Future Drought Fund’s Networks to Build Drought Resilience

The Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund provides a sustainable source of funding to help remote, rural and regional communities, and farmers, become more prepared for, and resilient to, the impacts of drought. The Fund is part of the Government’s Drought Response, Resilience and Preparedness Plan.

The Networks to Build Drought Resilience Program is one of the Fund’s foundation programs. It is designed to build community capacity by strengthening social and community networking, support, engagement and wellbeing.

The aim is to build an enduring resilience to the impacts of climate change, drought, and enhance the public good in agriculture-dependent communities.

Round 1 is now open

Closes: 5pm AEST Monday 5 July 2021
Announced: October 2021

Activities funded in Round 1 must take place between 25 October 2021 and 27 June 2022.

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