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The Asian Peoples Strategy

New Zealand’s population is changing rapidly in ethnic makeup. The fastest growth is in the number of people with Asian ethnicity living in New Zealand. This growth is reflected in the 47% increase in Asian new baby cases in Plunket between 2006 and 2012. The 2013 Census recorded Asian as the third largest ethnic group in New Zealand making up 11.8% of the population (behind NZ European at 74% and Māori at 14.9%). In recognition of this growth the Plunket National Board set a goal for the organisation to ‘explore and define an Asian strategy and Asian models of care’ in the organisation. This strategy describes how this will be achieved over the coming five years.

The Asian Peoples Strategy is based on the discussions we have had with service users, Asian community groups, relevant agencies, and Plunket staff.

The Asian Peoples Strategy (PDF, 5MB)
The Asian Peoples Strategy – Executive Summary (PDF, 2MB)
The Asian Peoples Strategy – Executive Summary (Chinese) 中文 (PDF, 605KB)
The Asian Peoples Strategy – Executive Summary (Korean) 한국어 (PDF, 460KB)
The Asian Peoples Strategy – Executive Summary (Hindi) हिन्दी (PDF, 465KB)

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