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Australia is committed to working in partnership with the people of PNG to increase climate change action and disaster resilience across the country.
Safer, more reliable road transport networks linking people to population centres, markets, health facilities and schools are a top priority for PNG.
Eighty per cent of PNG’s population lives in rural and remote communities that rely on subsistence agriculture and artisan fishing.
As climate change impacts escalate, average temperatures in PNG are increasing and heat waves are lasting longer.
ver A$1 billion in climate finance is currently flowing to the Pacific, but almost all the skills to deliver these programs are sourced externally.
This report summarises the performance of Australia’s development program to Papua New Guinea from July 2018 to June 2019 against the Papua New Guinea
The 2019 review of the Governance Partnerships by the QTAG was focused on understanding and improving the quality of the work streams in the partnersh
The Australian Government has a longstanding collaboration with the Papua New Guinea Church Partnership Program (CPP), which is now going on 15 years.
The SDRMP was a 3 year, $3 million project that sought to assist the Government of PNG to strengthen its disaster risk management capacities.
Through Pacific Women, the Australian Government will spend approximately $58 million over 10 years on initiatives supporting women’s empowerment in P
In 2018 DFAT and Buk bilong Pikinini (BbP) agreed to undertake a formal evaluation of the organisation’s programs.
An independent evaluation was commissioned to provide stakeholders with a clear assessment of the progress of the JSS4D Program to date.
Papua New Guinea and Australia have a long history of cooperation in education and it forms a key aspect of the ongoing partnership.
Australia is committed to helping the people of Papua New Guinea (PNG) meet the challenge of climate change.
Papua New Guinea remains Australia’s largest aid investment globally, with an estimated total of $541.0 million for 2017-18.
Work is underway to lay high speed telecommunication cables from Australia to Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands, including a domestic network conne
This independent evaluation focussed on assessing the overall effectiveness of Australia’s electoral assistance to Papua New Guinea (PNG) from 2015-17
This evaluation study sought to assess outcomes and impacts that have occurred from the Oro Bridges Reconstruction Project in transport, agriculture,
The independent review of the PNG - Australia Governance Partnership by the Quality and Technical Assurance Group focussed on assessing the overall ef
On 19 October 2015, Australia, China and Papua New Guinea signed a Trilateral Cooperation on the Malaria Control Project (The Trilateral Malaria Proje
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