Grand Erie Immigration Partnership
Eco-Ethonomics Inc. is working with Grand Erie Immigration Partnership to analyze data across their catchment area from three different evaluation processes. The Eco-Ethonomics team is analyzing the results from an in-depth newcomer consultation, an online survey conducted with service providers and community organizations, as well as, the Employer One survey. Our roles is to prepare a summary report that highlights overall results from the work of GEIP over the course of 2013. The report will make recommendations on improving initiatives and identifying areas for improving outcome documentation and tracking.