In the first paper Decision in Paradise: Part I, it was revealed that the island of Kava is facing many challenges and the residents of this island have requested assistance form the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). A brief recap of the challenges now facing the island of Kava; 1) over 50% of the population are under the age of 15 years; 2) ethnic mix of religion, languages and culture indigenous to the South Pacific area of Kava; 3) the economy for which the natives of Kava depend is constantly threatened by natural disasters such as tsunami, typhoons, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, fire, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, HIV/AIDS epidemics, petroleum spills, avian flu and terrorism.
The goal of Alex the Director for Strategic Planning at CDC is to aid Kava in developing and managing an effective, efficient and well organized process structure. The restructure of the small South Pacific Island will include every part of life such as education, leadership, marketing, finance, purchasing, technology, human resources, physical resources, transportation, goods and services, and strategic planning.
Kava has a rich economy of petroleum, coffee, cocoa spices, bananas, sugar, tourism, fishing; natural gas and inexpensive quality labor, these elements are significant to the CDC agency and the world at large. The future of Kava is to build and strengthen its economy.
CDC is a global organization with affiliate offices and government agencies worldwide in countries like Asia, Europe, Africa, and Latin American. The agency believes assigning a few employees from each of these surrounding countries to assist Alex and me with the communication efforts will be the first step toward common ground. In additions, work will continue with the current government that is in place at Kava, this will be necessary since the Kava government knows the needs and expectation of...