If so, the Australian High Commission in PNG is hosting information sessions on the subject, which will be held at the Grand Papua Hotel, Port Moresby today and tomorrow, December 2 and 3.
"Are you a community development NGO or communications organisation interested in partnering with sports to increase your community reach and profile? Are you in PNG's sporting system already and want to know more about the Australian Government's Development through Sport work in the Pacific?
"If so, you are invited to attend upcoming information sessions and application readiness workshops for the Australian Sports Partnerships Program (ASPP) which starts on 1 July 2020. This program will supersede the Pacific Sports Partnerships (PSP) program which has operated in PNG for more than 10 years. Applications will open in early December 2019 and close end of February 2020," the Australian High Commission said.
The High Commission says the ASPP is a multiyear partnership through the Australian government's development assistance program. The program will use the power of sport to tackle issues such as gender inequality and exclusion of people with disability through supporting safe, inclusive and accessible sport programs and organisations.
"Please note that this is an official development assistance funding and is not able to support once off purchasing of equipment, uniforms or pay for team travel to competitions," the High Commission said.