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Community and Family Resilience, Strength and Well-Being: Sociocultural Influences on Cambodian and Laotian Refugee Communities' Responses to Environmental Challenges

Implementing Organization

University of Georgia

Overview

DWH Project Funding

$3,076,003

Known Leveraged Funding

$0

Funding Organization

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine – Gulf Research Program (NASEM - GRP)

Funding Program

NASEM Gulf Research Program – Grants

Details

Project Category

Human and Social

Project Actions

Resilience

Targeted Resources

Community and Human Health

Project Description

Refugee and immigrant communities’ histories and cultural differences present unique vulnerabilities and challenges for achieving community resilience in response to environmental stressors and disasters. This project will engage with Cambodian and Laotian families in coastal Alabama to determine how individual, family, and community-level strengths and vulnerabilities contribute to community health and well-being and how individuals utilize social networks and formal services to respond to stressors. Culturally responsive interventions and strategies for increasing community capacity and resilience will be developed.

Contact

Denise Lewis
None
denise.lewis@uga.edu
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Project Partners

None

Affiliated Institutions

None

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