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Ch.8: Canterbury Earthquake Social Recovery Services and Support video
Temporary home repair services were targeted at vulnerable people living in cold, unsafe or unsanitary homes as a result of earthquake damage. These repair services were the result of collaborations across the insurance, community, and construction sectors. Social recovery practitioners discuss key lessons.

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