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  • AUSTRALIAN AID INTRODUCTION
  • LESSON OBJECTIVES • By the end of this lesson you should be able to: • Identify the different types of Aid • Identify the Government Agency in charge of Australia’s foreign Aid. • Understand which countries and regions receive Australian Aid and why. • Understand what Australian foreign aid is spent on
  • WHAT IS INTERNATIONAL AID? • Assistance that governments of developed countries provide to developing countries for the purpose of encouraging economic growth and improvements in living standards. • (Kleeman et al 2012)
  • WHO IS IN CHARGE • AusAid (The Australian agency for international Development) controls where Australia’s aid is directed.
  • TYPES OF AID Bilateral Aid - From one government to another AusAid-Microfinance Manila (8min) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPw1xzjNEVc Multilateral Aid - Assistance provided by governments through international agencies such as the World Bank and the IMF - Ausaid funding through Unicef- Phippines (8mins) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQiCikv83gc Non Government Aid Aid provided by Non Government Organisations such as World Vision, Red Cross and many smaller NGO’s. Oxfam PNG water (3mins) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiyefHGKScE
  • HOW MUCH DO WE GIVE? • Australian Government currently gives $4.2 billion in aid. Is this a lot?
  • AID GIVEN TO NGO’S • The Australian people give $800 million per year. Is this a lot? Dog food 1.6 billion Gambling 16.9 billion
  • AIM • The fundamental aim of Australian Aid is to help people overcome poverty.
  • AUSTRALIAN INTERESTS • As clearly stated by AusAid, It also aims to serve Australia’s national interests. • It does this by promoting stability and prosperity both in the region and the wider world.
  • WHERE DOES AUSTRALIAN AID GO?
  • THE ASIA-PACIFIC
  • SOLOMON ISLANDS • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rh18GblFcfU