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Who receives Australian aid, how much, and why?

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Frame of Image llion to ODA in 2012-13 and AU$ 8 to AU$9 billion (0.5 percent of GNI) by 201617.
Recipients of Australian ODA
Major recipients of Aus ODA, 2012-13
Rank 1 Country Indonesia Population (est.) 242 million Amount (million) A$542
2 3
4 5 6 7 ?
Papua New Guinea Solomon Islands
Afghanistan Vietnam Philippines Timor-Leste Humanitarian assistance
7 million 0.5 million
35 million 88 million 95 million 1.2 million On needs basis
A$501 A$197
A$183 A$153 A$137 A$120 $??
AusAID Program of Activities
i. Humanitarian relief and supply of goods and services; ii. Rehabilitation of markets and the economy; iii. Investments in people – capacity building; and, iv. Promotion of regional stability and cooperation.
Example 1: Cocoa/Copra shed on Kangu Beach, Buin, Bougainville
230 meters
Building capacity & Knowledge sharing
1. Australian advisors (and Australian supplies) – questions of ‘boomerang aid’; 2. Australian Volunteers – the ‘Grey brigade’; 3. ACIAR (established in 1982) – commissions research into improving sustainable agriculture in developing countries; and, 4. PKOs – Bougainville, East Timor, Solomon Islands, etc
Leadership, Livelihoods, and L&O in fragile states
Conclusions
1. Top 12 recipients of Australia ODA are fragile states. 2. Australian aid focussed on rebuilding states and resuscitating their economies as the means to inducing development.
3. Much to be learnt on how best to assist fragile states.


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Title Who receives Australian aid, how much, and why?
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Chand, Satish

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[Canberra]:University of New South Wales

Date 2013
Event

Knowledge Sharing Program(KSP) Dissemination Seminar

Pages 15
Subject Country Australia(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Official Aid < Social Infrastructure
Official Aid < Production
Holding KDI; KDI School

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