Independent Impacts and Recovery Monitoring (IRM) Project Nepal – Early Findings from Round 5

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The Independent Impacts and Recovery Monitoring Project (IRM) was implemented almost immediately after two devastating earthquakes hit Nepal on 25 April 2015 and 12 May 2015. IRM is a longitudinal mixed-methods study developed to systematically monitor social impacts of the disaster and the response, collecting evidence that goes beyond one-off damage and needs assessments. This briefing note is based on early findings from the fifth and final round of the survey completed in September-October 2019 with 5857 respondents. Two reports from the fifth round will be published in April 2020 (a survey report and a qualitative report).

Posted March 16, 2020
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