Technical assistance

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Scope Global’s technical advisers work in collaboration with partner organisations to enhance capacity and contribute to development priorities.

Our advisers work in a wide range of sectors such as health, education, governance, finance, environment, agriculture and infrastructure. Each technical assistance input is designed to achieve the desired development outcomes and to meet an identified need for technical assistance where specialist skills are not available locally.

Sustainability is critical to our approach. We focus on contributing to enduring positive outcomes.

Our Programs

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Pacific Technical Assistance Mechanism Phase 2 (PACTAM2)

PACTAM2 advisers work in collaboration with partner organisations across seven Pacific island countries. 

Latest news
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2 Dec, 2020

Scope Global and eftpos collaboration aims to improve online identification for people living with disability

Scope Global is delighted to announce a joint national initiative with eftpos which aims to strengthen and simplify digital identification processes for people living with disability, in an Australia-first pilot.

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2 Dec, 2020

Celebrating International Day of People with Disability 2020

Every year on 3 December, we mark International Day of People with Disability by raising awareness and celebrating the achievements and contributions that people with disability bring to our workplace, our programs and communities.

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Lesila Chand, a participant of Tonga Skills’ training, browsing Food Safety and Handling video training on the Tonga Skills’ training site
23 Oct, 2020

Enabling remote access to skills training in Tonga

Tonga Skills for Inclusive Economic Growth has launched a new training platform for its online skills training courses. This initiative was developed to ensure that people in Tonga are able to access skills training when face-to-face training is not available or possible.