Monitoring social outcomes

This video describes the social recovery evidence base CERA established and developed over time. Social outcomes monitoring commenced early and informed decision making. The evidence base enabled decision makers to ‘focus on the need, not the noise’. The video describes CERA’s approach to social recovery monitoring, including the development of evidence which was nationally comparable and included pre-earthquake baseline data. Lessons and tips are shared by practitioners.

We wanted an evidence-based recovery, and that meant collecting data so our decision making was informed, and not based on guesswork or anecdote.

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