A government agency responsible for public safety:

Preparedness Program Evaluation and Research.



The client did not have an evidence base for the preparedness programs’ content or execution.



Motivf identified current literature that supported preparedness programming and identified gaps where the programs could be strengthened based on evidence.



Motivf delivered 8 comprehensive literature reviews in-brief outlining evidence pertaining to the preparedness programs of the client.


How we did it



Motivf created criteria and performed a literature analysis of preparedness research. This research was synthesized into literature reviews in-brief and additional evidence-based recommendations were made based on programmatic gaps.



“With the focus moving to an evidence-based approach in all aspects of programing, it is important to document current research that is being used to uphold and make the programs better.”