Co-organizers: Thailand, IADB and OAS
The focus of this Round Table is on the exploration of sub regional, regional and inter-regional cooperation successful experiences where collective action led to innovation and value added results. Particular attention will be paid to:
What kind of value added do arrangements of south-south cooperation with multi-stakeholder provide at the sub-regional, regional and inter-regional level?
How to deal with the barriers associated with cooperation among a large number of partners and the “cost” of incorporating in the “South” countries’ agenda.
How are decision made in multi-stakeholder SSC? How to ensure that decisions are demand driven?
- Which is the role of the partners in triangular cooperation? How to maximize positive inputs from these partners?
Alfonso Quiñonez: OAS.
Banchong Amorncewin: Thailand
Julián Muñoz: Plan Trifinio
Sanjit Bunker Roy: BRAC
Jerome Afeikhena: APRM
Laura Bacalandro: IADB