method Africa as there is a limited number of published studies on the impact of social media in financial institutions. The disaster unlocked external development assistance and managed to draw the attention of both government agencies and nongovernmental organizations. It is not uncommon in humanitarian, operations that some staff members engage in violations like sexual abuses of the victims or, among themselves at the detriment of the operations. Davern, M., and D.S. International Journal of Lifelong Education 34(6): 727–753. 2010. volume 11, pages655–666(2020)Cite this article. Sustainability and community empowerment in disaster management. We used partial least squares (PLS) to examine our proposed research hypotheses using 335 responses gathered from organizations in India using survey based questionnaires designed for a single respondent. Resilience: New Utopia or New Tyranny? An Assessment of Cyclone Mitigation and Management Policies of Bangladesh: A Focus on Early Warning Systems By Tiffany Bisson A Thesis Submitted to the Faculty of Graduate Studies The purpose of our current study is to undertake an extensive review of extant literature published in operations and supply chain management journals as well as popular interdisciplinary journals. The study area was chosen because it was one of the hotspots of the Cyclone Idai disaster in Zimbabwe. findings revealed 60% of the research participants who agreed, 14% undecided, and 27% disagreed that social media present “The wind damage was way beyond anything ever experienced in Beira before,” said Ben Lamoree, a Dutch consultant who leads Beira’s post-cyclone recovery task force. Correspondence to This is quite unfortunate when one discovers that school heads and teachers were counted among the missing persons. Locally-based action in disaster management is largely inﬂuenced by the form and … This is rare in developed countries, where most basic supplies are purchased, from local suppliers and staff can be hired locally for logistical activities. The role of social capital in post-flood response and recovery among downstream communities of the Ba River, Western Viti Levu, Fiji Islands. interest to answer the following fundamental questions: What are the supply chain risk factors that were encountered during Cyclone Idai, How did supply chain risk factors influence Cyclone Idai humanitarian relief, . Chimanimani District lies in agro-ecological region 1, based on a scheme used to demarcate regional boundaries (FAO 2006). A model utilising a stochastic process is developed to study the supply chain distribution process as, Humanitarian crisis leave the affected people in need of water, health care, and shelter. The demonstration of oneness during critical times of need can be best understood in a statement by Survivor 6 saying, “During those days when villagers teamed up to search for missing persons, no one could afford to sleep. After explaining different phases of disaster relief operations, the literature review discussed the critical role of the supply chain in effective relief distribution within a disaster management cycle focusing especially on the preparation and response aspects of the chain. Unfortunately, in Zimbabwe, social work practice still perpetuates the values and ideals of neo-liberalism; without careful consideration of the consequences of natural disasters on vulnerable populations. International Journal of Social Work and Human Services 2(6): 207–212. Most of the people managed to heed the call to assemble at a police station, where water had not yet reached. The local villagers visualized and described the before and after situation on the residential area. Systematic Review of Health Data Management Before, During and After Emergencies and Disasters ... Japan (Japanese) and grey literature. To do so, CARE used a combination of literature review and primary data collection with stakeholder consultations, key informant interviews, and focus group discussions (FGDs) at national, district, and community levels. © 2008-2020 ResearchGate GmbH. A total of 17 local citizens participated in the study, broken down as six survivors, five heroes and six community Samaritans. Becker (2018) stresses that integration of various players is largely dependent on the trust of and influence of external agencies. Community Development Through Empowerment of the Rural Poor Duncan Livingstone Chapter Seven- Recommendations and Conclusions 73 7.1. International Journal of Emergency Management. Governments usually coordinate, activities of relief organizations and support the relief efforts through the military or regulate, NGOs in order to increase their professionalism (, humanitarian supply chains tend to be unstable and prone to politics and military influence, that government ineffectiveness and illegitimacy often lead to imposed restrictions on, humanitarian supply chains leading to delays in delivery of aid. These phases do not have clear boundaries, but overlap chronologically, as well as in terms of ongoing activities. However, from the perspective of the villagers, the influx of the external agencies has actually done more harm than good. Altay, N., Gunasekaran, A., Dubey, R. and Childe, S.J. The study pivots around nine key themes, which have gained prominent attention from HOSCM scholars, and draws a roadmap from reviewing earlier review papers to performance evaluation of HOSCM related studies. Some parts of the area were completely cut off from the rest of the country for several days, as roads and bridges were damaged and communication systems were disrupted. The results from our data suggest that SCAG and SCRES are two important dynamic capabilities of supply chain, have significant effects on pre-disaster performance (PRE-DP). Bongo, P.P., and S.B. Inhabitants from villages contact the representatives of local authorities much more often than in cities, which is attributed to the close cooperation in everyday management of agro-based livelihoods that characterizes rural communities. How do social and cultural factors shape communication and community engagement strategies across social sectors? Costa, S.R.A., Campos, V.B.G. Given the delays in formal responses by the government and other external relief agencies, the practices of local actors, although spontaneous and largely uncoordinated, offer rich insights into the design and development of disaster management regimes. The tropical storms typically do not reach a high intensity in the Arabian Sea due to the unfavorable wind shear; dry air feed from Thar Desert and relatively lower sea surface temperatures. The role of men tended to be prevalent during evacuation and rescue procedures, while women were largely active in saving children during and after. newspapers to reflect the truth about the phenomena under investigation. These operations were led by traditional leaders. A coordination theory approach to restructuring the global, International Journal of Production Research, A qualitative study exploring the challenges of humanitarian organisations, Protecting children in a time of crisis: annual report, orts/annual-report/annual-report/sc-2008-, Multi-level facility location-allocation problem for post-disaster humanitarian, Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain, From Logistics to Supply Chain Management: The Path. A brief discussion of the key concepts used in this study is presented below, in order to. media impact in commercial banks and explores the contribution it has brought among teams, thus, ascertaining collaboration The concern about supplying food is one of the important issues before earthquake. Understanding and measuring social capital: A multidisciplinary tool for practitioners. A pilot, study was carried out to identify potential problems and adjusted to ensure content validity, selected from 27 humanitarian agencies and relevant government departments, participated in the 2019 Cyclone Idai relief responses. communication and power networks have been affected by a cyclone. Mugandani, R., M. Wuta, A. Makarau, and B. Chipindu. factors available in the location of disaster. Most interviewed respondents revealed that cases of politicisation of aid were, rampant in the distribution process. This study uses a case study qualitative examination of experiences and roles of local people in the Cyclone Idai disaster. Ph.D. thesis. (NGO Officer, 28 April, 2029). Mararike, C.G. Therefore, for designing our questionnaire reliability and content validity measured. However, the situation had left another form of disaster that created divisions between survivors (who used to be prioritized by aid) and the general community, with individuals and families, who felt that they had done more towards assisting the survivors. We simply thought that these were just social media news. 2013. Twigg, J. Effect of Climate Change on Tropical Cyclones - Geography - Essay 2011 - ebook 2.99 € - GRIN. (2008) and Lunga (2015) also note the opportunity to use locally available resources, which allows active participation, inclusivity, and confidence building among community members. The study protocol observed the ethical guidelines provided by the Bindura University of Science Education. The purpose of this review is to provide the overview of available systems and potential future systems for communication during disaster in Malaysia. They also took with them torches [flashlights] to illuminate the area. 2013; Misra et al. The rest of this article is organized as follows: after the introduction, section 2 provides a brief. Supply chain teams for this operation thus worked with, unreliable data, and resultantly, there was flawed execution of the relief operations. management strategies in limiting the risks that Cyclone Idai presented. The first actors to respond to the Cyclone Idai disaster in Rusitu Valley were the local shop owners and shop attendants. Clearly, this background makes the community highly vulnerable to weather-related hazards such as floods and landslides. This review of SCRM identifies various research gaps and directions for future research to develop theory and a practical understanding of SCR. (Survivors 4 and 6). Three machine-learning models used five weather simulations and the ensemble mean of Current and Future Sandy, along with land-use and overhead utility infrastructure data, to predict the severity and spatial distribution of outages across the Eversource Energy service territory in Connecticut. Long years of exposure to denudation have led to deep and steep valley slopes that explain the high velocity of rivers flowing throughout the year. s experience with other countries such as Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi: emergency response to Cyclone Idai-SAF, https://actalliance.org/appeals-rapid-response-funds/saf-191/, Identification and prioritization of critical success factors, Journal of Transport and Supply Chain Management, The potential role of philanthropy in humanitarian, Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply, Role of capacity building in disaster preparedness: a case of, Humanitarian supply chain management: a thematic literature review, Document analysis as a qualitative research method, Impacts of disasters and disasters risk management in Malaysia: the case of, Economic and Welfare Impacts of Disasters in, Managing risk to avoid supply chain breakdown. They rushed to a business person’s hardware store where they knew they could secure a rope. 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