Cooperación Sur-Sur y cooperación triangular

Success stories

11 Jun 2021
Through the consolidated SSTC mechanism, FAO promotes the exchange of knowledge and good practices based on the concept of solidarity and willingness to share and learn from one another. As countries share and exchange development solutions, they are able to co-learn, co-innovate, co-develop, and mutually improve relevant and sustainable technologies. SSTC is at the core of the Agenda 2030 as a means for knowledge sharing and partnership building, towards the achievement of all the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
17 Apr 2020
Since 2015, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has joined forces with the Mexican Agency for International Development Cooperation (AMEXCID) to implement the ‘Mesoamerica hunger free’ South-South cooperation programme.  
10 Apr 2020
This project was designed as a response to the increasing demand for South-South and triangular cooperation (SSTC) on rice production statistics, as countries seek to build on the specific strengths and experiences of those who have progressed further in upscaling their anti-hunger programmes.
12 Mar 2020
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations’ (FAO) Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) initiative aims to safeguard the world’s threatened agricultural heritage by promoting, at the global level, the identification, conservation and international recognition of remarkable agricultural heritage sites and their associated landscapes, agricultural biodiversity, knowledge systems and cultures. The FAO–China South-South Cooperation (SSC) project Strengthening the Implementation of the GIAHS Initiative through Capacity Development has promoted exchanges of experiences and technical knowledge among over 100 participating countries. The project has implemented a systematic and substantial capacity development programme through global conferences, training courses and seminars. These...
02 Mar 2020
SSTC represents an opportunity for the exchange of knowledge and experiences, generating innovation in terms of technology and management of the cotton sector in the countries involved in the +Cotton Project. Through the +Cotton Project, a regional network of more than 70 public and private sector actors have been mobilized in the partner countries, uniting efforts to make the cotton value chain competitive, and supporting family farmers’ access to markets, resulting in an increase in their quality of life and their livelihoods.
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