Our aid focuses on 12 investment priorities that match New Zealand's strengths with opportunities for development in our partner countries. We also invest in international aid organisations.

Investment priorities

 

Investment priorities 
 

 

Funding for international organisations

International organisations that received more than $500,000 from the New Zealand Aid Programme in 2013-14:

United Nations agencies

 
International Fund for Agricultural Development $ 1.5 million
Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs $ 5.0 million 
Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights $ 3.0 million
UNAIDS $ 1.5 million
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) $ 6.0 million
United Nations Development Programme  $ 8.0 million
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees $ 6.0 million
United Nations Mine Action Service $ 1.5 million
UNEP - Montreal Protocol $ 0.6 million
United Nations Population Fund  $ 6.0 million
United Nations Relief and Works Agency  $ 1.0 million
UN Women  $ 2.5 million
World Food Programme $ 6.0 million

International financial institutions

 
Asian Development Fund  $ 10.4 million
International Development Association  $ 19.14 million
Multilateral Debt Relief Initiative  $ 1.6 million

Commonwealth agencies

 
Commonwealth Fund for Technical Cooperation $ 3.0 million
Commonwealth of Learning $ 0.8 million
Commonwealth Small States Offices $ 0.5 million

Other agencies

 
Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research $ 7.5 million
International Committee of the Red Cross $ 2.5 million
International Planned Parenthood Federation  $ 2.5 million

How we work with international organisations