COVID-19 Recovery Partnerships

Through the Business Partnerships Platform (BPP), the Australian Government is calling for inclusive business partnerships to help support COVID-19 recovery. The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in widespread economic impact across the Indo-Pacific. People are losing their livelihoods and businesses have been disrupted. The BPP’s COVID-19 Recovery Partnerships will help businesses to create livelihood opportunities, enhance gender equality and support green and resilient economic recovery.

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BPP Vietnam Call for Green Recovery Partnerships (applications closed 8 February 2021)
BPP Fiji Call for Partnerships (applications closed 8 December 2020)
BPP Regional Call for Partnerships Bangladesh, Nepal, Philippines, Timor-Leste and Tonga (applications closed 4 November 2020)
BPP Sri Lanka Call for Partnerships (applications closed 4 November 2020)
BPP Samoa Call for Partnerships (applications closed 12 October 2020)

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Applications closed on 12 October 2020.  The Australian Government called for inclusive business partnerships to create development impact and support COVID-19 economic recovery efforts in Samoa. The COVID-19 global health pandemic has resulted in widespread impact for countries and economies across the Indo-Pacific. People are…

  • Country: Samoa
  • Sector: Economic Recovery, Health Security, Stability

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