Weddin Shire Resilience Assessment
Hello, and thank you for considering taking the time complete this survey!
Your answers are a valuable and important contribution to increasing our understanding of general and specific resilience levels in your community.
This survey is designed and fully funded by CSIRO.
It aims to assess the strengths and challenges of the Weddin community in dealing with adverse and disaster events. This resilience assessment will inform plans and programs that enhance the strengths and address the challenges for a prosperous and resilient region.
Your participation will help provide a robust evidence that can help:
- your community understand its strengths and vulnerability to droughts and other stresses and shocks to help with prioritising community initiatives
- inform proposals for state and federal fundings, for example, the Drought Resilience Fund funded regional drought resilience plans and other resilience related project proposals
- establish a baseline to assist with assessing outcomes and impacts of resilience-related initiatives, and
- add value to the Drought Resilience Hub's recent assessments to establish the state of drought resilience in the region
We are interested in your views about how you and your household deal with “adverse and disaster events”.
For the purpose of this survey, these events mean drought, substantial population decline, loss of services, floods, bushfire, human or animal disease outbreaks, financial crisis, major illness and/or death and other similar stresses or shocks.
This survey will take you around 45 minutes to complete.
Your participation is completely voluntary.
If there are any questions you don’t wish to answer, please skip to the next question.
Your responses will be anonymous and confidential.
When responding to survey questions, please do not provide the personal information of any other individual unless you have obtained consent to do so.