Each year Visionwest produces publications for the purpose of gaining insights and data relating to the issues addressed by the services we provide. This year we produced the following reports. You can read the full reports by clicking the links below.
Lockdown in Waitakere 2021
Describes the impact of Alert Level restrictions (lockdowns) on Visionwest service delivery, for both whānau who access Visionwest services and the wider West Auckland community. The emerging priorities for Visionwest are also identified.
Christmas From The Heart 2022
Provides an overview of the Christmas From The Heart 2022 event and high-level information about whānau who needed support at Christmas, and reveals some of the reasons why that support was necessary.
Food and Financial Hardship Report
An analysis of the Visionwest Food Security Survey. Despite impressions that the impacts of COVID are retreating, this food security survey shows that needs in the third quarter of 2022 did not drop back to pre-COVID levels and have subsequently continued to rise.
Budget Response 2023
May 2023 | Insight
For the past two years, Visionwest has been invited to be a part of the Budget Day lock-in at Parliament Buildings. This has given us an early look at the Budget material and enabled us to prepare a response. This is our response to Budget 2023.
Visionwest Pae Aronui ImpactLab Report
May 2023 | Education, Housing, Impact, Wellbeing
Throughout our lives, different events occur which impact our overall wellbeing trajectory. This report measures the impact on an individual’s wellbeing across multiple domains when they’re supported by a programme to make positive changes in their life.
Social Supermarket Feasibility Report
May 2023 | Insight, Kai
Social supermarkets have been operating for many years internationally, often with a waste minimisation focus and the intention of offering dignity and choice to shoppers. This report was produced as a feasibility study and precursor to Manaaki Kai, Visionwest’s social supermarket.