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Our Strategic Plan 2024-2028

Our Strategic Plan 2024-2028

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We’re pleased to share our 2024-2028 Strategic Plan which represents the second of three chapters of our Towards 2032 Strategic Direction.

Many challenges over the past four years such as the COVID-19 pandemic and extreme weather events have taught us to be resilient and adapt - themes that are reflected in this plan. The long-term outcomes and goals identified in our 2032 Strategic Direction still ring true. This strategy represents an evolution, building on the positive momentum we’ve seen across a number of key performance areas since 2020.

In summary, our focus remains on maintaining and growing the physical activity levels of tamariki and rangatahi. We also want to provide more opportunities and better experiences to groups that are currently missing out and doing less, such as disabled people, women and girls and Māori.

Importantly, this is the first time in which we have outlined a combined strategic intent for the Sport NZ Group – reflecting Sport NZ and High Performance Sport NZ. This outlines how both organisations, working in different but connected ways, contribute to wellbeing across the entire physical activity and sport pathway.

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Note: Sport NZ Group Strategy overview is best printed as a double sided A3 to be folded in three

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