Triangular Cooperation Initiatives

This section outlines the Triangular Cooperation Initiatives co-financed under the ADELANTE Window. Each of these Initiatives is led by a Triangular Cooperation Partnership* and corresponds to the ADELANTE 2 definition of Triangular Cooperation**.

The 15 Initiatives co-financed through the ADELANTE Window 2021 are currently showcased. All of them have been implemented with great success during the period August 2021 - April 2022. The Initiatives co-financed through the ADELANTE Window 2022, which are currently in the final formulation phase and awaiting assessment and, where applicable, approval by DG INTPA, will also be presented shortly.

Detailed information on the Partnership and on the respective Initiative can be found on each minisite. At a later stage, when the corresponding ex-post evaluation exercises are carried out for each of Initiative (foreseen approximately one year after their completion), information will also be provided on the impact achieved.

To find out more or to contact one of the member entities of the Partnerships, click here.


* Triangular Cooperation Partnerships are comprised of European, Latin American and Caribbean entities, each of which fulfils one of the Triangular Cooperation roles in order to harness the full potential of this modality to meet the development challenges of today.

** Triangular Cooperation is a horizontal and partnership-centred modality, in which the complementary knowledge and experience of the different partners, as well as their resources, are harnessed to create joint solutions that respond to development challenges.

An intervention can be considered Triangular Cooperation when at least three partners participate, and each of them assumes one of the following roles:

  • Beneficiary: seeks support to meet a development challenge and makes its knowledge and experience available, as well as financial resources in certain cases.
  • First provider: has experience in addressing the same development challenge in a similar context as the Beneficiary, shares its knowledge and experience with the Partnership and, in certain cases, financial resources.
  • Second provider: contributes to strengthening the Partnership and provides support through its knowledge, experience and financial resources.


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