postemergency

postemergency

(ˌpəʊstɪˈmɜːdʒənsɪ)
adj
of, relating to, or occurring in the period after an emergency
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Last year, with funds from Footsteps in Faith, CRS provided prenatal care for 387,000 women, one term of school lunches for 48,000 children, and postemergency shelters for 26,000 families.
Spiegel P, Sheik M, Gotway-Crawford C and P Salama Health programmes and policies associated with decreased mortality in displaced people in postemergency phase camps: a retrospective study.
In the body of the literature, we explored the risk factors of CI-AKI postemergency PCI in a Chinese population.
To the author's knowledge, this group of researchers subsequently turned instead to the health conditions and mortality rates of displaced persons in postemergency settings.
Since World War II, the US military has used aerial spray to mitigate vector-borne disease in combat situations as well as domestic postemergency scenarios.
The workers must remember the past and look forward," Mistry told the Congress workers, reminding them of how it had bounced back in 1980 after almost getting decimated in the postemergency polls in 1977.
Reproductive health indicators and outcomes among refugee and internally displaced persons in postemergency phase camps.
The purpose of the exercise was twofold: to use the whistles as a symbol of preventative action and to illustrate the discipline that is required in a postemergency situation.
Yet reports continued to suggest that Washington was pushing for such an accommodation even after Bhutto's apparently full postemergency embrace of the opposition and perhaps even after her assassination.
As the report rightly notes, rates of morbidity and mortality in postemergency camps are usually quite low, because people usually have access to health and other essential services.
Postemergency evaluations of HRPs are necessary to make appropriate revisions and improve plan effectiveness.