Triangular co-operation is a highly relevant mechanism to implement the 2030 Agenda. There is a great variety of triangular co-operation in terms of scale, scope, regions, sectors and project types. Available project data and evaluations point to an increase, in the number of projects, their budgets and their durations since.
This online database includes information on triangular co-operation projects that countries, international organisations, representatives of the private sector, civil society, philanthropy and sub-national actors shared with the OECD. The database is being progressively expanded as the actors involved in triangular co-operation report their activities to the OECD (information to be included in the database can be sent to Triangularfirstname.lastname@example.org).
The database can be searched by the actors involved (i.e. countries, international organisations or other non-governmental actors) as well as by sector, budget range, whether costs are shared and start date. Specific data of particular interest can be downloaded (see instructions below the map) as well as the full database (xls,200 kb).
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Double click on a country and the list of projects in the database for that country will appear in the "Search Results" below. To access activity-level data, click on the "View Data" icon which opens a new window.
Click on the "Full data" tab and select "Show all columns" to display the data. You can also export the data by clicking on the line "Download all rows as a text file"