ACFID - South Sudan. Kieran Doherty/Oxfam


The Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) is the peak body for the not-for-profit aid and development sector in Australia.



  • Who we are

    ACFID is the peak body for Australian non government organisations (NGOs) involved in international development and humanitarian action.

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  • What we do

    ACFID’s purpose is to lead and unite our members in action for a just, equitable and sustainable world.

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  • Our staff

    ACFID operates a small secretariat based in the Australian Capital Territory of Australia. Our staff are lead by ACFID’s Executive Director and divided into three teams.

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  • Our partnerships

    ACFID works and engages with a range of strategic partners in addition to our members. We do this to access and build a broader base of support and expertise, and to contribute to policy dialogue, the regulatory environment of the Australian aid and development sector, and international engagement.

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  • Our memberships

    We are proud to acknowledge ACFID’s membership of these different organisations. Find out more about these organisations by clicking on their logos.

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  • ACFID publications

    ACFID, in its work to lead and unite its members in action for a just, equitable and sustainable world, produces many publications for a wide variety of audiences.

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  • Using our logo and branding

    As a member of ACFID, we’d love for you to include our logo on your website. ACFID's logo is available for use by all ACFID Members.

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  • Reconciliation Action Plan

    ACFID Secretariat has commenced its reconciliation journey with the development of its first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). This will assist us to further develop respectful relationships and create meaningful opportunities with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. ACFID Secretariat is guided by Reconciliation Australia’s RAP Framework to develop this inaugural Reconciliation Action Plan, and is inspired by the ACFID Council who passed Resolution No. 1/2017.

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