Strategic Partners

Our Partners

The World Organization of Governance and Competitiveness (WOGC) is firmly committed to promote Public-Private Partnership as a tool for development and as one of the most reliable sources of support for the implementation of the new Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development around the world.

WOGC has established since its launching held on September 19, 2016 several alliances and strategic partnerships with Governments, IGO's, NGO's, Academia, and private sector with a view to strengthening its contributions to national capacity building, best practices, lessons learned and share experiences, ICT's connections and the integration of the "Global Network on Governance and Competitiveness to support the UNSDGs".

Likewise, WOGC has started to partner with the UNFPA South-South Unit, in particular by addressing relevant issues such as the "High-level Meeting on Media, Education and Global Governance for the UNSDG", held on March 11, 2016 and the High-level Meeting on the role of Public-Private Partnership, including Blockchain and Culture, as a tool for implementing SDG-16", held on October 13, 2016 at the United Nations Headquarters.

WOGC also signed an strategic partnership with Plan Trifinio, on July 2016, the "Global Network on Governance and Competitiveness to support the UNSDGs" was established as a public-private partnership agreement between the National Executive Director of the "Trifinio Plan, El Salvador" and the World Organization of Governance & Competitiveness.

The Trifinio Plan reveals the advances made in the management of the natural resources of a trans-national watershed, through the political will of the countries at the highest level, institutionalized through an international treaty, making way for a new form of organizational management.

Given the aim of the Trifinio Plan of contributing to the integration of Central American countries, joint actions will be oriented towards the integrated, harmonious, and balanced development of the trans-national region belonging to the three countries: El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras."Tri-national integration" is taken as a process for facilitating the flow of goods, services, and people between the three countries.

On the other hand, the relevance of this partnership agreement with the World Organization of Governance & Competitiveness lies in the full alignment of this model with the principles of win-win cooperation; the principle of Integration and Coordination; the Principle of Inclusiveness and Openness; as well as our common objective to protect the Environment by raising public awareness on concerning ecological conservation featuring respect for, conformity with and protection of nature.

To this end, the vision of the Trifinio Plan sought to outline actions with a focus on sustainable development based upon citizen participation, decentralization, and the sustainable management resources, equity, and the incorporation of a gender perspective. In other words, all the elements that are envisioned in the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals.