Our world is being torn apart. We must act to leave no one behind.
Billions of people are living with crumbling health systems, no social welfare protection, and little chance of receiving a vaccine this year. They are facing climate-charged superstorms, and hunger is on the rise.
Aotearoa, let’s stand together with all our neighbours to overcome these challenges.
Call on the government to provide vital support to overburdened and under-resourced nations, by boosting New Zealand’s overseas aid and climate action.
We called on the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Finance Minister to implement a Collective Resilience Plan in Budget 2021 that provides:
- a 20% boost to the overseas aid budget, focused on healthcare, social support and resilience, plus;
- a doubling of finance for climate action overseas from new and additional sources, and;
- a target for getting aid spending to 0.7% of gross national income by 2030
THE COLLECTIVE RESILIENCE PLAN
By strengthening the global community we unlock people’s energy to solve shared problems. We need a 20% boost to the 2021-2024 overseas aid budget and to focus it on healthcare, social safety nets and humanitarian support. Learn more about the Collective Resilience Plan here.
To meet the climate crisis head on, we need to do our fair share for the communities on the front lines. We need to double our funding for climate action in the Pacific and beyond, supporting communities with renewable energy and adaptive farming. Learn more about the Collective Resilience Plan here.
In this moment in history, we need to step up. New Zealand remains a long way from achieving the global target of 0.7% of gross national income going to international development. We need a timeline with clear steps to get New Zealand’s overseas aid to 0.7% of GNI by 2030. Learn more about the Collective Resilience Plan here.