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An effective aid program for Australia: making a real difference - delivering real results

This is the Australian Government's response to the Independent Review of Aid Effectiveness. The purpose of this document, entitled An Effective Aid Program for Australia, is to outline the Government's response to the Independent Review and set out the Government's overall aid strategy through to...

Migration and development in the Pacific Islands: lessons from the New Zealand experience

This study investigates New Zealand's experience with migration from Pacific countries. It updates a similar study by the same two authors in 1995.

Papua New Guinea - Australia development cooperation strategy 2006-2010

This AusAid strategy aims to help Papua New Guinea reduce poverty and promote sustainable development. The strategy aims to reflect a genuine partnership between Papua New Guinea and Australia, a partnership driven by Papua New Guinea ownership and leadership.

Gender equality in Australia's aid program - why and how

The employment of women has done more to encourage global growth than increases in capital investment and productivity improvements. Advancing gender equality is essential to reducing poverty and increasing the effectiveness of aid. Gender equality is a critical development goal in its own right. This...

Pacific 2020: challenges and opportunities for growth

Pacific 2020 highlights major challenges facing the Pacific, Papua New Guinea and East Timor in the next 15 years. It emphasises the importance of economic growth to surmount these problems and provides practical policy options in nine key sectors to maximise growth. The report was...