Initial response - Door knocking

Ch.4: Canterbury Earthquake Social Recovery Services and Support videoThis video explains the effectiveness of door knocking to identify and support vulnerable people after a major natural disaster.

There’s still people who don’t identify as vulnerable, and door knocking is a really good way of getting out and touching base with these people.

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