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This report assesses the performance and results of the Australian aid program in 2013-14.
The report:Provides an update on progress towards the 10 strategic targets for the aid program; Summarises the performance and results of country and regional...
Assesses the degree to which the investment by the Australian aid program into research has been appropriate, effective and efficient, and provides recommendations for improving DFAT’s future management of research investment.
The report examined Australia’s support for service systems in decentralised contexts - the evaluation focussed on the health, education and infrastructure (water, sanitation and roads) sectors.
Public services have been decentralised in most countries where Australia provides aid. This means Australia,...
The Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) policy allows the horticulture and viticulture industries to recruit workers from overseas - mostly from the Pacific Islands - for seasonal work when there are not enough New Zealand workers. Under the scheme employers can bring in up to 9,000...
This paper presents statistical data describing Australia's trade and investment with APEC through 2013.
This publication is part of a geographic set of trade publications released annually by DFAT. It presents statistical data describing Australia's trade and investment with APEC through...
These two charters present key information on the Federal Government's Economic Diplomacy initiative, which involves using Australia's international diplomatic assets to advance national and global prosperity.
Australia's prosperity is more connected than ever to developments in the global economy. Our trade...
This report details the committee’s inquiry activities in relation to cross-border health issues including tuberculosis, malaria, and sexually transmitted diseases.
It also examines other regional health issues including the rise of non-communicable diseases such as Type 2 diabetes; the health impacts of climate change;...
This report identifies the way the region's physical and geographical characteristics combine with limited human and technological capacity to reduce the ability of states to undertake day-to-day policing and respond effectively to large scale breakdowns in law and order.
The committee finds that there...
The Republic of Fiji Islands (Fiji) held its last legislative elections in May 2006. Commodore Voreque (Frank) Bainimarama came to power in a military coup on 5 December 2006 by deposing the elected government of Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase. This was Fiji’s fourth coup since...
Pacific Economic Survey 2008 is the first of a series of annual surveys that will provide an overview and update of economic developments in the Pacific island region and Timor-Leste. Each survey will also include separate chapters on particular issues of importance to the region....