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Development assistance: ASEAN and Mekong Program

Collaboration opportunities in the East Asia region

Collaboration opportunities in the East Asia region

Tender and grant opportunities


See the AusTender website for opportunities in the East Asia region.


Government Partnerships for Development (GPFD)

Government Partnerships for Development is a competitive funding program which provides funds to eligible Australian public sector organisations to support economic growth and poverty alleviation in developing countries in the Indian Ocean, Asia and Pacific Regions. GPFD funding is also available to assist developing countries to implement the development agendas of high-level intergovernmental organisations such as, but not limited to, the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum, Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), East Asia Summit (EAS), Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA), Pacific Islands Forum (PIFs), Secretariat of Pacific Community (SPC) and G20 initiatives supporting developing countries.

Find out more about the Government Partnerships for Development

Australia Awards Fellowships

Australia Awards Fellowships offer Australian organisations, from all sectors, the opportunity to deepen and broaden their links with leaders and professionals in developing countries. By providing opportunities for Fellows to undertake short term study and professional development in Australia, they aim to:

  • strengthen partnerships and links between Australian organisations and partner organisations in developing countries, in support of Australia's economic diplomacy and public diplomacy objectives
  • increase the capacity of developing countries to advance priority foreign affairs and development issues of shared interest at the country, sub-regional and regional levels.

Find out more about Australia Awards Fellowships

Last Updated: 3 October 2014
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