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Australia Awards are prestigious international scholarships and fellowships funded by the Australian Government offering the next generation of global leaders an opportunity to undertake study, research and professional development.


 Dr Tia Phalla, Australia Awards alumni and Vice-Chairman of Cambodia’s National AIDS Authority, is turning the tide against the spread of HIV/AIDS in his home country.
A Cambodian pharmacy dispenses antiretroviral therapy. heading fold
Why is gender-based violence still widespread in Cambodia? How can  victims find hope and support? On International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, we meet Soheang Pak, who has travelled from Cambodia to Australia to find answers.
Looking for answers to fight gender-based violence… Cambodia’s Australia Awards PhD scholar Soheang Pak heading fold
In most situations and most places, toilets and defecation are taboo topics for discussion.  They are at the bottom of the list of topics for dinner table conversations. Yet 2.4 billion people have no access to toilets in developing countries.
Australia Awards scholar, environmental engineer Ms Ni Made Utami Dwipayanti (Yanti) on-campus at Griffith University. heading fold
On World Toilet Day 2015, we celebrate Indonesian environmental scientist and Australia Awards alumni Hermina Manlea’s work to improve water and sanitation conditions in the border region of Timor, Indonesia.
Australia Awards making a difference in the fight against poor sanitationheading fold
Two leading young PNG Australia Awards research scholars in the fields of medical and environmental science have received this year’s prestigious Allison Sudradjat Prize.
The PNG Allison Sudradjat Prize recipients with Foreign Minister Bishop and PNG Ministers Papo and Tabar.heading fold
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Last updated: November 25, 2015