The impact extreme weather events like Hurricane Dorian have on people, communities, supply chain, economic growth, and trade is undeniable.
Not only are hurricanes life-threatening and destructive, but the recovery is long and costly.
From a supply chain standpoint, the rebuilding of airports, roads, and ports are important to move freight.
Around 70-80% GDP of the Bahamas specifically come through Tourism. Fewer tourists will visit the Bahamas during those recovery times.
It is important to understand the supply chain and trade to have a disaster relief and emergency operation in place for future events.
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