Dr Lew Zirkle the founder of the Surgical Implant Generation Network (SIGN) has posted an article on the above subject on Orthopaedia, the orthopaedic Wiki. http://www.orthopaedia.com/display/Main/SIGN+Disaster+Relief+Handbook
This is a open authorship site (although you need to register to contribute; only medical personnel are accepted). Contributions from other experts on surgery in the disaster relief situation would be very much appreciated. The focus is orthopaedic trauma but of course there is a lot of overlap.
SIGN designs and supplies intramedullary nails free of charge to LMIC hospitals. The SIGN system does not need fluoroscopic control and is designed for use in low resource settings. Dr Zirkle has been a first responder in the Indonesian Tsunami, the Pakistan earthquake, and the Haiti earthquake and has convened conferences on the aftercare of disaster victims so he knows what he is talking about.