Social Investment is about improving the lives of
New Zealanders by applying rigorous and evidence-based investment practices to social services.
Mā te mahi tahi e tipu matomato ai ngā whānau o te Tairāwhiti.
United leadership that enables all whanāu to flourish in Tairāwhiti.
A place-based approach aims to address social issues that exist at the local level.
This approach is a collaborative process to address issues as they are experienced within a geographic area.
The place-based approach will build on the work social agencies and communities are doing to improve outcomes for vulnerable New Zealanders by providing the tools to help communities identify where their investments will have the most impact.
Social Investment puts the needs of people who rely on public services at the centre of decisions on planning, programmes and resourcing by:
The way in which these principles are implemented will vary, and may include: