Trust funding rescues child poverty measurement plan

de Montalk, Jen
November 2013
New Zealand Doctor;11/6/2013, p8
The article reports that philanthropic organisation JR McKenzie Trust will be funding the annual child poverty monitoring and measuring in New Zealand through the partnership of the University of Otago and the Office of the Children's Commissioner. It highlights the update released by the expert advisory group of the commissioner of its "Solutions to Child Poverty in New Zealand" report. The significance of the annual child poverty updates is discussed.


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