Triangular Cooperation

The European Union and Triangular Cooperation

International Context

The 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals recognize the global challenges that must be addressed through a regional and global approach. They are based on the notion of global partnership, joint entrepreneurship and collective implementation, independently from the development level in a certain country.

The New European Consensus on Development reinforced this approach, focusing its priorities on the notions of Planet, Prosperity, People, Peace and Partnerships. The Consensus particularly highlights the need for an innovative engagement with the most advanced developing countries. As part of this commitment, the Consensus states that "the EU and its Member States will work with these countries to promote South-South and triangular cooperation, in accordance with the principles of development effectiveness". In this sense, the objective of Triangular Cooperation is to mobilise additional resources to achieve the SDGs and contribute to poverty reduction.

Triangular cooperation is becoming increasingly relevant for mobilizing and boosting cooperation capacities outside the traditional paths of development cooperation. It is a modality that can help empower at local level, promoting cooperation and exchanges, filling knowledge gaps and better mobilizing technical and policy levels. Triangular cooperation can also be a vehicle for resources from emerging donors to be harnessed in shared development agendas.

These are not new concepts; the principles for technical cooperation among developing countries were established in the 1978 Buenos Aires Plan of Action (BAPA), which celebrated its 40th anniversary in March 2019, with 138 acceding countries. The EU contributed to the draft of the final BAPA +40 document and was represented in Buenos Aires by the EU Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development, together with representatives of the EU Member States.


EU-LAC Reference Framework

In achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, global challenges will require regional partnerships and exchange of specific expertise and knowledge. These scenarios are leading to a redefinition of EU-LAC relations in order to respond effectively to the new development challenges posed by Latin America.

In this sense, the positive economic growth experienced in Latin America during the last decades has allowed almost all the countries in the region to acquire the status of "middle-income country", influencing the role that the region plays in the international context.

The region is demonstrating its capacity to offer innovative and personalized responses to the challenges posed by Agenda 2030. And the EU remains committed to work together with the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean to address these challenges and to develop joint capacities to deliver innovation through funding from the Development Cooperation Instrument (DCI).

Under the DCI, EU Regulation 233/2014, which calls on the European Union to develop partnerships with beneficiary countries under new policy frameworks, bi-regional cooperation began to evolve from a donor-recipient relationship (focusing on national poverty reduction policies and in-country programmes) towards a more balanced relationship with greater attention to mutual interest issues.

Within this framework, Triangular Cooperation has become a priority in terms of its ability to offer more flexible structures, innovation and personalized responses to local realities. Triangular cooperation is also essential for the region's external projection on the international agenda as a laboratory of ideas and new types of cooperation. In fact, between 2006 and 2016 the evolution of the number of Triangular Cooperation actions, projects and initiatives that have taken place in the region shows a strong sustained growth.


The EU also sees the Latin American region as a natural option for launching a new approach to international cooperation called 'development in transition', based on multilateral partnerships, comprehensive nationally owned strategies, flexibility and innovation, and recognition of the unique contribution of all countries involved. It includes the design of new partnerships between and within regions, also through South-South and Triangular Cooperation, and the search for new ways of interacting with countries with a higher level of development and income, as are many in Latin America. To incorporate this approach, the Regional Facility for Latin America and the Caribbean on Development in Transition, together with OECD and ECLAC, was approved in 2018. The initial EU contribution was €9.5 million.

Finally, the path taken by the New European Consensus on Development has recently been completed (in April 2019) with the launch of the joint EU-LAC Communication prepared by the European External Action Service. According to this document, EU development cooperation (regional and bilateral) should be based on the notion of personalised partnerships, taking into account the needs, strategies, priorities and resources of LAC countries. These partnerships should cover development cooperation and financial assistance, but also include a range of strategies, policies and instruments, in order to reflect the growing variety of circumstances in developing countries.

Undoubtedly, in order to foster this new type of partnership with Latin America, the EU considers it essential to have a modality such as Triangular Cooperation in order to contribute to the achievement of Agenda 2030 and the commitment of the Sustainable Development Objectives to "leave no one behind".

Past events

Mar 22, 2019
Convention Center of Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Second United Nations Conference On South-South And Triangular Cooperation, PABA +40.

