China-New Zealand-Cook Islands Triangular Aid Project on Water Supply
Recently, the Pacific region seems to be a testing place for China’s growing triangular aid cooperation. The China–New Zealand–Cook Islands triangular project on water supply (Te Mato Vai) is an interesting case study as it claims to be China’s first triangular aid project with traditional donors. Based on my fieldwork research, this In Brief aims to provide a succinct summary of this project and some early observations to inform future triangular cooperation.
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