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Enabling prosperity across the Pacific

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AIFFP funds feasibility study to inform the redevelopment of Lautoka Foreshore

Australia, through the Australian Infrastructure Financing Facility for the Pacific (AIFFP), is partnering with Fiji Ports Corporation Limited to provide AUD380,000 for a feasibility study to inform the redevelopment of the Lautoka foreshore, located within the Port boundary.

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Australia and Vanuatu sign MOU to support Vanuatu’s aviation sector

Vanuatu’s critical aviation sector will benefit from the signing today of an agreement between Australia and Vanuatu to design and scope a package of infrastructure works at Vanuatu’s international airports.

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New partnership opportunities to support off-grid renewable energy in the Pacific and Timor-Leste

The Australian Infrastructure Financing Facility for the Pacific (AIFFP) has today announced new partnership opportunities for organisations with solutions for providing reliable and affordable off-grid energy access to remote communities in the Pacific and Timor-Leste.


Implementation now underway on the East Micronesia Cable

Work to manufacture and lay the East Micronesia Cable (EMC) has officially commenced, with the EMC Management Committee members signing a contract with the successful supplier, NEC Corporation.

Palau Solar inauguration

Inauguration of solar plant to power homes and businesses across Palau

An AIFFP-funded solar power plant and batter storage facility has been officially inaugurated in Palau. The plant, comprised of 15.28 MWp of solar power generation and a 12.9MW battery storage facility, is at Ngatpang on Babeldaob, Palau.

The Australian Infrastructure Financing Facility for the Pacific (AIFFP) enables quality infrastructure across the Pacific and Timor-Leste

We provide financing for transformational energy, water, transport, telecommunications and other projects that are socially inclusive, resilient and create lasting prosperity for Pacific citizens.

Our investments

See what we've financed and how they transform Pacific communities.

Honiara landing of the Coral Sea Cable. Credit: DFAT

Climate Partnership

Australia, through the Pacific Climate Infrastructure Financing Partnership, will contribute at least $350 million in climate infrastructure for the Pacific region.

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