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
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.

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Sarah and Orr smiling and working on a design together
16 Oct, 2020

Host institution and intern profile: Cox Architecture

Through the Commonwealth Scholarship Program for South Australia, Scope Global places scholars in industry internships that are designed to enhance their study experience, improve their employment outcomes and support industries experiencing skills shortages.

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A person sitting with their computer
8 Sep, 2020

International Literacy Day: providing accessible learning opportunities in Nepal

Australia Awards alumnus Sagar Prasai shares how he is contributing towards overcoming the literacy challenges faced by people with disability in Nepal.