The mission of the New Zealand Aid Programme is to support sustainable development in developing countries, in order to reduce poverty and to contribute to a more secure, equitable, and prosperous world. To deliver its mission, the aid programme focuses on applying New Zealand's strengths and expertise in development contexts, has clear priorites, and works in partnerships.
Read about how the New Zealand Aid Programme uses New Zealand's strengths to ensure development excellence.
Read about the New Zealand Aid Programme's focus on sustainable economic development and other priorities.
Read about New Zealand's development partnerships with developing countries, donor countries and organisations.
See the New Zealand Aid Programme framework, which shows the specific country, region, sector and thematic programmes that make up the overall programme.
The New Zealand Aid programme tools are designed to guide good practice and process in managing aid programmes and activities. The tools include operational policy, process diagrams, guidelines,...