The SOSIN research project envisages five major outcomes as outlined below:
- Greater and systematic use of dis aggregated data by the national government and international development agencies, to better understand, plan and monitor the status of gender equality and social inclusion;
- Institutionalization of methodologies relevant for assessing social inclusion, in particular, creating a necessary condition for the adoption of a National Survey on Social Inclusion by the Government;
- Healthy and productive public debate on social inclusion to recognize the critical importance of inclusion in governance, economic growth and development;
- A nuanced understanding of earthquake recovery and resilience capacity, and the causes and consequences of exclusion in governance; and
- Contribution to support a new generation of social science researchers for high quality empirical research.