New Zealand High Commission Honiara, Solomon Islands
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade manages the New Zealand Aid Programme and provides policy advice to the New Zealand Government on international development issues.
The New Zealand Aid Programme’s mission is to support sustainable development in developing countries in order to reduce poverty and to contribute to a more secure, equitable, and prosperous world. Over time this approach will allow developing countries to fund their own social services (for example health and education services) and further development activities.
New Zealand's development assistance is focused on the Pacific region, but also supports programmes in Asia, southern Africa and Latin America. New Zealand also works with multilateral agencies to address poverty, conflict, governance issues, and humanitarian crises worldwide.
New Zealand is committed to providing effective aid, as agreed by the international community. This includes support for the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness and the Accra Agenda for Action
For more information visit the New Zealand Aid Programme website
Development assistance in Solomon Islands
New Zealand is committed to building a long-term and effective development partnership with Solomon Islands. The aim of the New Zealand Aid Programme in Solomon Islands is to strengthen Solomon Islands Government’s own ability to deliver development benefits and reduce the poverty and hardship faced by many Solomon Islanders, particularly those living in rural areas. New Zealand's Solomon Islands Aid programme focuses on sustainable economic development in fisheries and infrastructure, as well as significant support for the education sector.
Head of Mission Fund (HOMF)
The post administers a discretionary fund for one-off small-scale projects (maximum grant currently SBD$70,000) run by local community groups or NGOs. Guidelines and application forms are available from the High Commission reception.