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 their quality of life. The Partnerships Fund has been established to harness the expertise and innovation of New Zealand charitable, other not-for-profit, private sector and state sector organisations in the delivery of aid activities in developing countries.
The Partnerships Fund application process
All non-government and private sector applicants must be accredited to apply to the Partnerships Fund. The accreditation application form is available here. Applicants should allow up to four weeks for their accreditation application to be processed.
Before making a decision to apply to the Partnerships Fund, please read the full Partnerships Fund guidelines. The guidelines provide detailed information about who may apply to the fund, the scope and priorities of the fund, and the application process.
The Partnerships and Funds Team at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade would like to advise that the next workshop will be held in early 2015. The workshop will be an opportunity for new and existing partners in the state, non-government and private sector to engage with us on working in development with the New Zealand Aid Programme.
A Partnerships Fund Round Four Design workshop was held in Wellington on 3 July 2014 to support partners with developing activity design documents. The following presentations were given at the workshop.
We encourage organisations considering applying to the fund to get in touch with the Partnerships and Funds Team at an early stage to discuss their proposed concept. Please email us via email@example.com. Organisations should also utilise their own New Zealand and in-country networks to identify and discuss the concept with relevant stakeholders.
We are also able to review draft concept applications and provide high level feedback. Drafts should be in close to final stage format, including a completed high level budget section. Please submit a draft to us as early as possible – by 3 September 2014 for applications to Round 5 of the fund. Please note that decisions are made by the independent IDASP panel and this support will not necessarily lead to an application’s success.
6 August, 5pm close-off date for receipt of accreditation prior to round 5
3 September, 5pm close-off date for receipt of draft concept note applications for feedback prior to round 5
17 September, 5pm closing date for round 5 Partnerships Fund applications
Early December all applicants advised of round 5 outcome
For any queries please contact the Partnerships and Funds team on firstname.lastname@example.org