Co-operation results

Summary – 10 Main results - 2015

  • The conclusion of the DAC Examination of Co-operation Policy
  • The conclusion of the negotiation of the Sustainable Development Agenda - including the co-ordination of the national position on the means of implementation of Agenda 2030 (Addis Abeba Action Agenda) and the participation in the negotiating process of the “Paris Agreement” at the 21st COP which will, from 2020, replace the Kyoto Protocol;
  • The definition ot the participation in representation of the Portuguese co-operation in the process of statistical modernization of ODA and new measures of the public effort of Financing Sustainable Development (TOOSD);
  • Co-ordination of the National Programme of the European Year of Development;
  • The design of the Strategic Co-operation Programmes - PEC RGB, PEC Angola, Memorandum of Understanding of the PEC with Cape Verde, Addenda PIC Angola;
  • The preparation of the Conference of Donors for Guinea-Bissau held in Brussels on 25 March, as well as at the Preparatory Meeting which took place in Accra on 9 March, and also at the International Conference for Private Investors and Development Partners of São Tomé and Príncipe – SteP in London – which took place in on 14 and 15 October;
  • The conclusion of the statistical report to DAC/OECD of the financial effort of the Portuguese co-operation (ODA), and of other types of flow with impact on development in time and with proven quality (in 2015, for the third consecutive year, Portugal obtained the classification of Excellent in this statistical notification); 
  • The Operational Strategy of Humanitarian and Emergency Action was approved and published in 2015 (RCM no. 65/2015, of 27 August);
  • Management and/or monitoring of the implementation of about 100 projects and bilateral co-operation activities in partnership with the civil society (including in the area of Education for Development), management of 66 co-operation agents and 342 study grants;
  • The implementation of the commitments inherent to the Action Plan of the National Strategy for Development Education 2010-2015 (ENED), which was extended until 31 December 2016.