Good Practices in South-South and Triangular Cooperation for Sustainable Development in SIDS. Advancing SAMOA Pathway and Achieving Sustainable Recovery
Because island communities are at the frontlines of a changing world, they are spawning a wide range of solutions, some of which are addressing transnational development challenges. Many of these solutions need to be nurtured, promoted, scaled-up and implemented by different SIDS as nations co-operate and learn from each other.
As the examples of innovative solutions grow, there is increasing recognition that South-South cooperation between Small Island Developing States (SIDS) and triangular cooperation (involving multilateral partners or the donor community) can accelerate the attainment of global international frameworks like the SAMOA Pathway and the SDGs.
This publication on “Good Practices in South-South and Triangular Cooperation for Sustainable Development in SIDS - Advancing the SAMOA Pathway and Achieving Sustainable Recovery” attests to the innovative ways different models of international cooperation can support SIDS to overcome shared challenges and accelerate progress towards sustainable development, including recovery from COVID-19.
This publication showcases some effective South-South and triangular practices and innovative development solutions, in areas such as climate change, sustainable energy, sustainable transport and disaster risk reduction.