Throughout 2019, Bolivia had 106 cooperation actions, projects and programs under execution. Slightly more than one half of these initiatives were implemented through Bilateral SSC (51%), 29% was developed through Regional SSC and the remaining 20% corresponded to Triangular Cooperation. Its main partners were Peru, Brazil and Colombia.
Bolivia predominantly acted as recipient in the framework of Bilateral and Triangular modalities, its interventions as provider being more specific. Through these exchanges, this country strengthened its capacities and knowledge in the Agriculture and livestock, Environment, Health, and Water supply and sanitation sectors, among others. As provider, Bolivia transferred its experience to other Ibero-American partners in matters related to Agriculture and livestock, Water supply and sanitation and Peace, public and national security and defense.
Fulfilling its commitment to the achievement of the 2030 Agenda, Bolivia’s more than 100 initiatives contributed to advance the implementation of SDG 2 (Zero hunger), SDG 3 (Good health and well-being), SDG 6 (Clean water and sanitation) and SDG 11 (Sustainable cities and communities).