Supporting the supporters in disaster recovery

Staff, volunteers and community members who work to support communities—they are the essential ingredient to a meaningful and sustainable recovery, and they require support. This report was submitted by Jolie Wills to Winston Churchill Memorial Trust and New Zealand Red Cross in September 2014. It outlines 12 principles to shape effective support.

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