Independent Impacts and Recovery Monitoring Project

The independent Impacts and Recovery Monitoring Project is a longitudinal mixed-methods study developed to systematically monitor patterns of recovery and evolving needs, to track whether disaster responses were effective and accountable. The first round of research took place in June 2015, with three subsequent rounds until April 2017, and another round in 2019 leading up to the five year anniversary of the earthquake. The data help present a clearer picture of who is recovering, who is not, and what are the reasons.

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