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Benin, Bhutan and Costa Rica entered into a partnership through the South-South Cooperation Programme for Sustainable Development, with the financial support from the Kingdom of the Netherlands. This initiative was established in 2002 based on the principles of equality, reciprocity and participation of all societal stakeholders.

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Benin and Costa Rica to develop South-South Cooperation

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From Young women in Benin, to the Calazans Home and Talamanca Highland in Costa Rica, the projects financing by the Programme for South-South Cooperation (PSC) allowed very vulnerable populations to have access to education and training. Based on the principles of equality (of partner countries and stakeholders); reciprocity (among partner countries and stakeholders) and participation (of civil society, vulnerable groups, governments, academia and business...) South-South cooperation is leading to increased sense of ownership and self reliance.