Partnerships

Our partnerships

We support sustainable and inclusive business partnerships to fuel COVID-19 economic recovery and drive the transition to a greener economy.

Funding

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Total funding

$ 40,458,799

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DFAT contribution

$ 14,608,453

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Partner contribution

$ 25,850,346

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This partnership brings together Tongan agribusiness Nishi Trading and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to increase productivity of existing root crop exports and add new value-added product lines. Nishi Trading will build a cool storage facility, benefiting farmers through less product…

  • BPP Funding Round: Round 3
  • Country: Tonga
  • Sector: Agriculture, Manufacturing

This partnership brings together social enterprise Laos Buffalo Dairy (LBD), the Northern Agriculture and Forestry College (NAFC), the Provincial Health Department (PHD)  and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to promote the regeneration of buffalo herds in Laos to improve rural livelihoods….

  • BPP Funding Round: Round 3
  • Country: Laos
  • Sector: Agriculture, Education and Health

This partnership brings together social enterprise Kokonut Pacific Solomon Islands (KPSI), World Vision, and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to increase farmer incomes through improving their cocoa yield and quality. The partners will support better solar drying processes, provide training/mentorship and…

  • BPP Funding Round: Round 3
  • Country: Solomon Islands
  • Sector: Agriculture

A partnership to scale a renewable bio-ethanol fuel solution for household cooking in Kenya. Context Most households in sub-Saharan Africa cook with firewood and charcoal. Charcoal markets in Africa drive 2 million hectares of deforestation and 1bn tons of GHG emissions annually. Indoor-air-pollution from dirty…

  • BPP Funding Round: Round 3
  • Country: Kenya
  • Sector: Resources and Clean Energy

This partnership brings together Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI) with Nepali microfinance institutions (MFIs) and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to develop housing microfinance (HMF) products. The pro-poor, climate and disaster-aware housing improvements are designed specifically for low-income women living in…

  • BPP Funding Round: Round 3
  • Country: Nepal
  • Sector: ICT/Financial Inclusion

This partnership brings FrieslandCampina Engro Pakistan and Engro Foundation together with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to improve productivity for female-run smallholder dairy farms in Punjab, Pakistan. FrieslandCampina Engro Pakistan, the second largest dairy producer in Pakistan, aims to scale its…

  • BPP Funding Round: Round 3
  • Country: Pakistan
  • Sector: Agriculture

This partnership brings together technology start-up JupViec, Lien Viet Post Bank, CARE and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to increase wellbeing of urban migrants by providing access to formal financial services and jobs. The partners are collaborating on the Urban Migrant…

  • BPP Funding Round: Round 3
  • Country: Vietnam
  • Sector: ICT/Financial Inclusion

This partnership brings together Best Tropical Fruits (BTF), a private Kenyan company, and Machakos County Mango Value Chain Association (MCMVCA), a farmer’s association, along with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to increase incomes of smallholder mango farmers in Machakos, Kenya. BTF…

  • BPP Funding Round: Round 3
  • Country: Kenya
  • Sector: Agriculture, Manufacturing

This partnership will allow for increased and improved access to a full range of digital financial services to those who lack access to traditional banking services, accelerating economic opportunities for low-income households and women-led microenterprises.

  • BPP Funding Round: Round 1
  • Country: Vietnam
  • Sector: ICT/Financial Inclusion

This partnership provided training to 54,000 cotton farmers in Pakistan, supporting them to improve their farming practices and, with that, their profitability. Through its investment, the BCI gained a better foothold in the world’s fourth largest cotton producer and further built the commercial viability of the Better Cotton Standard. Cotton Australia provided its expertise on the back of Australia’s recent accreditation under the BCI.

  • BPP Funding Round: Round 1
  • Country: Pakistan
  • Sector: Agriculture

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