The Argentine Republic will host the "Second High Level Conference of the United Nations on South-South Cooperation" between March 20 and 22, 2019.

The High Level Conference was convened by the General Assembly of the United Nations (UNGA) through Resolution 71/244, by which the Argentine Republic was designated as...

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Nov 28 - 30, 2018
Nueva York - Estados Unidos

Global South-South Development Exhibition – GSSD

The World Expo on South-South Development (GSSD Expo) will take place this year at the United Nations headquarters in New York from November 28 to 30, 2018. Organized by the Office of South-South Cooperation of the United Nations (UNOSSC), in collaboration with United Nations agencies and other partners, the GSSD Expo will strategically involve...

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Sep 12, 2018
World

Day for the United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation

South-South cooperation is a manifestation of solidarity among peoples and countries of the South that contributes to the well-being of these populations, their collective independence and the achievement of internationally agreed development goals, such as the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

This...

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May 15, 2018
Prague, Czech Republic

Invest in SDGs through South-South and Triangular Cooperation

South-South cooperation has become an important vehicle to accelerate sustainable development. Investment is an important dimension, which is rapidly increasing among countries in the global South. However, there are still challenges to overcome in the achievement of the full potential of South-South investments and their impact on sustainable...

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May 02, 2018
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Informal Meeting on Triangular Cooperation

AIMS:

  • Provide a forum for open discussion, at the highest level, on the current status of triangular cooperation (TC) and to what extent TC should focus at the level of the G20, in order to provide political force to TC as a tool for achieving the SDGs
  • ...
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Apr 17 - Apr 18, 2018
Lisbon, Portugal

International Meeting on Triangular Cooperation, jointly organised by the OECD

This international meeting will bring together a wide range of professionals and officials from the different actors involved in triangular cooperation. It will provide an opportunity for participants to share knowledge and experiences on how triangular cooperation can achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, on management practices and tools...

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Apr 12, 2018
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Sep 12, 2017
International

Day for the United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation

Pursuant to resolution 58/220 of 23rd December 2003, the General Assembly of the United Nations decided to declare the 19th of December United Nations Day for South-South Cooperation. The term South-South cooperation is used by politicians and academics to describe the exchange of resources, technology, and knowledge between...

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Brussells
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Belgium
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03/09/2020

It is my pleasure to introduce the publication of the document for the systematisation of the ADELANTE Programme, which systematises its first phase of execution, covering the period between 2016 and 2020.

Brussels
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Belgium
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09/06/2020

Throughout its first four years of life, the ADELANTE Programme and its eight projects of Triangular Cooperation between Europe and Latin America and the Caribbean have generated positive impacts in a good number of countries of the region, effectively contributing to 27 Goals and 9 Objectives of the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development. Key to this has been the involvement and commitment of more than 50 public, academic and social institutions from 23 European and Latin American countries.

ADELANTE: programa de cooperación triangular de la Unión Europea para América Latina y Caribe
Brussels
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Belgium
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27/01/2020

The Paper called "The Added Value of Triangular Cooperation - Lessons Learned from the ADELANTE Programme" was officially presented in Brussels on 27 January 2020. Representatives from Latin American and Caribbean countries, as well as from other regions and several Member States, together with a number of people from DEVCO directorates and units, and from the social, business and academic sectors crowded into DEVCO's Info Point to learn about the outcome of this OECD - European Union joint exercise.

ADELANTE Programme: Triangular Cooperation European Union Latin America and the Caribbean
San José
,
Costa Rica
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27/11/2019

Based on the very positive experiences of the meetings in Montevideo (October 2018) and Buenos Aires (March 2019), the Third Meeting of projects of the ADELANTE Programme was held in San José, Costa Rica, on 11, 12 and 13 November.

ADELANTE Programme: Triangular Cooperation European Union Latin America and the Caribbean
Lisboa
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Portugal
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27/11/2019

The Fifth International Meeting on Triangular Cooperation was held in Lisbon on 17 and 18 October, organized by the Development Cooperation Directorate of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and by the Camões - Institute for Cooperation and Language, with support from the Ibero-American Programme to Strengthen South-South Cooperation

ADELANTE Programme: Triangular Cooperation European Union Latin America and the Caribbean
Buenos Aires
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Argentina
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08/04/2019

The Second High-Level UN Conference on South-South Cooperation (BAPA+40) took place from 20 to 22 March, in Buenos Aires, organized by the United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation (UNOSSC), in collaboration with the Government of Argentina.

