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Faiva Ora National Pasifika Disability Plan 2010-2013

Ministry of Health, New Zealand Country Resources Disability Strategies and Plans New Zealand 31 December 2010 Policy document community services

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The Faiva Ora National Pasifika Disability Plan sets out Government priority focus areas for Pacific disability 2010-2012.

The report looks at improving the training and career path for Pacific disability workers, ensuring support services meet the needs of Pacific disabled people and their families and increasing the number of services delivered locally in the community.


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