Prepared for the US Department of Labor, this P/PV report evaluates the effectiveness of the National Emergency Grant (NEG) money awarded to organizations in Chinatown in the wake of September 11th. Through interviews with program staff and key informants, P/PV examines the outcomes achieved by individual grantees, assesses the effect of the NEG on overall service provision and provides recommendations about how the Chinatown NEG could be adjusted to respond to similar situations in the future.
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Title: Through the Eye of a Needle: The Challenge of Providing Employment Services in New York's Chinatown Post September 11th
Publication date 2003-05-02
Publication Year 2003
, Mark Elliott
North America / United States (Northeastern) / New York / New York County / New York City (Chinatown)
, york s chinatown
, public private ventures
, employment services
, post september
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