During 2019, Brazil participated in 184 cooperation actions, projects and programs. One half of these initiatives were implemented through Bilateral SSC (51%), almost one third (32%) through Regional Cooperation and the remaining 17% was executed in the framework of Triangular Cooperation. Although Brazil participated in this cooperation by combining the exercise of several roles, initiatives in which this country transferred its capacities and acted as provider, prevailed.
Through the combination of these modalities and roles, SS and Triangular Cooperation in which Brazil participated in 2019 allowed this country to share its experience in sectors such as Health, Environment, Water supply and sanitation and Agriculture and livestock, among others. It could also strengthen its own capacities through different initiatives on various topics mainly related to Environment, Strengthening institutions and public policies, Disaster management and Education.
During 2019, Brazil’s main partners were Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and Peru. This country’s cooperation contributed to advance the achievement of SDG 3 (Good health and well-being), SDG 11 (Sustainable cities and communities) and SDG 6 (Clean water and sanitation).