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The potential of co-location of services in the NGO sector in Christchurch: A method of improving collaboration between agencies and outcomes for clients
journal contributionposted on 01.11.2018, 00:00 by L Johnstone, Annabel Taylor
The co-location of services has considerable potential within the nongovernmental organisation (NGO) sector in Christchurch, New Zealand. Co-location presents opportunities for community driven organisations to improve both their economic efficiency and service delivery by sharing a physical location. This is especially relevant in the current post-earthquake setting in Canterbury, due to the resultant limitations, loss of office accommodation and restrictions on resources.