Agriculture
Agriculture

Traceability Grants

Funder:  Federal – Agriculture

Grant Background: The Traceability Grants Program provides opportunities for successful applicants to conduct projects that will enhance the supply chain traceability systems and arrangements that support the export of our agricultural commodities.

The objectives of the program are to:

  • Support industry projects that will enhance our agricultural supply chain traceability systems, including developing and trialling technologies that digitise information flow.
  • Provide an advantage for our exporters in overseas markets to assist them in maintaining their competitive edge.
  • Increase opportunities to export Australian commodities.

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International
Business

Australia-India Council Grants

Funder:  Federal – Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Grant Background: The Australia-India Council (AIC) seeks to advance Australia’s foreign and trade policy interests by building awareness and understanding between the peoples and institutions of Australia and India.

The objectives of the AIC 2020 Grant Program are:

  • support continuity in people-to-people and institutional engagement between Australia and India during and following the COVID-19 pandemic, when restrictions on travel and social distancing will limit opportunities for face-to-face engagement and inward and outbound visits. In this context, the round will target online and other activities or forms of engagement that help bring people together through virtual means and build cross-cultural linkages, but do not require travel and are consistent with government restrictions in response to COVID-19. The round will also prioritise applications that directly contribute to the priority needs of India during and immediately following the COVID-19 pandemic;
  • raise awareness of Australia in India, and of India in Australia, in a way that encourages further growth in relations between the two countries, including in the trade and investment relationship;
  • promote exchange and collaboration between Australian and Indian organisations in fields of relevance to the bilateral economic partnership;
  • deliver high quality programs that demonstrate Australia’s economic credentials and technical excellence to influential audiences in India;
  • seek community involvement in, and private sector support for Australian engagement with India including by encouraging corporate investment in collaborations that advance Australia-India relations; and
  • promote examples of a successful bilateral relationship.

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Intenational
Business, Community

COALAR Special Grant Round 2020-2021

Funder:  Federal – Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Grant Background: The Council on Latin America (COALAR) grant round is part of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s international relations ongoing grants project.

The objectives of the program are to promote people-to-people links and a contemporary and positive image of Australia and support of the Australian government’s international policy goals.

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Agriculture

Package Assisting Small Exporters

Funder:  Federal – Agriculture

Grant Background: The Australian Government is inviting applications to apply to deliver activities under the Package Assisting Small Exporters program.

Under the program, grants are available to organisations and individuals for projects that support small exporters in the dairy, fish, eggs, grain, plant, horticulture, meat and animal products industries to overcome barriers to market access.

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Agriculture

Traceability Grants

Funder:  Federal – Agriculture

Grant Background: The Traceability Grants Program provides opportunities for successful applicants to conduct projects that will enhance the supply chain traceability systems and arrangements that support the export of our agricultural commodities.

The objectives of the program are:

  • to support industry projects that will enhance our agricultural supply chain traceability systems, including developing and trialling technologies that digitise information flow
  • to provide an advantage for our exporters in overseas markets to assist them in maintaining their competitive edge
  • to increase opportunities to export Australian commodities.

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Agriculture

Australia–China Agricultural Cooperation Agreement 2020

Funder:  Federal – Agriculture

Grant Background: The Australia-China Agricultural Cooperation Agreement (ACACA) 2020 program operates under a treaty-level agreement between the Australian and Chinese governments. The agreement was signed in 1984 to enhance cooperation across agricultural industries, develop the trading relationship and provide a forum for the mutual exchange of scientific information between the two countries.

The beneficiaries of the ACACA grant opportunity are Australian agriculture, fisheries, meat, forestry, regulatory, biosecurity and food safety industries, organisations, businesses and individuals, including their respective industry or sectors, who are seeking to enhance cooperation between Australia and China.

There are two funding streams available:

Stream 1 must be for an eligible project activity undertaken in Australia and/or China.

Stream 2 must be for a trade mission to China only.

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Agriculture, Business

Agricultural Trade and Market Access Cooperation (ATMAC) Program 2020

Funder:  Federal – Agriculture

Grant Background: The Agricultural Trade and Market Access Cooperation Program is part of the Australian Government’s commitment to modernise agricultural trade and grow agricultural exports.

The objective of the program is to open, improve and/or maintain access to overseas markets for Australian agricultural products by building stronger relationships with trading partners, neighbouring countries and international organisations.

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