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5 November 2014
This report outlines the progress made in 2013-14 in both the program management and the development activities of Australian Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) funded under the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP).
The report provides an evidence-based assessment of the progress of the ANCP against Australia’s aid objectives and outlines proposals for management action. The report assesses the ANCP program during 2013-14, while development activity results and expenditure are drawn from 2012-13.
The ANCP recognises the unique strengths that Australian NGOs (ANGOs) bring to development activities and both complements and strengthens Australia’s overall efforts to alleviate poverty. For 40 years the Australian Government has provided funding through the ANCP to support development activities of accredited ANGOs that directly alleviate poverty in developing countries. The ANCP is well placed to support the Government’s new aid policy and effectively contribute to the investment priorities of Australia’s aid program.
Australian Non-Government Organisation Cooperation Program (ANCP) Aid Program Performance Report 2013-14 (PDF 512kb)
Australian Non-Government Organisation Cooperation Program (ANCP) Aid Program Performance Report 2013-14 (Word 639kb)
Category: About Australia
Topic: Aid and development research