Financials

DFAT has committed to an investment of $320 million over 10 years for Pacific Women program implementation. A total of $132.41 million has been expensed over the period Financial Year 2012–13 to Financial Year 2016–17. This comprised:

  • $59,916,156 (45%) on ending violence against women
  • $18,071,441 (14%) on enhancing agency
  • $9,677,180 (7%) n administration and program support; and
  • $32,673,872 (25%) to support women in leadership and decision making
  • $9,677,180 (7%) to support women in leadership and decision making; and
  • $2,716,692 (2%) on monitoring and evaluation/design.

 

Note, many activities work across more than one outcome. For financial reporting purposes, the activity is categorised according to which outcome is the primary focus. The Enhancing Agency outcome includes activities which contribute to: enhanced knowledge and evidence base to inform policy and practice; strengthened women’s groups, male advocates and coalitions for change; positive social change towards gender equality and women’s agency; improved gender outcomes in education and health; and research and learning.

Figure 3 below illustrates distribution of total program expenditure by Pacific Women’s four outcomes, M&E / design and administration / program support for the period from Financial Year 2012–13 to Financial Year 2016–17.

Figure 3: Distribution of Total Program Expenditure by Outcomes, M&E/Design and Administration/Program Support.

Figure 4 below illustrates distribution of program expenditure by Pacific Women’s four outcomes, M&E / design and administration / program support for the period from FY 2012–13 to FY 2015–16 and FY 2016–17.

Figure 4: Distribution of Program Expenditure by Outcomes, M&E/Design and Administration/Program Support from FY2012–13 to FY2015–16 and FY2016–17

Table 1 below summarises total program expenditure for each country by Pacific Women’s four outcomes, M&E / design and administration / program support for the period from FY 2012–13 to FY 2016–17.

Table 1: Total Program Expenditure for each country by outcome, M&E/Design and Administration/Program Support FY2012–13 to FY2016–17

M&E/Design

Enhancing Agency

Leadership and Decision Making

Economic Empowerment

Ending Violence Against Women

Administration/
Program Support

Total

Regional

1,086,369

10,078,613

4,084,326

15,528,091

15,215,112

8,704,681

$54,733,232

Cook Islands

260,000

150,000

$410,000

Fiji

73,388

3,507,381

884,043

925,327

2,113,850

3,688

$7,507,677

Kiribati

204,385

26,200

980,359

$1,210,944

Palau*

4,305

$4,305

PNG

1,040,167

2,158,210

3,673,445

11,577,765

25,910,978

351,859

$44,712,425

Marshall Islands

834,230

6,133

$840,363

Federated States of Micronesia*

60,000

7,286

$67,286

Nauru

500,000

150,000

348,767

$998,767

Niue*

$0

Samoa

12,584

689,459

500,000

653,144

194,000

10,904

$2,060,091

Solomon Islands

472,882

519,138

85,356

2,573,365

10,274,503

131,349

$14,056,603

Tonga

31,301

194,573

9,662

2,144,357

745

$2,380,639

Tuvalu

219,683

$219,683

Vanuatu

300,000

1,060,318

1,750,000

100,380

$3,210,698

Total $2,716,692 $18,071,441 $9,677,180 $32,673,872 $59,916,156 $9,357,370 $132,412,711

* There is no bilateral program spending in Niue. Activities in this country are supported through regional funding.

Pacific Women has a strong focus on working with a range of partners and our funding has been channelled through UN partnerships, international and Pacific NGOs, government partners as well as research, regional and private sector organisations.

Figure 5: Distribution of Program Expenditure by Pacific Women Partners from FY2012–13 to FY2015–16 and FY2016–17

* International Financial Institutions
** Other is comprised of individual company or consultant partners who provided small-scale, one-off services such as design, advisory communications and program support

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