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An initiative of the Australian Government
An initiative of the Australian Government
About the AAPF
The Australian Government established the Australia-Africa Partnerships Facility (AAPF) in 2010 to support capacity building efforts of partner governments and institutions in Africa.

The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade manages the AAPF.

The AAPF's goal is to develop partnerships between Australia and African countries and institutions that contribute to achieving African development objectives.

To attain this goal, the AAPF seeks to:
  • build effective partnerships for the sustainable achievement of African development priorities; and
  • build and promote effective working relationships between Australian and African governments and institutions.
Activities primarily focus on agriculture and food security, mining governance and public policy - sectors in which Australia has significant experience and expertise. Facility activities include: training; study tours; secondments and other professional development assignments; joint research; and short- and long-term advisory support.
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An AusID initiative managed by Cardno Emerging Markets (Australia) Pty Ltd
Cardno Emerging Markets (Australia) Pty Ltd
manages the AAPF on behalf of the Australian Government.