Chilean International Cooperation Agency (AGCI)

Overview

Sector

Development Cooperation

Country

Chile

SDG

17 - Partnerships for the Goals

Organization Type

Government

URL

www.agci.cl

Description

About


Under the Ministry of Foreign Relations, the Chilean International Cooperation Agency (AGCI) is responsible for projecting the country’s international cooperation policy which is aimed at supporting development initiatives through addressing national development gaps and supporting domestic efforts for promoting more inclusive and equal societies abroad. Poverty eradication, overcoming inequality, the mitigation of the negative impact of climate change and the promotion of sustainable development are our shared goals. Our policy is focused primarily on Latin America countries and the Caribbean, focusing our development projects on the exchange of skills and knowledge in public policy areas where Chile has a comparative advantage.


Chilean cooperation is based on South-South cooperation and is aligned with the policies currently being developed in Latin America and the Caribbean - sharing experiences and policies for the development of our countries. Project ownership, knowledge sharing among different stakeholders, respect for the role of the diverse actors, and the implementation of long term programs are important components of this approach.

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