Redefine International Cooperation

Towards 2030: An innovation that sparks more mutual and balanced development projects to solve practical sustainability challenges.

Triangular Cooperation with Asia


International relations are currently undergoing fundamental changes. The urgency of global challenges is growing, and the achievement of the 2030 Agenda can only be done by joining forces. Here’s where triangular cooperation comes into play: a new form of horizontal partnership where each partner has lessons to share and lessons to learn.


Triangular cooperation refers to development projects that are jointly planned, financed and implemented by

An established donor country

Facilitating Partner

A middle income country

Pivotal Partner

A beneficiary country

Beneficiary Partner



An Asian country providing South-South cooperation

A Developing Country


Triangular Cooperation projects aim to provide flexible and contextualized solutions to development challenges in beneficiary countries – while fostering partnerships that deal in practical ways with values, standards and criteria in international cooperation.

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Check out some real examples of Triangular Cooperation!

Triangular Cooperation Supports Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in Laos