This report presents and discuss the main contemporary methodologies of measurement on international cooperation for development (including North-South and South-South cooperation). Aiming to build a monitoring system for international development flows through public budget were raised the main characteristics, critics and discussions about this methodologies. We focus on three central points: modalities (nature of the flows); instruments (mechanisms of which cooperation is developed) and unity of measurement (which indicators are used for measurement). The research was supported by Oxfam Brazil.

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SILVA, Daniel Martins; SUYAMA, Bianca; POMEROY, Melissa; SANTOS, Vinicius Sousa dos. Overview of monitoring international development cooperation flows: opportunities and challenges for building a Brazilian methodology. São Paulo: Articulação Sul, 2016.