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IDCC REACTION TO THE 2024/25 DEVELOPMENT BUDGET

May 15th, 2024

IDCC WELCOMES THE MODEST INCREASE IN OFFICAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE (ODA) – The international development budget announced last night has provided for a small increase of around 4% in ODA on

IDCC WELCOMES LABOR’S COMMITMENT TO REBUILDING AUSTRALIA’S INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

June 1st, 2022

The International Development Contractors’ Community (IDCC) welcomes the election of the new Government and its commitments to rebuilding Australia’s international development program and increasing Official Development Assistance.  The IDCC congratulates

IDCC ‘s New CEO – Jane Haycock

April 4th, 2022

The IDCC Board welcomes Jane Haycock as Chief Executive Officer. Jane commences with the IDCC this week, and looks forward to working with members in implementing the priorities of the

IDCC REACTION TO THE 2022/23 DEVELOPMENT BUDGET

March 30th, 2022

The IDCC welcomes stabilisation of the development budget, but the next steps need to be up, not down, as we deal with a world battered by COVID and disrupted by

Ethical research and evaluation – everyone’s accountable

March 30th, 2022

Australia has a reputation for delivering high-quality development assistance. As we adapt to the global impact of COVID-19 and deliver the Australian Government’s Partnerships for Recovery: Australia’s COVID-19 Development Response, encouraging

Quad Vaccines Decision Delivers Health, Economic and Strategic Benefit – IDCC Media Statement 15 March 2021

April 26th, 2021

The announcement that Australia will join with the US, Japan and India to supply an additional one billion COVID vaccines in the Indo-Pacific region is an historic display of international