ACIAR is the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research. It is part of the Australian Government’s Development Assistance Program, and contributes to the Program’s objectives of helping developing countries reduce poverty and achieve sustainable development.
ACIAR was established in 1982. It funds collaborative agricultural research projects carried out by Australian and overseas research institutes. These projects seek to solve agricultural problems in developing countries.
ACIAR’s mission is to achieve more productive and sustainable agricultural systems, for the benefit of developing countries and Australia, through international agricultural research partnerships.
ACIAR commenced its Vietnam program in 1993. Over the past 26 years it has invested about AUD105 million in 175 projects in Vietnam, contributing actively to Vietnam’s rapid development in agriculture.
ACIAR commenced its Vietnam program in 1993. After 26 years of untiring contribution, ACIAR Vietnam program has implemented 175 projects, of which, in 2018-2019, we have 37 research-for-development projects with an investment of AUD 5.6 million. List of projects is available here.
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ACIAR welcomes new ideas for projects. In order to ensure that ACIAR targets appropriate sectors for research, all ACIAR projects must be consistent with the priorities which have been agreed with the Vietnamese Government. For further information please contact the ACIAR Vietnam Country Office.
Ms Nguyen Thi Thanh An, ACIAR Country Manager (Vietnam)
Tel: +84 24 3774 0263
Australian Embassy, 8 Dao Tan Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi, Vietnam.