Australian Agency for Int. Development (AUSAID)


AUSAID - Australian Agency for International Development

AUSAID (Australian Agency for International Development) is the Australian Government's overseas aid programme providing grant assistance to NGOs (and the government and other institutions) for purposes of reducing poverty and achieving sustainable development, in line with Australia's national interest. The themes addressed by the aid programme include:

    • Economic growth

    • Education

    • Environment

    • Gender

    • Governance

    • Health

    • Human rights

    • Infrastructure

    • Regional stability

    • Rural development and water

The aid programme is present is almost all the developing regions of the world including South and East Asia, the Pacific, Africa and the Middle East. Its NGO funding scheme includes the Direct Aid Program (DAP) and Small Activities Scheme (SAS) for organizations in developing countries, other than the direct funding support to Australian NGOs.

The contact information of AUSAID is:

255 London Circuit

Canberra ACT 2601


Tel: +61 2 6206 4000

Fax: +61 2 6206 4880



The NGOs / NPOs Consultants



Geo. Coverage: Asia, Africa and Europe

IMPORTANT: Please do not send unsolicited emails seeking funding support to donor agencies. This will discredit your organization and can also bring bad reputation to you as an individual. Fundraising is a competitive process and you need to follow ethics and not spam donor emails with long, unrelated requests for grant support. If you just keep sending emails seeking support without knowing your donor, your chances of raising funds for your NGO will be drastically reduced and you may be blacklisted as a spammer.