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Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID)
manages the majority of Australia’s overseas aid program. The purpose of the Australian aid program is to help people overcome poverty. Through AusAID, the Australian Government provides development assistance to 75 countries guided by five core strategic goals of saving lives, opportunities for all, sustainable economic development, effective governance, and humanitarian and disaster response. We focus our efforts in areas where Australia can make the biggest difference and where our resources can most effectively and efficiently be deployed.
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Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR)
operates as part of Australia's Aid Program within the portfolio of Foreign Affairs and Trade. It contributes to the aid program objectives of advancing Australia's national interest through poverty reduction and sustainable development.
The Direct Aid Program
The Direct Aid Program (DAP) is a flexible, small grants scheme for development activities managed by Heads of Australian Missions in approximately 45 countries. The emphasis of the program is on alleviating basic humanitarian hardships.
The Human Rights Grant Scheme
The Human Rights Grant Scheme provides small grants to in-country organisations (primarily non-government) for activities aimed at promoting and protecting human rights in a direct and tangible way.