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Development assistance in Sri Lanka

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Collaboration opportunities in Sri Lanka

Collaboration opportunities in Sri Lanka

Tender and grant opportunities

There are many ways to become involved in Australia's development cooperation with Sri Lanka and with other developing countries.


See the AusTender website for opportunities in Sri Lanka.


Direct Aid Program

The Direct Aid Program is a small grant scheme that partners with various organisations to support projects which directly contribute to the welfare and the income-generating capacity of poor or disadvantaged groups, or enhance the long-term productivity and sustainability of the physical environment.

Find out more about the Direct Aid Program

Government Partnerships for Development (GPFD)

The GPFD will facilitate partnerships in support of Australia's official development assistance (ODA) objectives between Australian public sector organisations–Commonwealth, state and territory government agencies and public universities–and their counterparts in Australian ODA-recipient partner countries. Under the GPFD, funding will be provided through an annual competitive funding process to eligible Australian public sector organisations.

The GPFD replaces the Public Sector Linkages Program (PSLP). PSLP Activities in Indonesia will continue to be implemented until 2015, however no new rounds will be offered.

Find out more about the Government Partnerships for Development (GPFD)

Australia Awards Fellowships

Fellowships grants are available for short-term study, research, and professional attachment programs in Australia delivered by Australian organisations. Fellowships target current and emerging leaders from the Asia-Pacific region and foster existing linkages between community, civil society, private sector, research, academia and Australian government agencies. Applications are sought and assessed on a competitive basis from Australian organisations.

Find out more about Australia Awards Fellowships

Last Updated: 13 October 2014
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