ADELANTE Programme: Triangular Cooperation European Union Latin America and the Caribbean
Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Argentina
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20/03/2019

Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development Neven Mimica is on an official visit to Buenos Aires to promote innovative multilateral partnerships for sustainable development, in particular triangular cooperation, and to discuss the EU's cooperation with Argentina.

ADELANTE Programme: Triangular Cooperation European Union Latin America and the Caribbean
Santiago
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Chile
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06/10/2018

The European Commissioner for Development and Cooperation, Neven Mimica, and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Chile, Roberto Ampuero, were the keynote speakers of the High Level Dialogue held in Santiago, Chile on October 4, on cooperation for development between the European Union (EU) and Latin America and the Caribbean.

ADELANTE Programme: Triangular Cooperation European Union Latin America and the Caribbean

Foto cortesia http://www.panamaon.com/

PANAMA CITY
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Panamá
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29/06/2018

As part of her official mission in Jamaica, Deputy Minister María Luisa Navarro accompanied by the Director General of Cooperation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Selina Baños presided over the First Meeting of the Joint Commission between Panama and Jamaica in the framework of cooperation for development between both countries, where both parties expressed their desire to continue developing and deepening the association that exists between Panama.

ADELANTE Programme: Triangular Cooperation European Union Latin America and the Caribbean

Alicia Bárcena, Secretaria Ejecutiva de la CEPAL, durante el seminario realizado en Panamá.
Foto: gentileza Unión Europea

Panamá
, |
14/06/2018

A call to rethink development and generate a new consensus based on greater regional integration, international cooperation that effectively supports countries in transition to the development of Latin America and the Caribbean, and investments and industrial policies that favor the environmental impulse towards a more sustainable growth for equality, said the Executive Secretary of ECLAC, Alicia Bárcena, during a high-level meeting organized by the European Union (EU) in Panama.

ADELANTE Programme: Triangular Cooperation

Lessons learned from Triangular Cooperation between the European Union and Latin America and the Caribbean

SYSTEMATISATION OF THE ADELANTE PROGRAMME • 2016-2020
AUTHOR: ADELANTE Programme, European Commission - Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development - Latin America and Caribbean (DEVCO.G)
DATE: September 03, 2020
PAGES: 120

The purpose of this document is to compile and analyse the lessons learned from ADELANTE, the European Union’s flagship programme for Triangular Cooperation with Latin America and the Caribbean.

The experiences gathered in it are the result of the implementation of eight projects co-financed by the programme during the period 2016 to 2020. These projects have been characterised by addressing different thematic areas, taking place in several countries and with a wide variety of actors, building on different forms of collaboration among one another and with different action strategies.

However, ADELANTE has touched on many other important areas of work these past four years: the added value of Triangular Cooperation as a development modality, the contribution to the 2030 Agenda, knowledge management, strategic relationships and an active role in Triangular Cooperation, communication and visibility.

Programa ADELANTE: Cooperación Triangular UE-LAC

The Value Added of Triangular Co-operation

Lessons learned from the EU-LAC Programme for Triangular Co-operation (ADELANTE)
AUTHOR: Nadine Piefer-Söyler and Néstor Pelechà Aigües
DATE: January 27, 2020
PAGES: 51

This paper is the result of a joint pilot exercise of the “Toolkit for identifying, monitoring and evaluating the value added of triangular co-operation” among the EU-LAC Facility for Triangular Co-operation (ADELANTE) and the OECD. The eight projects of the ADELANTE Facility worked with the questionnaire of the evaluation tool to assess the value added of working in a trilateral partnership. The EU team and the projects agreed that the six areas identified as potential value added of triangular co-operation are valid for ADELANTE. The joint pilot exercise was insightful and inspiring for all of the partners involved as an instrument for mutual learning. The recommendations arising from this joint exercise will contribute to the design of future EU triangular co-operation initiatives, aiming to make good use of the value added of the modality and addressing the challenges in a constructive, forward-looking way.

