New Zealand Partnerships for International Development Fund

The New Zealand Partnerships for International Development Fund (Partnerships Fund) is a multi-sector contestable fund open to applications from non-government, state and private sector organisations to deliver development activities overseas. The Fund seeks to use specialist skills from across New Zealand and encourages innovative partnerships that will achieve sustainable development outcomes.

More about the Partnerships Fund
The objective of the Partnerships Fund is to support sustainable development in developing countries. This will be done by encouraging partnerships between New Zealand organisations and in-country partners. The Partnerships Fund is aligned with the strategic goals of the New Zealand Aid Programme and has a focus on sustainable economic development in the Pacific region.

To find out more about the Partnerships Fund, its scope, who is eligible, matched funding requirements and information about how to apply, read the New Zealand Partnerships for International Development Fund Summary Guidelines (PDF 212kb). Or contact Chris Day, chris.day@mfat.govt.nz, phone 04 439 8178.

Only applications from accredited organisations or state sector organisations will be accepted. If your organisation is not yet accredited and you intend to apply to the fund, please submit your Accreditation Application Form (Doc 204kb) as soon as possible.

Guidance on Developing a Results Framework (PDF 221KB)

Prior to making a decision to apply and completing your proposal, please read the full New Zealand Partnerships for International Development Fund Guidelines (PDF 412kb).

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