This strategy has deliberately avoided the inclusion of detailed statistics. Instead it relies on previous scoping and development work to identify issues and priorities. The strategy has listed those key indicators which will be used to monitor each priority area.
This monitoring will form part of each pathway team’s reporting process to the Council. As well as updating the indicators, each team will report on progress toward actions within their pathway action plans.
The entire strategy will be reviewed after five years, at which time a further public endorsement of the direction of the strategy will be sought, as well as a mandate for the continued role of the Dunedin City Council in delivering social wellbeing outcomes for the city.
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