Case study: Coordination improved response time and increased concentration during emergency, volunteers report

As this case illustrates, community-led teams can take a lead in response efforts for disasters of international significance, as well as smaller and more local incidents.
 
The Savar incident is such a case: beginning as a local incident, it has garnered considerable international media attention and led to wide-ranging changes in national and international policy for the readymade garment industry.
 
Asian Disaster Preparedness Center- Website: http://www.adpc.net
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