Australian High Commission Wellington - Direct Aid Program (DAP)

The Australian Government’s Direct Aid Program (DAP) is a flexible small grants program funded from Australia’s aid budget and managed through Australia’s diplomatic missions. 
The program focuses on supporting small-scale developent projects and activities where the recipients are directly involved in identification, design and management of the projects.  Further information about DAP is available here [hyperlink location:]

This year, the Australian High Commission in Wellington is accepting applications from the Cook Islands and Niue.  Applications are welcomed for individual projects of up to NZ$10,000.

How do you apply for a Direct Aid Program Grant?
Complete all the sections of either the Niue or Cook Islands application form (depending on where you are applying from) and submit it to the Australian High Commission in Wellington [Linked to the DAP email].  Make sure you complete the application form as we cannot consider incomplete application forms.

Contact details for the DAP administrator at the Australian High Commission can be found in the application form.

Please read the application carefully.  You may need to attach additional information, such as project approval from relevant schools, quotes for equipment, construction plans and additional budget details.

What we may fund:
 •            address one or more of our DAP target areas (health, education, building resilience in the community, supporting women, girls, and those with a disability)
•             have easily achievable outcomes
•             support good governance
•             focus on participation-based activities
•             build the capability of local organisations or individuals
•             are valued up to a maximum of NZ$10,000

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