ADELANTE Programme: Triangular Cooperation

Report on South-South Cooperation in Ibero-America 2018

AUTHOR: Ibero-American General Secretariat (SEGIB)
DATE: November 01, 2018
PAGES: 199

With barely a few months to the Conference commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Buenos Aires Plan of Action (BAPA), recognized as a foundational landmark of modern SouthSouth Cooperation, the Ibero-American General Secretariat (SEGIB) is delighted to present the Report on South-South Cooperation in IberoAmerica 2018 to the international community. This eleventh edition of the Report signals a new phase in the history of a publication that continues to be the only regional report on South-South Cooperation in the world. The year 2017 marked the tenth anniversary of the first edition of the Report on SouthSouth Cooperation in Ibero-America, and the mandate provided by the Heads of State and Government of our countries, within the framework of the 27th Ibero-American Summit at Santiago de Chile, to push for its annual publication.

Ten years in which we have gained an unprecedented experience and knowledge, with the support of the Ibero-American Program to Strengthen South-South Cooperation (PIFCSS) and each of the 22 member countries. We have also designed and implemented the regional online data platform on South-South Cooperation (SIDICSS, by its Spanish acronym), unique in the world, whose greatest asset is the opportunity to learn more and better about the SSC in which Ibero-America participated through the nearly 8,000 projects registered and stored to date on our data platform.

Programa ADELANTE: Cooperación Triangular UE-LAC

Good Practices in South-South and Triangular Cooperation for Sustainable Development

Volume 2
AUTHOR: United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation
DATE: September 01, 2018
PAGES: 234

The importance of South-South and triangular cooperation in accelerating sustainable development has gained continued momentum over the last decades. There is growing consensus around sharing ideas, knowledge and skills to address common challenges and build shared strengths. Developing countries are increasingly recognizing good practices in South-South and triangular cooperation as viable pathways to accelerate progress in the attainment of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The new surge in South-South and triangular cooperation has also seen countries in the South increasingly championing solutions that address common transnational development challenges which would be difficult to tackle independently.

The second of its series, the Good Practices in South-South and Triangular Cooperation for Sustainable Development highlights how South-South cooperation and triangular cooperation can accelerate progress towards the implementation and achievement of the SDGs. This series features more than 100 good practices presented by Member States, United Nations agencies and other development partners. This compendium of good practices presents notable solutions at the national, subregional, regional and global levels to crucial challenges faced by developing countries ranging from efforts to eradicate poverty, reduce inequality, support climate change action and create peaceful and cohesive societies. It demonstrates how developing countries collaborate among themselves to address challenges through solidarity, peer-to-peer learning and collective self-reliance. The evidence gathered in this volume aims to benefit developing countries seeking to scale up South-South and triangular cooperation initiatives, particularly in the widespread application of policies, strategies and programmes.

Programa ADELANTE: Cooperación Triangular UE-LAC

A Decade of South-South Cooperation in Ibero-America

2007 - 2017
AUTHOR: Ibero-American General Secretariat (SEGIB) and Tuner
DATE: June 01, 2018
PAGES: 194

A Decade of South-South Cooperation in Ibero-America is a publication to commemorate the joint work undertaken by SEGIB and the Ibero-American countries in South-South Cooperation since its beginning 2007. The result of this joint effort of systematization, recording and analysis of South-South Cooperation initiatives has been reflected in the successive editions of the Report on South-South Cooperation in Ibero-America, an international benchmark publication by the Ibero-American General Secretariat (SEGIB). Therefore, the book commemorates both the joint cooperative efforts of the region as well as the first ten editions of the Report.

ADELANTE - Cooperación Triangular - UE-ALC

La Cooperación Sur-Sur y la Cooperación Triangular de la OIT y el trabajo decente

Novedades recientes y futuras medidas
AUTHOR: OFICINA INTERNACIONAL DEL TRABAJO
DATE: March 22, 2018
PAGES: 11

En el presente documento se informa sobre la aplicación de la Estrategia de la OIT sobre la cooperación Sur-Sur y la cooperación triangular (CSSCT) adoptada por el Consejo de Administración en marzo de 2012, y se proponen medidas futuras en materia de CSSCT, con miras a contribuir a la próxima discusión general sobre la eficacia de la cooperación para el desarrollo en apoyo de los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible (ODS), que tendrá lugar en la 107.ª reunión de la Conferencia Internacional del Trabajo (2018).

