Asian Aid provides education to children and young adults in disadvantaged communities, assists Nepalese women suffering from uterine prolapse, leper communities, special-needs children, trafficked girls and women, slum communities, the sick and the very poor. We seek to alleviate poverty, to empower, to advocate and to give hope.

Asian Aid has been changing lives and giving hope to the poor since 1966.

Child Sponsorship gives hope of a better life to children throughout Asia.

Asian Aid projects enrich people and their communities.

Recent News

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2014 Annual General Meeting: Giving Hope – Transforming Lives

Giving Hope – Transforming Lives was the theme of the 2014 Annual Report and Annual General Meeting held on August 24, which saw over 70 members of the Asian Aid family come together to dialogue about and celebrate Asian Aid’s work.


Child-Focused Initiatives

With an increased and intentional emphasis on being a child-focused organisation, Asian Aid has been working closely with our overseas partners to ensure that our sponsor children and young people grow, learn and play in safe and nurturing environments.

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Partner staff training

In June this year, staff from Asian Aid Australia and partners in Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Sri Lanka met for the first time in Bangalore, India for workshops, following an in-depth review of Asian Aid’s Child Sponsorship Program.

Get Involved

"I enjoy knowing that such a small amount of money each month can make such a huge difference for these children… I realised what a huge amount of money $10 is to people".

Karen McCall - Sponsor of two children

"Teaching in my own culture is fun, but teaching English in Indonesia is life changing. The trip affirmed my calling and passion to this kind of work."

Neil Greenwood - Volunteer for HELP - 2012

Create your own story!

We believe hope finds its truest expression when given and received in community. That’s why we need you to help us empower others. Pray, fundraise, volunteer, advocate and/or become an ambassador: there are many ways to get involved.

Find out more about getting involved or contact us to share your ideas.