These organisations help fund our programmes in the Pacific. We’re extremely grateful for their commitment to our sight-restoring programmes and simply couldn’t achieve as much as we do without their support.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade New Zealand Aid Programme
Our work is funded in part by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade New Zealand Aid Programme.
The New Zealand Aid Programme is the New Zealand Government’s international aid and development programme. Its mission is to support sustainable development in developing countries to reduce poverty and contribute to a more secure, equitable and prosperous world. It’s managed by development specialists in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
To deliver its mission, the aid programme focuses on stimulating sustainable economic development. It has a geographic focus on the Pacific.
The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust
The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust is a charitable foundation established in 2012 to mark and celebrate Her Majesty The Queen’s sixty-year contribution to the Commonwealth.
Through grants, advocacy and convening, the Trust works with partners to create sustainable improvements in the lives of Commonwealth citizens in line with Commonwealth priorities. The Trust focuses on the empowerment of a new generation of Commonwealth leaders, and ending avoidable blindness.
World Diabetes Foundation
The World Diabetes Foundation is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of diabetes in developing countries. It aims to alleviate human suffering caused by diabetes and its complications among those least able to withstand the burden of the disease.
The Foundation build relationships among different stakeholders such as governments, diabetes organisations, hospitals and authorities to ensure the initiatives they fund are sustainable.
Counties Manukau Health
Counties Manukau Health's shared vision is to work in partnership with its communities to improve the health status of all, with particular emphasis on Māori and Pacific peoples and other communities with health disparities.