ADELANTE Programme: Triangular Cooperation

Report on South-South Cooperation in Ibero-America 2017

AUTHOR: Ibero-American General Secretariat (SEGIB)
DATE: December 01, 2017
PAGES: 239

The Report on South-South Cooperation in Ibero-America 2017 is put forward to the international community within a specific context of South-South Cooperation (SSC) in which three particularly important processes come together. Firstly, the global debate ahead of the United Nations High-level Conference that commemorates the 40th anniversary of the Buenos Aires Plan of Action (BAPA+40), the foundational milestone of contemporary SSC. Secondly, the progress made in the instrumentalization of the new Sustainable Development Goals’ (SDGs) Agenda 2030, which gives SSC and its specific instruments an unprecedented role in the new global development agenda. Thirdly, a decade since the first Report on South-South Cooperation in IberoAmerica, a far-reaching technical and political effort that has made IberoAmerica an international benchmark in this field, which reflects symmetric, horizontal, voluntary cooperation, based on the belief that we all have to learn and contribute to building an inclusive and sustainable development.

ADELANTE - Cooperación Triangular - UE-ALC

DT/14 - Lecciones aprendidas y retos para la articulación de actores y la gestión de la Cooperación Descentralizada Sur-Sur

Serie Documentos de Trabajo
AUTHOR: Programa Iberoamericano para el Fortalecimiento de la Cooperación Sur-Sur
DATE: January 06, 2017
PAGES: 86
Esta publicación surge en el marco del trabajo realizado para el Taller “Lecciones aprendidas y retos para la articulación de actores y la gestión de la Cooperación Descentralizada Sur-Sur”, que tuvo lugar en la ciudad de Asunción, Paraguay, en abril de 2017. El objetivo principal del encuentro y trabajo realizado fue propiciar un espacio de reflexión e intercambio de conocimiento conjunto para llevar a cabo una caracterización acerca de la Cooperación Descentralizada Sur-Sur (exclusivamente) en Iberoamérica, identificando oportunidades que permitan su dinamización a partir de acciones de los organismos nacionales rectores de cooperación internacional, con el fin de posicionar / institucionalizar espacios de coordinación y apoyo entre países
ADELANTE - Cooperación Triangular - UE-ALC

DT/13 - Guía orientadora para la sistematización de experiencias. Perspectiva de género, ODS y Cooperación Sur-Sur

Serie Documento de Trabajo
AUTHOR: Programa Iberoamericano para el Fortalecimiento de la Cooperación Sur-Sur
DATE: January 02, 2017
PAGES: 90
El presente documento busca identificar prácticas e iniciativas de desarrollo replicables en los países miembros del PIFCSS y que tengan mayores efectos para el cumplimiento de los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible, destacando la relevancia de transversalizar la perspectiva de género en todo el proceso de sistematización; con independencia del grado de incorporación de género en la experiencia.
ADELANTE Programme: Triangular Cooperation

Report on South-South Cooperation in Ibero-America 2016

AUTHOR: Ibero-American General Secretariat (SEGIB)
DATE: September 01, 2016
PAGES: 239

South-South Cooperation has amassed a wealth of experience over six decades. Its history has shown steady progress; an evolution accomplished through discussions in the learning process about development. Ibero-America has contributed to this evolution with the first, comprehensive, online, information platform on South-South Cooperation. The results of the information gathered, processed and analyzed on this platform are delivered to the entire international community through this Report on South-South Cooperation in Ibero-America 2016.

Indeed, the Ibero-American Integrated Data System on South-South and Triangular Cooperation (SIDICSS), operational since September 2015, is the outcome of the joint endeavor of Ibero-American countries, the Ibero-American Program to Strengthen SouthSouth Cooperation (PIFCSS) and the Ibero-American General Secretariat (SEGIB). Having spent nearly a decade supporting the Ibero-American countries in their endeavor to develop more and better South-South Cooperation, it is a source of pride, and enormous responsibility, that SEGIB has been mandated by the Ibero-American countries to host and ensure the proper functioning of this platform to the best interest of all Member States.

