Farmers Without Borders

This initiative connects Australian volunteers with ACIAR projects around the world.

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Connecting Australian volunteers with agriculture projects in our region

Implemented by the Australian Volunteers Program, Farmers Without Borders is a strategic partnership between the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR).

Farmers Without Borders places skilled rural and regional Australians in ACIAR's agricultural projects across our region. 

Whether it’s cropping expertise, soil management, pest management, climate adaption, community outreach or anything in-between, Farmers Without Borders supports communities around the world to work with skilled rural and regional Australians. 

Farmers Without Borders assignments can be anywhere from 4 weeks to 24 months in duration. Australian volunteers are supported with return airfares, a living and accommodation allowance, training, in-country support and more.  

Register your interest

Register your interest and be the first to know when new assignments and opportunities are released.

We are also looking for partner organisations with strong relationships across rural and regional Australia. 

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This new project is part of a strategic partnership between the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Farmers Without Borders is implemented by the Australian Volunteers Program.