Rū Whenua Review

The purpose of the Rū Whenua Review is to understand the barriers and challenges for reaching whānau in critical contexts and to generate “more impact” for whānau transformation across greater Christchurch.
 
While statistics show that a significant portion of the Christchurch population have finalised insurance claims and home repairs, other whānau continue to experience a complexity of issues that require agencies to work more effectively and collaboratively.

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