The factsheet of China Namibia South-South Cooperation Project contains the development challenge in Namibia, development solution with the support of the FAO-China SSC Programme, key results achieved during the China-Namibia SSC project, success stories sharing and scaling up conclusion.
In the last two decades, Brazil has reached a level of development thanks to many successful public policies aiming to eradicate hunger, promote , rural development and strengthen family farming, which have made the country a reference in the region, arousing great interest of the international community, particularly in Latin American, the Caribbean and African countries.
Slide presentation of the webinar held on 31 January 2019. As targets of SDG3, to end of preventable deaths of newborns and children under 5 and the elimination of HIV and other communicable diseases should remain priorities on the agenda for global health development. Over 90% of new HIV infections among infants and young children occur through MTCT. Successful practices of EMTCT have managed to reduce the transmission risk from 20-45% to less than 2%.
South-South and triangular cooperation (SSC and TrC) have become key components of global development discussions and are set to play an important role in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). UNICEF Brazil has included SSC as a central element of its country programme (2012-2016) and has created a dedicated unit to implement it. This study systematizes key lessons from UNICEF Brazil’s experiences and seeks to support knowledge sharing and improve UNICEF’s understanding of the strategic value of SSC.
In 2013, UNICEF Brazil and the Brazilian Government, via the Brazilian Cooperation Agency (ABC) of the Ministry of External Relations (MRE), joined efforts to foster Trilateral South-South Cooperation (TSSC) with other developing countries. This partnership was created to tap into the wealth of development experience, knowledge, skills and resources available in Brazil.
Slide presentation of the webinar held on 28 June 2018. The Community of Practice on South-South Cooperation for Children (CoP-SSC4C) organised its second thematic webinar. This time, the topic was South-South Cooperation’s added value in expanding access to development tools, technology and innovations for children.
Slide presentation from the webinar held on 24 May 2018. The Community of Practice on South-South Cooperation for Children (CoP-SSC4C) organised its first thematic webinar on SDG 6: Clean water and sanitation, with a focus on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH). It has provided an opportunity for members of the Community to come together and share good practices in WASH and to discuss how WASH solutions are shared globally and scaled-up through South-South cooperation.
Tunisia's national school feeding programme targets some 240,000 children in 2,500 schools. Fully funded by the national government, Tunisia's investment in school meals totalled USD 13.2 million in school year 2014/2015. The programme is under the responsability of the Ministry of Education and implemented in a highly decentralized manner, where all food procurement and management is done at the school level.