- fewer cancers
- better survival
- equity for all.
Chief Executive Professor Diana Sarfati (appointed December 2019) is responsible for the work programme and is accountable directly to the Minister of Health. Find out more about Professor Diana Sarfati.
- An Advisory Council supports the leadership and ongoing direction of cancer control in New Zealand.
- Hei Āhuru Mowai, Māori Cancer Leadership Aotearoa, is a partner to the Agency and gifted the Māori name Te Aho o Te Kahu. This means the central thread (Te Aho) of the cloak (Te Kahu) and refers to the weaving together of all the people, organisations and services involved along the cancer continuum.
- The National Clinical Assembly (the Assembly) provides clinical advice and expertise to the Advisory Council and Chief Executive of Te Aho o Te Kahu. The Assembly includes cancer doctors, nurses, and other health professionals.
- A Consumer Reference Group is being established to ensure the voices of people living with cancer and their whanāu are heard.