Social Wellbeing Agency / Toi Hau Tāngata
- The Social Wellbeing Agency considers issues facing New Zealanders that don’t fit neatly into the work of a single agency.
- Provides advice to decision-makers, and ensures whānau and communities are involved in, and benefit from, its work.
- Aims to achieve sustainable improvements for the wellbeing of New Zealanders.
- Under the mantle of the Public Service Commission.
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