We present our latest study on International Cooperation!

Where is Latin America and the Caribbean located in the current scenario of International Cooperation? Is it a priority region on the donors’ agenda? What topics seem to be the most important for International Cooperation? Which populations or communities occupy a priority place?

We address these and other questions in our new research: “Trends in International Cooperation in Latin America and the Caribbean.” A study that seeks to provide current information to understand the scenario of International Cooperation in our region. At RACI, we make this analysis available based on the results of an open survey at the regional level, as well as interviews conducted with different actors from civil society and international cooperation.

We hope that the proposal contributes to providing tools to civil society organizations in the region on the current scenario of International Cooperation, identifying the main challenges and recommendations when working with this type of collaboration.