Our Reach

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The BPP has created 63 partnerships since 2016.
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The BPP has partnered with 147 organisations across the private sector, social business, NGOs and academic institutions.
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The BPP has partnered in 19 countries across Asia, Africa and the Pacific.
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BPP partnerships operate in 10 sectors or industries: agriculture; forestry; waste; ICT, financial services and inclusion; clean energy and resources; health, logistics and manufacturing; tourism; fisheries and education.

Achieving shared priorities

We support partnerships between the Australian Government and inclusive businesses to create both development impacts and sustainable commercial returns through core business operations.

Our partnerships support businesses that create sustainable impact by:

Creating new products and services to improve lives.

Improving the productivity, inclusivity, or sustainability of value chains.

Supporting the expansion of inclusive business practices.

Partner News

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New digital hub to stimulate methane reduction through sustainable rice cultivation

Gold Standard and the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) have released a new resource hub designed to encourage...

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Australia invests $2.5 million AUD to support the Mekong Delta in adapting to climate change

With a total new investment capital of 2,5 million AUD, the Australian government established relationships with 4 new...

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Empowering women entrepreneurs in Fiji through fintech

A new mobile payment acceptance solution is set to unlock the potential of women entrepreneurs in Fiji. Following a successful...

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New lab set to accelerate the early diagnosis of health conditions in Samoa

DNA and cancer testing will now be made possible in Samoa through the new Samoa Diagnostic Medical Laboratory at the Samoa...

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