Funding and contracts

The New Zealand Aid Programme has a range of funding and contracting opportunities to provide effective, sustainable aid in developing countries. These allow us to draw on expertise and technical skills from New Zealand and elsewhere, and build capacity and skills in developing countries.

All funding is in line with long-term strategies and priorities and is delivered through specific programmes and funds. The New Zealand Aid Programme does not provide one-off funding or sponsorship for individuals or organisations by request.

Pacific Technical Assisance (PacificTA) : Local Government Facility

PacificTA has been established under the aid programme to assist Pacific Island countries with technical expertise to develop and deliver appropriate solutions to service delivery at the local level.  This can relate to areas such as urban planning and development and planning and management of infrastructure including water, waste and landfill management.  PacificTA is managed by Local Government NZ.  Read more.

Our development investment should make a very real and positive difference for people in need, their families and communities in developing countries. We want to show measurable, positive changes to...
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Read about current tenders and guidelines for contractors, including tender processes and per diem rates.
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