Our members comprise individual consultants through to large consulting and contractor companies that support international development, partnering with locals (businesses, governments and enterprises) to deliver Australian development assistance.
IDCC members deliver a wide range of international projects – both critical and transformational – for a range of clients. Please see the list below as examples of the types of projects undertaken:
The Partnership for Human Development (Timor Leste) involves improving maternal and child health; supporting national doctors and midwives; and enhancing the education sector.
Transparency in the Extractives Sector (Papua New Guinea) involves continuously improving openness and accountability, to suppress corruption and drive public trust in the sector.
Indonesia-Australia Partnership for Infrastructure is a partnership amongst several stakeholders, including Indonesia and Australia, to advance infrastructure projects in Indonesia.
The Pacific Horticultural and Agricultural Market Access supports Pacific Island Countries access and manage export of products into overseas markets.
The Transport Sector Support Program aims to improve transport options and services to increase the availability of essential services and increase economic growth.
The Australia Awards (South and West Asia) project aims to build skills and capabilities of individuals from seven countries, to support their contribution to their country’s development.
The Australian Humanitarian Partnership is about continually enhancing Australia’s response to humanitarian crises through effective coordination, evaluation and communication.
The Pacific Labour Scheme helps address labour shortages by enabling citizens from 9 Pacific island countries and Timor-Leste to take up work opportunities in regional Australia for up to three years.
The Competition Law Training program is about training and cooperating with officials from member states of the Association of South East Asian Nations on competition policy.
Redevelopment of ANGAU Memorial General Hospital – the second largest hospital in Papua New Guinea, which serves as an important health facility for the 1.9 million in the Momase Region.