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Austrian Development Cooperation

Austrian Development Cooperation (ADC) supports countries in Africa, Asia, South Eastern and Eastern Europe as well as the Carribean in their sustainable development.

The Foreign Ministry (
FMEIA ) plans ADC strategies and programmes. The Austrian Development Agency ( ADA ), the operational unit of ADC, implements these together with public institutions, non-governmental organisations and enterprises.

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Austrian Development Cooperation commits 2,3 million Euro for new projects in the areas of energy, the environment and tourism in Bhutan.

Austria commits EUR 2,3 Million for new projects in Bhutan

Austrian Development Cooperation commits 2,3 million Euro for new projects in the areas of energy, the environment and tourism in Bhutan. more >>

Two project partners of the Austrian Development Agency have been awarded these days: Sport Sans Frontières and The Ideas Partnership. Both organisations are cooperating with ADA in Kosovo to support the Roma/Ashkali/Egyptian-minority.

Awarded Partners

Two project partners of the Austrian Development Agency have been awarded these days: Sport Sans Frontières and The Ideas Partnership. Both organisations are cooperating with ADA in Kosovo to support the Roma/Ashkali/Egyptian-minority. more >>

"Let us give hope to the young generations in landlocked developing countries by setting a course for sustainable economic development", says Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz.

Second United Nations Conference on Landlocked Developing Countries

"Let us give hope to the young generations in landlocked developing countries by setting a course for sustainable economic development", says Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz. more >>

IMAGE GALLERY 2014

Stephan Nunner and Erasmo Saraiva, Programme officers of the ADC office in Mozambique, attended the annual assembly of the organisation H3000 on 19 November in Mafambisse, Province of Sofala, and presented the work of the Austrian Development Cooperation in Mozambique. © ADA

ADA Managing director Martin Ledolter inaugurated the symposium for Jugend Eine Welt. Since 2004 Jugend Eine Welt has been implementing a rural development programme in Nepal and Mozambique, co-financed by the Austrian Development Cooperation. © Jugend Eine Welt

Cornelia Staritz of the Austrian Foundation for Development Research visited our colleagues in Mozambique and discussed the challenges and chances in the cotton sector of South Africa. © ADA

Halit Avdijaj, director of Agroproduct points proudly on the first bags filled with blue-violets mallow flowers, which are ready for distribution to Germany. A business partnership of the Austrian Development Cooperation in Kosovo makes it possible. © Fitim Selimi

10 years ADA - our colleagues in our foreign offices all over the world celebrated our birthday too! © ADA

The Second United Nations Conference on Landlocked Developing Countries will be held in Vienna from 3 to 5 November 2014. The Side Event Enhancing LLDC's Competitiveness: Private/Public Partnerships in Vocational Training is organised by Austria. © BMEIA

On the occasion of the Austrian National Holiday, thousands of visitors used the opportunity to get to know first-hand how their Foreign Ministry works. © BMEIA

The Austrian Development Agency implemented 3.000 Projects and 900 Million Euros the past 10 years – a reason to celebrate! © ADA/Frank Helmrich

Austrian Development Cooperation finances trainings for personnel and external social workers in Moldau in the framework of CONCORDIA. © ADA

The local, national and international cooperation play an important role to fight against Female Genital Mutilation, says Berhane Ras (Africa coalition) during a a book presentation in Vienna. & copy; ADA

Romania supports one of Austria's funded projects to combat cross-border crime with an amount of 50,000 Euro, to improve the data management of criminal cases. © mai.gov.md

 

 

FUNDING AND PUBLIC TENDERS

The Austrian Development Agency (ADA) is in charge of implementing all bilateral projects and programmes of the Austrian Development Cooperation (ADC). For this, ADA has various financing instruments at its disposal.

In priority countries and key regions, ADC contributes to implementing national development plans or regional strategies. Increasing use is made of the capacities in the partner countries themselves or programme-based approaches. In most cases funding agreements are concluded with partner country institutions and organisations. In addition programmes and projects can also be implemented by project executing agencies selected by means of calls to tender or an application procedure.

For all developing countries, ADA provides the following aid instruments:

  • NGO cooperation international finances projects and programmes of Austrian non-governmental organisations (NGOs) aiming at improving the conditions of life and development prospects of people in partner countries.
  • Humanitarian aid funds emergency measures in the event of disasters as well as disaster prevention and reconstruction projects in crisis regions.
  • Development communication and education in Austria promotes projects to raise the awareness of the Austrian population for development-policy issues and the global context.
  • Business partnerships support enterprises from Austria or the European Economic Area (EEA) that make long-term investments in developing countries and take active measures to improve the local social, ecological or economic environment.