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FAO’s South South and Triangular Cooperation to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals

Fostering partnerships among the global South









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    South-South and Triangular Cooperation in FAO - Strengthening partnerships to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals 2019
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    Sustainable Development calls for strengthened partnerships in the implementation of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including North–South, South–South, and triangular partnerships. The report South–South and Triangular Cooperation in FAO: Strengthening Partnerships to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals illustrates how South–South and triangular cooperation (SSTC) can be leveraged to enhance agricultural productivity and improve food security and nutrition in the developing world. It aims to deepen the understanding of the role and contribution of SSTC to agricultural development, food security, and nutrition. The report also offers practical lessons on how SSTC could be further strengthened and scaled-up in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda with the support of the United Nations system, multilateral organizations and other development partners.
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    South-South and Triangular Cooperation Guidelines for Action
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    2022
    The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has embraced South-South and triangular cooperation (SSTC) as a key delivery modality to catalyse agricultural development, food security, rural development, poverty reduction and nutrition over the past two decades. FAO has strengthened its support for SSTC since 2012, and the SSTC portfolio has been expanding in line with the progressive institutionalization of SSTC in FAO. The main objective of the new SSTC Guidelines for Action is to develop a results-focused vision and structure, providing strategic direction for FAO’s SSTC programme and strengthening FAO’s position as global advocate, convener, broker, facilitator and enabler of SSTC in the area of agri-food systems.
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    South-South and Triangular Cooperation. Revised edition 2015. 2014
    There is a growing consensus around the world, affirming South-South and Triangular Cooperation as effective instruments for catalyzing agricultural development. South-South Cooperation (SSC) is widely accepted as a complementary model of development cooperation to the traditional North- South model, in overcoming common challenges and achieving food security, poverty reduction and the sustainable management of natural resources. South-South Cooperation is the mutual sharing and exchange of key development solutions – knowledge, experiences and good practices, policies, technology, and resources – between and among countries in the global south. Triangular Cooperation (TrC) refers to partnerships between two or more developing countries in collaboration with a third partner, typically a developed country/traditional donor, emerging economy and/or multilateral organization to share key development solutions – knowledge, capacity, expertise, experiences and good practices, policies, tech nology and resources.

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