Good Shepherd New Zealand

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Good Shepherd NZ supports better futures for women and girls experiencing disadvantage.

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Good Shepherd New Zealand supports better futures for women and girls experiencing disadvantage.

We work with a number of key partners in New Zealand to assist people who face challenges brought about by social and economic exclusion, isolation, violence in the home and financial insecurity.

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Good Shepherd New Zealand’s purpose is to support better futures for women and girls experiencing disadvantage. We work in the areas of financial and social inclusion, including domestic microfinance.

The Good Shepherd Sisters have been assisting women and girls experiencing disadvantage in New Zealand since 1886, and Good Shepherd New Zealand was established in 2012 to continue and build on that work.

Internationally, Good Shepherd has been committed and mobilised for nearly 200 years, going to some of the most challenging places around the world to work for social change. Currently the Good Shepherd network has a presence in more than 70 countries, and Good Shepherd International has Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations for its work with women and girls.

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  • Steven

    Steven on 08 Oct 2019



  • Elizabeth

    Elizabeth on 06 Oct 2019


    I read about your work in the Otago Daily Times. It's magnificent, and so necessary.


    • Good Shepherd New Zealand

      Many thanks for your donation. We are very excited to be able to now be providing this service in Otago.

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