Case Study on South-South Cooperation: PRC-ADB Knowledge-Sharing Platform
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This case study documents the rationale of the KSP and how it contributes to the effective exchange of knowledge and experience, its strengths and weaknesses, outlines the lessons learned and identifies challenges.
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The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the People's Republic of China (PRC) both have stories to tell the emerging economies - accounts of decades of development knowledge and experience that would serve as a valuable source of learning and an excellent starting point for regional cooperation and collaboration. The need to share development knowledge with other developing member countries and emerging economies around the world led PRC and ADB to establish a joint knowledge-sharing platform (KSP) in 2009.
The aim of the KSP is 'to share knowledge, facilitate dialogue, and strengthen partnerships and networks among the governments of the PRC and other developing countries in Asia and the Pacific Region (the region).' Its focus is on emerging issues and challenges faced by developing countries in the region.
- Executive Summary
- Context and Background
- South-South Cooperation Activities
- Key Challenges for South-South Cooperation
- Lessons Learned and Next Steps