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Evaluation of the Canterbury earthquake appeal and recovery programme

Source(s):  New Zealand Red Cross

The New Zealand Red Cross programme started after the 7.1 magnitude earthquake in September 2010 and the 6.3 magnitude aftershock six month later, on 22 February 2011. Since then, greater Christchurch has been subject to thousands of aftershocks making the recovery process even more challenging and complex.

The recovery journey will continue in greater Christchurch for many years to come, and this evaluation helped to measure the impact of New Zealand Red Cross’ work so far and to allowed them to learn from this experience.

A suite of three reports, based on the full independent technical evaluation report, has been developed, each of which provides a snapshot of findings:

  • Walking alongside: evaluation of New Zealand Red Cross Canterbury earthquake appeal recovery programme: summary report
  • Walking alongside: evaluation of New Zealand Red Cross Canterbury earthquake appeal recovery programme: lessons for practitioners, agencies and communities
  • Walking alongside: evaluation of New Zealand Red Cross Canterbury earthquake appeal recovery programme: executive summary



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  • Evaluation of the Canterbury earthquake appeal and recovery programme
  • Publication date 2018
  • Number of pages 108 p.

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