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Disability-inclusive development is a priority for Australia’s international engagement. This strategy – Development for All 2015-2020: Strategy for strengthening disability-inclusive development in Australia’s aid program – responds to the agenda set out in DFAT’s development policy, and aims to promote improved quality of life of...
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...
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...
There is a clear rationale for Australia to continue supporting Vanuatu’s transport sector in light of its strategic value and effectiveness. Australia’s support is highly valued, highly visible and provides an opportunity to engage in strategic discussions.
This white paper on Australia’s overseas aid program will direct the delivery of aid over the next ten years. It outlines how the government will approach the projected doubling of Australia’s aid budget from its 2004 level to around $4 billion annually by 2010, as...
In the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, independent operational evaluations focus on individual aid investments. These evaluations are generally managed by DFAT's country and regional programs.
This Review of Operational Evaluations examined 35 such evaluations completed in 2014. It is the second Review...