International Development Cooperation

In today’s world, countries are becoming increasingly interconnected and interdependent, and building a community with a shared future for humankind is becoming a broad consensus. At present, foreign aid is dominated by official development assistance led by developed countries and South-South cooperation built jointly by countries of the South. The international development cooperation advocated by China is a multi-bilateral international cooperation (including humanitarian assistance) in the field of economic and social development, under the framework of South-South cooperation, through foreign aid and other means. As there are both opportunities and challenges in promoting international development cooperation along the Belt and Road, this issue will track the development needs of the Belt and Road countries, as well as the cutting-edge developments in international development cooperation between China and other multi-bilateral mechanisms, with a focus on key areas such as addressing climate change, helping to eradicate poverty, supporting ecological protection, improving infrastructure and promoting gender equality.
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