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South-South Cooperation - Brazil Country Office

This is brief analysis of the South-South Cooperation activities with Brazil conducted by the World Bank from the period from FY10 to FY13. In the end, a M&E system is presented in order to organize future SSC activities.

Igor Carneiro

on 6 March 2014

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Regional Analysis
•Knowledge producer. Knowledge is produced all across the World Bank. One example is the Development Economics Unit, which provides intellectual leadership and analytical services to the Bank and the development community.
•Knowledge customizer. World Bank task teams and country offices interact directly with clients organizing and applying knowledge from a wide range of sources to help countries address their development challenges.
•Knowledge connector. The World Bank's engagement through global partnerships and facilitation of South-South exchanges highlights its role as connector. Operational units perform this role as a part of their client services, while the World Bank Institute (WBI) focuses mainly on this role. WBI facilitates regional and global knowledge exchange by linking country practitioners and policy makers to sources and centers of cutting-edge knowledge and innovation across the world.

South-South Cooperation
Brazil Country Office
FY10 - 13

Sector Analysis
South-South Cooperation (SSC) is the sharing of knowledge, technologies, experience and skills between two or more developing countries. It promotes collaboration among developing countries in practically all sectors and includes constructing new and strengthening current bridges of interaction and communication between themselves, for a continuous process of joint cooperation.
Sustainable Development
Human Development
Poverty Reduction and Economic Management
Brazil South-South Cooperation Indicators
OK...In theory everything looks great!
How is it actually going to work?
As soon as a TTL foresees a demand in a SSC activity, s/he will visit the Brazil SSC Portal and fill a new request form...
External Evaluation Survey... at the click of a button!!
Hurray!! Finally done!!
Not really... remember to follow-up!!!
So... after this crazy process.. what is the final result?? How is it going to help M&E SSC activities in Brazil CMU?
Et voi lá!!
Brazil SSC M&E Dashboard!
Operational (process), Tactical (output) and Strategic (outcome) indicators, making sure that all levels of M&E are covered and portraying the effectiveness of SSC activities in Brazil!
Igor A.B. Carneiro
South-South Cooperation and the World Bank
WBI - South South KE Portal

WWP - World Without Poverty

UN Office for SSC

Online Handbook for SSC

The South-South Opportunity

South-South GATE

Thank you!!
Useful SSC Links
Proposal Phase
Implementation & Evaluation Phase
TTL Procedures Directions
TTL Procedures Directions
Step 1...
Step 2...
Step 1...
Step 2...
"The Bank’s engagement with global partnerships and in South-South exchanges highlights its role as connector.
Connecting or convening can also involve drawing from the data, research, and expertise of client countries and other development partners. While this is the main function of the World Bank Institute, other units of the Bank also perform this role, as an integral part of their client services."
The State of World Bank Knowledge Services (2011)
Country Services
Know-how and financing
Latin America & Caribbean Region (LCR)
(Sub-Saharan Africa)
Middle East &
North Africa
Europe & Central Asia (ECA)
South Asia Region
East Asia & The Pacific (EAP)
+ Australia
Every link will have a short description of its content and importance to SSC
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