CENTRE FOR SOUTH-SOUTH TECHNICAL COOPERATION
Non-Aligned Movement Centre for South-South Technical Cooperation (NAM CSSTC) was
established in 1995 at the initiative of the Government of Indonesia and the
Government of Brunei Darussalam at the eleventh Summit of NAM held in Cartagena,
Colombia, as one of the vital and effective means for promoting and accelerating
development in the developing countries.
function of NAM CSSTC is a centre for action and pooling resources as well as a
forum for dialogue to attain the development objectives of both NAM member and
Strengthen national capacities and collective self-reliance of developing
Contribute to the acceleration and enhancement of national development by
strengthening and expanding South-South Cooperation in the context of
international development cooperation.
capacity building to achieve the development goals of NAM member countries in
attaining sustained people-centred development and to enable developing
countries to participate more actively and equally in the process of
the collective self-reliance of developing countries in attaining sustained
people-centred economic and social development and to enable developing
countries to become equal partners in international relations.
Focused on direct and long term benefits to render the economy of developing countries to be more broad-based, efficient and resilient, towards sustainable and equitable development.
Support poverty eradication; the development of microfinance, small and medium enterprises, information and communication technology, health, agriculture, environment including disaster risk management, new and renewable sources of energy, democracy and good governance building, political participation, constitution building, electoral justice, public-private partnership, international trade, as well as good public and private governance.