This new edition of ‘Briefing’ discusses South-South cooperation (SSC) monitoring and evaluation, considering the Brazilian experience. Nowadays, there is a growing demand  for the creation of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems that facilitate learning, support the improvement of initiatives and contribute to domestic and peer accountability. The paper points to the importance of M&E practices that recognize and absorb, conceptually and practically, the singularities of South-South cooperation, such as its principles and approaches.

In addition, robust M&E practices have the potential to inform the international development agenda, and in the Brazilian case, the building of a future technical cooperation policy. Finally, the text points out recommendations to strengthen the M&E of SSC.

Read it here.