Dirección General de Cooperación Multilateral (DIGECOOM)
The General Directorate of Multilateral Cooperation is responsible for the monitoring and evaluation of non-reimbursable technical cooperation programs and projects, financed with resources from multilateral sources. Likewise, it will maintain relations with multilateral cooperation agencies.
Purpose and functions of the General Directorate of Multilateral Cooperation
The General Directorate of Multilateral Cooperation will have the following purposes and functions:
Coordinate, monitor and evaluate the programs and projects of the Nonreimbursable Multilateral Technical and Financial Cooperation and strengthen the relationships with the organizations that grant this type of cooperation.
Implement the approved norms and procedures for the application, reception, management and evaluation of the multilateral technical and non-reimbursable financial cooperation.
Define, in coordination with the Vice Ministry of Planning and in consultation with the agencies involved, the non-financial commitments agreed upon with multilateral organizations derived from Non-Reimbursable Cooperations.
Coordinate the negotiation of multilateral agreements of non-reimbursable cooperation.
Evaluate and follow up on non-financial commitments and programs and projects executed with financing from Multilateral Reimbursable Cooperation.
Strengthen relations with the agencies of Multilateral Reimbursable Cooperation.
Coordinate with the Vice Ministry of Planning the programming of the financial commitments derived from the programs and projects of Multilateral Reimbursable Cooperation.
Manage the payment of dues, memberships and contributions to multilateral cooperation agencies and agencies.
Participate in sectoral and / or cross-cutting coordination tables of multilateral non-reimbursable cooperation.
Coordinate with the Office of the National Authorizing Officer of the European Development Funds, until their functions are transferred to the Vice Ministry of International Cooperation, negotiations and follow-up of the National and Regional Indicative Plans.
Follow up on compliance with the efficiency indicators of the Multilateral Reimbursable Cooperation.See more