Working with partner governments in developing countries ensures that our efforts are aligned with their development needs and strategic priorities.
Civil Society and Non-government organisations (NGOs) have gained a key position in the fight to reduce poverty in the world.
The New Zealand Aid Programme draws on expertise across New Zealand state sector agencies to deliver effective development programmes.
Multilateral agencies provide essential support to developing countries to help them meet a range of development and, as necessary, humanitarian needs.
Multilateral agencies provide developing...
Working with the Private SectorUnder the New Zealand Aid Programme a number of initiatives are underway working with the private sector in developing countries. New Zealand considers the private...
Read more about the New Zealand Aid Programme's partnerships with Pacific regional agencies.
A coordinated approach with other donor governments ensures that development efforts complement each other for the benefit of developing countries.
Quality research is an important component of effective aid. Good development research provides a practical evidence base upon which more effective policies and programmes can be built.