IBSA

The India, Brazil and South Africa (IBSA) Fund is a remarkable example of cooperation among three developing countries and constitutes a pioneering initiative to implement South-South cooperation for the benefit of other Southern countries in partnership with the UN system. Its purpose is to identify replicable and scalable projects that can be disseminated to interested developing countries as examples of best practices in the fight against poverty and hunger. It was established in 2004 and became operational in 2006.

Highlights


Overview of Development Impact

Feedback from Partners

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Burundi

Cambodia

Cape Verde

Guinea-Bissau

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Haiti

Lao PDR

Palestine

Sierra Leone

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Viet Nam

   

 

Besides providing the IBSA Fund with public visibility, this site is intended to provide a workspace for collaboration among the IBSA focal points around the world.

 

It is a platform for sharing information and promoting effective implementation of IBSA projects.

For this reason, most of the site requires login.

 

 

IBSA Fund Overview and Project Portfolio

 

IBSA Fund Photobook

 

 

IBSA Fund Video