Social Bonds are about new and innovative ways of funding that move beyond traditional grants and contracts.
Ministry of Health and Treasury are currently exploring what types of social bond mechanisms the government may like to consider for the New Zealand context. This work builds on the various initiatives already underway overseas. By June 2013 a report will be prepared for Cabinet outlining what social bond mechanisms could be suited to the New Zealand market.
The Social Bond seminar, bought to you by ANGOA (Association of NGO's of Aotearoa) Ministry of Health and Treasury, gives you an opportunity to learn more about social bonds, hear from Treasury what is currently being considered, ask questions and give your feedback.
The seminar is designed for community organisations who are interested in understanding and exploring social bonds.
Registration is essential as places will be limited. To register please click on register now.
If you wish to learn more then contact Megan Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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ANGOA (Association of NGOs of Aotearoa)
ANGOA is a unique network of organisations from across the range of NGOs in Aotearoa New Zealand including national, regional and local groups.
ANGOA facilitates NGO networking around issues of common concern with a particular emphasis on strengthening relationships across the sector and between the sector and government.
ANGOA disseminates information as part of its effort to strengthen the Community and Voluntary Sector in Aotearoa New Zealand.