Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade - Australia

2022-23 Direct Aid Program in Papua New Guinea

Last update: Oct 4, 2022 Last update: 04 Oct, 2022

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Location: Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
Contracting Authority Type: Government / Public Sector
Status: Closed
Budget: AUD 60,000
Award ceiling: 15,000
Award floor: 4,000
Sector: Environment & NRM, Social Development, Human Rights
Eligible applicants: NGOs
Eligible nationalities: Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
Date posted: 04 Oct, 2022

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Deadline Date: 28-Oct-2022 The Australian High Commission Papua New Guinea is seeking applications for the Direct Aid Program (DAP). The DAP aims to support small-scale projects with a strong development focus that complements Australia’s broader aid prog
Deadline Date: 28-Oct-2022 The Australian High Commission Papua New Guinea is seeking applications for the Direct Aid Program (DAP). The DAP aims to support small-scale projects with a strong development focus that complements Australia’s broader aid prog. Deadline Date: 28-Oct-2022 The Australian High Commission Papua New Guinea is seeking applications for the Direct Aid Program (DAP). The DAP aims to support small-scale projects with a strong development focus that complements Australia’s broader aid prog. Deadline Date: 28-Oct-2022 The Australian High Commission Papua New Guinea is seeking applications for the Direct Aid Program (DAP). The...
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