Institutions related to Triangular Cooperation

NATIONAL AGENCIES AND ENTITIES OF INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION FOR DEVELOPMENT
ABC - Agencia Brasileña de Cooperación

Agência Brasileira de Cooperação

https://cooperacionsursur.org/es/


Agencia Chilena de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo

Agencia Chilena de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo

https://www.agci.cl 


Agencia Peruana de Cooperación Internacional

http://www.apci.gob.pe


Agencia Presidencial para la Cooperación Internacional – APC-Colombia

https://www.apccolombia.gov.co


Agencia Mexicana de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo

https://www.gob.mx/amexcid


Agencia Uruguaya de Cooperación Internacional

Agencia Uruguaya de Cooperación Internacional

http://www.auci.gub.uy


Agencia Uruguaya de Cooperación Internacional

Cooperación Internacional Ecuador
Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores y Movilidad Humana

www.cancilleria.gob.ec/cooperacion-internacional-servicios/


Dirección General de Cooperación Internacional

Dirección de Cooperación Internacional
Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores y Culto de Costa Rica

https://www.rree.go.cr/?sec=ministerio&cat=cooperacion%20internacional


Dirección General de Cooperación Internacional

Dirección de Cooperación Internacional
Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores de Paraguay

http://www2.mre.gov.py


Dirección General de Cooperación Internacional

Dirección General de Cooperación Internacional - Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores y Culto de la República Argentina

http://cooperacionarg.gob.ar


Dirección General de Cooperación Internacional

Dirección General de Cooperación Multilateral
Ministerio de Economía, Planificación y Desarrollo de República Dominicana

http://www.digecoom.gob.do


Dirección General de Cooperación Internacional

Dirección General de Cooperación para el Desarrollo - Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores de El Salvador

http://cooperacion.rree.gob.sv


Dirección General de Cooperación Internacional

Secretaria de Relaciones Exteriores y Cooperación

http://www.cancilleria.gob.ni


Dirección General de Cooperación Internacional

Subsecretaria de Cooperación Internacional
Secretaría de Planificación y Programación de Guatemala

http://www.segeplan.gob.gt


Dirección General de Cooperación Internacional

Subsecretaria de Cooperación internacional y Relaciones Económicas
Secretaria de Relaciones Exteriores de Honduras

http://www.sre.gob.hn





 
REGIONAL, INTERNATIONAL AND MULTILATERAL ORGANIZATIONS

Programa ADELANTE, Cooperación Triangular

Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo

http://www.aecid.es/ES/la-aecid


Programa ADELANTE, Cooperación Triangular

Dirección de Cooperación Internacional y Desarrollo (DG DEVCO) de la Comisión Europea

https://ec.europa.eu/europeaid/la-dg-de-cooperacion-internacional-y-desarrollo-dg-devco_es


Programa ADELANTE, Cooperación Triangular

Corporación Alemana para la Cooperación Internacional - GIZ

https://www.giz.de/en/worldwide/11821.html


Programa ADELANTE, Cooperación Triangular EU-ALC

Instituto da Cooperação e da Lingua Portugal - CAMÕES

https://www.instituto-camoes.pt/


Programa ADELANTE, Cooperación Triangular EU-ALC

Oficina de las Naciones Unidas para la Cooperación Sur-Sur - UNOSSC

https://www.unsouthsouth.org/?lang=es


Programa ADELANTE, Cooperación Triangular EU-ALC

Organización para la Cooperación y el Desarrollo Económicos - OCDE

http://www.oecd.org


Programa ADELANTE, Cooperación Triangular EU-ALC

Organizzazione internazionale italo-latino americana - IILA

http://iila.org/es/


Programa ADELANTE, Cooperación Triangular EU-ALC

Programa Iberoamericano para el fortalecimiento
de Cooperación Sur-Sur - PIFCSS

https://cooperacionsursur.org/es/


Programa ADELANTE, Cooperación Triangular EU-ALC

Portal de Cooperación Sur-Sur de la FAO

http://www.fao.org/south-south-gateway/es/


Programa ADELANTE, Cooperación Triangular EU-ALC

Secretaría General Iberoamericana - SEGIB

https://www.segib.org