Good practices on South-South and Triangular Cooperation

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Good practices on South-South and Triangular Cooperation

Lessons from 32 case studies and 160 case stories from around the developing world for better policy-making.


Good practices on South-South and Triangular Cooperation

Background

The cases gathered by the TTSSC reflect a broad range of experiences in a highly diverse policy, institutional and operational contexts. After 3 years of analytical work, the TT-SSC presents a set of good practices documented in 32 case studies and 160 case stories with the support of 28 academic institutions from the South.


Good practices on South-South and Triangular Cooperation

The Good Practices Setting up horizontal partnerships [lessons from PALAMA, ACMECS, APRM, Belo Horizonte, IPRCC, ITEC, Bangladesh-Korea, PANCAP-Brazil]

Create spaces for exchange among practitioners [lessons from ACMECS, Colombia Cooperation Maps, PALAMA, Indonesia Agricultural Extension, PAHO-TCC]

Create and sustain trust [lessons from ACMECS, Argentina-Haiti, Colombia DDR, IBSA, Indonesia-Uganda, Plan Trifinio]

Link-up practitioners with policy-makers and academia in partnerships around specific development challenges, clarifying the division of labor [lessons from ACMECS, Mexico-Chile, IBSA, PAHO-TCC, SEGIB]

Define and ensure mutual benefit and mutual responsibilities [lessons from APRM, Argentina-Haiti, Chile-Paraguay-Spain, Indonesia-Namibia, Bangladesh-Korea, Mexico-Chile Fund]

Institutionalize the role of champions [lessons from ACMECS, Colombia Caribbean, Indonesia Agricultural Extension, Indonesia-Uganda, PALAMA]a

Engage in long-term relations [lessons from IPRCC, ITEC, CAADP, PANCAP-Brazil, Colombia Cooperation Maps, Egypt-Uganda, IndonesiaUganda, Nigeria Technical Aid Corps, Plan Trifinio]

Identify the bottlenecks of SSC [lessons from Costa Rica-Benin-Bhutan, Colombia Maps, Mexico-Chile, Colombia Caribbean, Indonesia Agricultural Extension, Indonesia-Uganda]

Connect practitioners with each other [lessons from APRM, Mercy Corps, Colombia Caribbean Strategy, IBSA, Indonesia Artificial Insemination, MexicoChile Fund, Costa Rica-Benin-Bhutan, SEGIB]

Promote capacity development [lessons from ACMECS, IPRCC, Indonesia Agriculture Extension, SEGIB, PAHO-TCC]


Good practices on South-South and Triangular Cooperation

The Good Practices Measure progress with flexible tools [lessons from Colombia Caribbean, Colombia Cooperation Maps, Mexico-Chile Fund, Niger Health Insurance] Coordinate Capacity Development through regional platforms and exercises [lessons from APRM, Colombia Caribbean Strategy, Indonesia-Artificial Insemination, JARCOM, PAHO Human Milk, PANCAP Brazil, SEGIB] Ensure that triangular cooperation is demand-driven and fully aligned to national plans, strategies and procedures of the receiving partner (lessons from all Asia case studies). Setting up triangular cooperation around mutual responsibilities (lessons from ACMECS, ArgentinaGuatemala-Spain, Argentina-Haiti, Chile-Paraguay-Spain, Indonesia Agriculture Extension, Indonesia Artificial Insemination). Balance political and technical leadership in managing KS mechanisms [lessons from ACMECS, APRM, IPRCC, PANCAP-Brazil, SEGIB]

Broker demand and supply under countries’ Leadership [lessons from ACMECS, Argentina-Guatemala-Spain, IPRCC, PAHO Human Milk, PANCAP-Brazil] Support country-led implementation with resultoriented approach [lessons from ACMECS, Colombia Caribbean Strategy, IPRCC, PAHO-TCC, SEGIB] Support the generation of national capacities in KS Partners [lessons from PAHO Human Milk, ArgentinaHaiti, Chile-Paraguay-Spain] Fund flexibly and in a targeted way [lessons from ACMECS, APRM, Indonesia-Artificial Insemination, Indonesia-Uganda, PAHO-TCC, SEGIB] Ensure quality [lessons from ACMECS, IPRCC, Mexico-Chile Fund, PAHOTCC, SEGIB]


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