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As a result some children miss out on the opportunities to be educated, healthy or nourished compared with their peers.The 2017 Child Poverty Monitor Technical Report provides the fifth consecutive annual report on indicators and implications of child poverty in New Zealand, and progress toward achieving selected SDGs that are relevant to children.The number and proportion of dependent 0–17 year olds living in income-poor households increased significantly between 19, and these figures remain high.The number and proportion of dependent 0–17 year olds living in households with the most severe income poverty have not declined since 2012.Very few international data sources provide AHC values, and BHC data are frequently used in international comparisons.0–17 year olds in households below the 60% income poverty threshold before housing costs (BHC) 0–17 year olds in households below the 60% income poverty threshold after housing costs (AHC) New Zealand Household Economic Survey via Perry 2017.Household income measures are available from data gathered in the Statistics New Zealand Household Economic Survey (NZHES).
This gives a low income threshold that rises and falls with changes in contemporary median incomes.
The right of all children to grow up to be healthy, strong, well-educated and capable of contributing to their societies underpins every international agreement to recognise and protect children’s rights.
Poverty interferes with the capacity of children to enjoy this right and for children in rich countries, relative poverty also perpetuates cycles of disadvantage and inequity.
The following measures were recommended by the Expert Advisory Group on Solutions to Child Poverty report.
The focus of this report is on AHC data; BHC data are also included to demonstrate the difference between the two values.This is a serious lack in official data to measure indicators of income poverty.