DEVELOPING A COORDINATED PLAN? 1. Skopje Plan- February 1915 British Red Cross, Serbian Relief Fund and Serbian Civilian Government Medical and Public Health Missions 2. RAMC Plan- February 1915 British Royal Army Medical Corps, British Government and Serbian Military Public Health & Education 3. Paris Plan- March 1915 French, American and British Red Crosses and government Divide Serbia into districts, with American and Brattish sectors
SKOPJE PLAN- FEBRUARY 1915 Dr. Katherine McPhail, SWH British Red Cross, Serbian Relief Fund and Serbian Civilian Government Medical and Public Health Missions
CONCLUSIONS 1.Early example of a large scale international humanitarian effort. 2.Mission advanced the state of medical research and type of response to epidemics. Used later in the war. 3.Missions developed a new format of combining medical missions with public health efforts. 4.Response built broader commitments to the Serbian Front. 5.Demonstrated that women could serve on the front lines as doctors and nurses. 6.Analysis of the administration of the efforts show the role of World War I in the way relief administered. Shows the need of a lead agency to coordinate the effort.