Action on Poverty works with a range of partners in Australia and overseas. Our partners have developed innovative technologies to reduce dengue, helped children access free and effective treatment for clubfoot, and implemented award-winning models for social enterprise. Read more about partnering with us or submit a partnership enquiry to find out more.

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In Australia, our partners include philanthropists, corporates, universities, government, and other non-profits. Overseas, our partners include local NGOs, civil society groups, research centres, government ministries and, most importantly, the communities we serve. 

To view partners by country, please visit our Country Snapshots.

Overseas partners

Cedar Tanzania

Cambodian Women’s Crisis Center (CWCC)

Community Technology Development Trust (CTDT)

Comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation in Tanzania (CCBRT)

Community Research and Development Services (CORDS)

Face to Face (F2F)

Foundation for the Peoples of the South Pacific Kiribati (FSPK)

HIAM Health

Institut Pasteur

Institute of Veterinary Research and Development of Central Vietnam

Marine and Environmental Research Institute of Pohnpei (MERIP)

National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology (NIHE)

Partners in Community Development Fiji (PCDF)

Psychosocial Recovery and Development in East Timor (PRADET)

Puter Indonesia Foundation

Solomon Islands Development Trust (SIDT)

The Ololo Foundation

Timor Aid

Self Help Africa

United Purpose Mozambique


Vita Ethiopia

Walk for Life

World Mosquito Program

Institutional partners

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)


Irish Aid

Monash University

The Canada Fund for Local Initiatives

USAID Pacific American Fund

Australian partners

Australia for Cedar Tanzania

dōTERRA Healing Hands Foundation Australia and New Zealand®

Community Engagement Summit Series

English Family Foundation

Glencoe Foundation

Lang Foundation

NDY Charitable Trust

Nice Coffee Co.



The Charitable Foundation

Pro bono partners