Entity: OECD

The value added of triangular co-operation: lessons learned from the EU-LAC programme for triangular co-operation (Adelante)

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 […]

Decentralised Development Co-operation. Unlocking the potential of cities and regions». Policy Papers No22

The Addis Ababa Action Agenda raises the urgency to address growing financing and capacity needs at all levels of government in developing countries (para. 34) while the 2030 Agenda calls to “localise” the SDGs. In its High Level Communiqué of 31 October 2017, the DAC stressed that “complex challenges increasingly require coherent approaches at all […]

Triangular co-operation in the era of the 2030 agenda: sharing evidence and stories from the field

Triangular Co-operation in the Era of the 2030 Agenda is a publication by the Global Partnership Initiative (GPI) on Effective Triangular Co-operation. It was prepared by a team led by the OECD Development Co-operation Directorate, consisting of Nadine Piefer (lead, OECD), Jeets Hargovan (Strategic Alternatives, South Africa), and Rebecca McKimm (OECD), with the extensive support […]

Dispelling the myths of triangular co-operation– Evidence from the 2015 OECD survey on triangular co-operation

Triangular co-operation features in the 2030 Agenda and the Addis Ababa Action Agenda as an instrument to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. It combines the comparative advantages of the different partners involved, creates synergies, promotes learning among all partners and builds relationships based on trust. However, several myths have developed about triangular co-operation projects 1) […]