The New Zealand Aid Programme is the New Zealand Government's international aid and development programme managed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.


The New Zealand Partnerships for International Development Fund seeks to harness the potential of New Zealand organisations to work with local partners to create ongoing benefits for developing countries. The Partnerships Fund is contestable, and open to organisations across sectors to support a wide range of activities and themes.
Partnerships Fund
The world is changing - so must humanitarian action. As part of the World Humanitarian Summit Pacific Consultations, views were sought from across the Pacific on humanitarian action in the region: what are our challenges, what currently works well, and what can be improved.  A Pacific Consultation meeting in June 2015 was one of eight regional consultations being organised by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian...
World Humanitarian Summit
Tropical Cyclone Pam has caused significant damage in the Pacific. New Zealand is supporting the response and recovery contributing over $3.5m in emergency relief across five countries. The majority of our response has been allocated to Vanuatu who were most affected by the disaster.
Cyclone Pam Response
Tropical Cyclone Pam caused significant damage in the Pacific. We have been supporting the response...
Fairtrade ANZ launched its Good Governance Training Module for Small Farmer Organisations in Goroka, Papua New Guinea, in late 2014. The training was designed in collaboration with Pacific farmers, and focuses on good governance practices such as transparency and accountability.
Sakabo Melong Pacific Farmer
A farmer at the Fairtrade ANZ Good Governance Training Module in Goroka in the PNG highlands. Photo...
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