|03/05/2016||ACIAR and the 2016-17 Federal Budget||
The 2016-17 Commonwealth Budget, presented on 3 May 2016, has allocated $103.5m to ACIAR to improve the productivity, sustainability and profitability of agricultural systems, through international agricultural research and training partnerships, and the empowerment of women and girls. ACIAR works in Australia’s national interest by contributing to economic growth and poverty reduction in the Indo-Pacific region. An additional $17.2m will be sourced from external funding partners, including DFAT.
|19/04/2016||Indonesian Ambassador visits UNE for new research and teaching announcements||
Indonesian Ambassador visits UNE for new research and teaching announcements
|13/11/2015||Pacific Agribusiness Research for Development Initiative – Vanuatu Event||
Vanuatu Pacific Agribusiness Research for Development Initiative (PARDI) Impact Workshop and Market Day
The Vanuatu PARDI Impact Workshop and Market Day is an opportunity to reflect on the past five years, to celebrate successes and build on shared learning in Vanuatu to help develop the next phase of agribusiness research and development in the Pacific.
|02/11/2015||Professor David Kemp receives prestigious Friendship Award by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang||
ACIAR would like to congratulate Professor David Kemp on receiving a prestigious Friendship Award from the Chinese Government for his contributions to China’s development.
|26/10/2015||Proceedings of the conference on conservation agriculture for smallholders in Asia and Africa. 7-11 December 2014, Mymensingh, Bangladesh||
The proceedings from an ACIAR-funded conference, ‘Conference on conservation agriculture for smallholders in Asia and Africa’ are now available online through Murdoch University.
The conference was held from 7 - 11 December 2014 in Mymensingh, Bangladesh.
|09/09/2015||Media Release - Policy Advisory Council 2015||
PRODUCTIVE PARTNERSHIPS IN RESEARCH FOR DEVELOPMENT
|02/07/2015||2015 Crawford Fund Fellowship, June 2015||
The 2015 Crawford Fund Fellowship has been awarded to Ms Aye Sandar Phyo from Myanmar. Ms Phyo is a Research Associate at the Asian Institute of Technology. She has a Master of Science (Regional and Rural Development Planning) from the Asian Institute of Technology in Thailand.
|30/06/2015||ACIAR launches Pacific edition of Partners||
Pacific edition of Partners in Research for Development magazine launched today in Fiji.
Partners is the flagship publication of the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR). Partners presents articles that put ACIAR research for development initiatives into perspective highlighting the important impact that agricultural research has on the lives of the people in our partner countries.
|22/06/2015||Media Release - Working together to support Pacific Agribusiness||
|05/06/2015||PARDI Impact Workshop & Market Day||
PARDI Impact Workshop and Market Day
The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) is hosting a two-day event marking the completion of the first phase of its Pacific Agribusiness Research for Development Initiative (PARDI).
What: PARDI Impact Workshop and Market Day
|28/05/2015||Nepal earthquake appeal||
The Nepal earthquake which occurred on 25 April killed more than 7,000 people and injured more than twice that number. Sindhu Palchok and Kabhre Palanchok—regions where Australian Government-funded forestry projects have operated for 30 years—are two of the most severely affected districts. Nepalese partners are in a state of shock.
|12/05/2015||ACIAR and the 2015-16 Federal Budget||
The 2015-16 Commonwealth Budget, presented on 12 May 2015, has allocated $91.7m to ACIAR to achieve more productive and sustainable agricultural systems for the benefit of developing countries and Australia through international agricultural research and training partnerships. An additional $25.2m will be sourced from external funding partners, including DFAT.
Details on the Full Budget can be found at the Government’s Budget website.
|20/03/2015||Foreign Minister launches Partners Magazine||
Partners in Research for Development Issue one 2015 launched by Ms Julie Bishop MP, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs.
|22/12/2014||Food Bowl comes to Timor-Leste||
The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) is excited to announce the screening of Food Bowl’s Timor-Leste episode on ABC Australia Plus Network, on Tuesday 24 December 2014 (Dili time – 5.30 pm, 8.30 pm, 11.30 pm)
‘Food Bowl’ is “about how agriculture, science and the art of farming come together to lift lives out of poverty ensuring a safe food future”.
|18/12/2014||Australia and Canada select five African research teams to improve food security||
The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) and Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC) announced five projects in eastern and southern Africa to address food security problems. The projects are funded through Cultivate Africa’s Future (CultiAF), a four-year, $15-million partnership between the two agencies. CultiAF supports innovative research on post-harvest systems, nutrition, and sustainable water use.