Throughout 2019, Chile had 294 cooperation actions, projects and programs under execution. Nearly 2 out of 3 of these almost 300 initiatives were implemented in the Bilateral framework, while the remaining third was distributed in equal proportions between Regional and Triangular modalities (17% of the total in each case).
Chile participated in this cooperation predominantly as provider but it also combined the exercise of the two roles. In this sense, its exercise of the role “both” explains 40% of its interventions under the bilateral modality and around 90% of its regional initiatives. As a result of these exchanges, this country could transfer its experience in Legal and judicial development and Human Rights, Health, Strengthening institutions and public policies, Disaster management and Environment; while it strengthened its own knowledge and capacities in Strengthening institutions and public policies, Agriculture and livestock, Environment, Other services and social policies and Health.
Chile’s SS and Triangular cooperation was especially intense with partners such as Mexico, Argentina and Peru. Through these exchanges, it could potentially contribute to the achievement of SDG 11 (Sustainable cities and communities), SDG 16 (Peace, justice and strong institutions) and SDG 3 (Good health and well-being).