Regional and global programs in Vietnam

Overview

In addition to our bilateral partnership, Australia is addressing development challenges through regional and global approaches and by harnessing the expertise of other Australian government departments.

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Regional programs

2018-19 Budget Estimate $10.42 million

Regional programs helps countries, including Vietnam, implement coordinated responses to cross-border challenges. The ASEAN and Mekong Program is enabling regional economic cooperation and inclusive growth, and strengthening regional responses to trafficking and the exploitation of migrant workers, including for Vietnam.

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Global programs

2018-19 Budget Estimate $10.21 million

Vietnam benefits from Australia's partnerships with multilateral donors such as the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank, United Nations agencies as well as health, education and environment programs. Core funding from the Australian Government enables these large organisations to have a broader reach and implement a range of methods to deliver development outcomes in the region.

Other programs enable Australian volunteers, youth, businesses, academics and higher education organisations to support Vietnam's development.

Australia supports partnerships between NGOs in Australia and Vietnam. Under these partnerships, non-government organisations including CARE, ChildFund, World Vision, Caritas and Plan Australia are supported to work with local Vietnamese partners in areas ranging from disaster preparedness and child protection, to activities that expand water and sanitation services and increase agricultural production.

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Direct Aid Program

The Direct Aid Program (DAP) is a small grants program administered by the Australian Embassy in Hanoi. The Direct Aid Program is a flexible program that aims to advance developmental objectives and address humanitarian challenges in developing countries, including Vietnam, while at the same time fulfilling Australia’s international relations and public diplomacy objectives.

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Other government department programs

Budget Estimate $5.2 million in 2018-19

Other Australian and State and Territory government departments and agencies play an important role in the delivery of Australia's aid program, including to Vietnam.

The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research works with local organisations and farmers in Vietnam to improve crop yields and to adapt farming systems to the impacts of climate change.

Australian government departments that provide assistance to Vietnam include the Department of Education and Training, Home Affairs and the Australian Federal Police. The Department of Education and Training provides opportunities to undertake study, research and professional development in Australia through the Endeavour Leadership Program. Home Affairs provides management training through the Border Control Agency Management Programme (BCAMP) and technical skills training to improve Vietnam's capacity to independently manage its borders. The Australian Federal Police has supported the Vietnamese police through capacity building activities and training.

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Last Updated: 5 March 2019