Partner and Sponsors in 2022-23
We would like to say a huge thank you to our partners and supporters.
The Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) provides support for sustainable Newcastle disease control activities in Ethiopia, Malawi and Mozambique and village chicken and coral gardening activities in PNG through the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP).
Palladium has supported Kyeema since its inception in 2003 through the provision of office space and administrative and financial support. This valuable support has allowed Kyeema to establish and expand its work around the world. Palladium has also made important financial contributions to Kyeema activities since its inception. Kyeema works in partnership with Palladium to deliver the Challenge Fund, Our Communities, and Humanitarian support programs.
Department of State, United States of America for supporting projects in Papua New Guinea.
The European Commission through the African Union for supporting our contributions to the multi-partners ‘Native Chicken’ project in Mozambique and Uganda.
The Austrian Development Agency for supporting the delivery of training and service through the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture on the ‘Sofala Province Water, Energy, and Food Security (SWEF)’ project.
The Rotary Club of Brisbane has provided funding to support the PNG village chickens and coral gardening activities. They continue to raise funds for our activities in PNG.
The African Union – Pan African Veterinary Vaccine Centre has provided continued support for the development and review of Master trainer curricula for Newcastle disease control in Africa.
WWF Australia for supporting us through the Climate Resilient by Nature Program Challenge Fund implementation.
Tropical Water Solutions Pty Ltd have provided generous funds for our activities in Malawi and Papua New Guinea.
The Heydon Family have provided generous financial support for activities in PNG. Specifically, this year, their contributions helped to support our World Environment Day workshops in mangrove and coral restoration for school students.
We want to thank the Palladium staff that provide generous donations each month through our Workplace Giving program.
The School of Veterinary Science at The University of Queensland maintains and continues to provide the I-2 Newcastle disease master seed free of charge.
Kyeema receives private donations from the Australian public, which are most important for furthering our activities. We could not do what we do without the generous support of many loyal businesses and individuals, both in time and money. Kyeema thanks each one of you.