Information sharing to support social recovery following a natural disaster

Natural disasters cause major damage, but this can be mitigated with effective planning, response and recovery. It is broadly agreed that organisations must work together following a disaster to deliver the right services to meet individual and community needs. Sharing information among organisations is a key ingredient for effective collaboration.

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