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Southeast Asia Infrastructure and Economic Governance Facility (SEAEGIF)
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DFAT is now seeking to engage a contractor to provide advisory and logistical services for the SEAEGIF program.
SEAEGIF will catalyse government-to-government partnerships and other Australian institutional linkages with Southeast Asia, aimed at improving economic governance for better infrastructure outcomes.
Australian agencies are well placed to partner with Southeast Asian counterparts and regional bodies including ASEAN through their common professional understanding of the work and the issues faced. Australia is keen to share the lessons and experience our governments and institutions have gained to help improve the infrastructure ecosystem in the region. But government alone cannot do this job, we need an approach that combines private sector responsiveness and flexibility with government agencies’ policy and political expertise.
Acknowledging the G20 Principles for Quality Infrastructure Investment (June 2019), integrating disaster risk reduction, climate change, and social considerations throughout the infrastructure investment cycle are considered essential to maximize positive impact and achieve sustainable growth and development. SEAEGIF will therefore implement disaster risk reduction, climate change, gender equality and social inclusion as overarching principles.
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