One third of New Zealand children now live below the poverty line, a statistic that the country’s new leader has pledged to reduce

Jacinda Ardern, the prime minister elect of New Zealand, has announced she will take on the newly created role of minister for child poverty reduction.

Combating child poverty has been a lifelong cause for Ardern and is the reason she entered politics aged 17.

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