South-South and Triangular Cooperation and Networks for Global Governance (SSTC/ NGG)

Objective

  • Government of Indonesian improves their international development cooperation system

Description

South-South and triangular cooperation arrangements are key tools of international cooperation. South-South cooperation is a broad framework for collaboration among countries of the South in the political, economic, social, cultural and technical domains. It may involve two or more countries.
The project is working in cooperation with the Government of Indonesia to build on the current results achieved through South-South and Triangular Cooperation and Networks for Global Governance, specifically on their transformation from a recipient to a recipient and provider of development cooperation (SSTC).

On the other hand, the project works with the Indonesian government in their role and in global foras (NGG). In SSTC the aim is e.g. to make Indonesian development cooperation more effective by improving the institutional setup (creating a development agency). Beside CB measures also selected SSTC projects (e.g. peer learning) will be supported.

In the area of NGG the projects work with GoI especially in the implementation of Agenda 2030 on national and international level. Also, G20 and ASEAN are possible fields of cooperation.

Field of intervention

  • Governance
  • Transparency
  • International cooperation
  • SSTC
  • SSC
  • Agenda 2030
  • SDGs
  • G20 Single Agency

Targeted beneficiaries

  • Government of Indonesia (especially MoFA, MoF, Ministry of Planning and Development (BAPPENAS), Ministry of Statesecretariat), CSO, Private Sector and Academe

Achievements

  • To intensify South-South and triangular cooperation, the project is working with the National Coordination Team to establish the development agency now that the process for the development agency (It Single Agency) has been finalised.
  •  The project contributed to implementation of SDGs in Indonesia by assisting the government to develop their National Action Plan (2018-2019) by having for the first time a multi stakeholder process involving cso, academia and private sector.
COUNTRY

Indonesia

DURATION

January 2015 - February 2019

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