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Waikato Progress Indicators - Tupuranga Waikato

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These Waikato Progress Indicators (WPI) measure the Waikato region’s progress by identifying our current situation and trends across each of 32 key economic, environmental and social aspects. Together, these provide a ‘dashboard’ picture of the ‘health’ of the Waikato region and the wellbeing and quality of life of its people and communities.

Initially we’ve gathered and summarised information from 2001 to 2013/14, with a particular focus on the years since 2006/2007. We can use this now (and add to it as this project develops) to help us to identify which aspects we are doing well in; where we need to improve; and how changes in one aspect are linked with or affected by changes in others. So, are we on track?

The WPI ‘scorecard’ shows trends for each of the 32 Waikato Progress Indicators. Use it to view our region’s progress. 

Measures our societal and environmental progress in the Waikato region, as well as growth in our regional economy.

    • Summary reports

      Waikato Progress Indicators (WPI) – Tupuranga Waikato - This summary report provides an overview of the results of the Waikato Progress Indicators – Tupuranga Waikato (WPI) monitoring programme.

      Development of the Waikato Progress Indicators (WPI) - This report summarises the results from research undertaken throughout 2013-14 as part of the development of the Waikato Progress Indicators (WPI) programme.

    • Progress in our region

Shares stories on working and living in the Waikato region and finds out about the impact of economic, social and environmental factors in each of our lives.

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