Australian Humanitarian Partnership

The Australian Humanitarian Partnership (AHP) is a new five-year (2017-2022), $50-million partnership between the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and Australian NGOs that aims to save lives, alleviate suffering and enhance human dignity during and in the aftermath of conflict, disa

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Pacific Risk Resilience Program: Fiji, Solomon Islands, Tonga and Vanuatu

The Pacific Islands are highly vulnerable to natural disasters and the risks posed by climate change because of their size, isolation and their narrow economic bases.

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Tropical Cyclones

Humanitarian Partnership Agreement: CARE Australia In Partnership with Live & Learn Environmental Education Tropical Cyclone Winston (Fiji) Response

Tropical Cyclone Winston was the strongest cyclone ever recorded in the Southern Hemisphere.

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WASH Recovery & Resilience in Tonga

The two-year project ‘WASH Recovery and Resilience in Tonga’ supports post-cyclone WASH recovery and resilience efforts in the worst impacted areas in four districts in Eastern Tongatapu and ‘Eua (Tatakamotonga, Lapaha, ‘Eua Motu’a and ‘Eua Fo’ou). The project aims to improve health, gender equity and resilience for 35 Tongan communities.
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