18 December 2020 Press release
During 2020, a year marked by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Prince’s Government’s Department of International Cooperation has introduced a special system of emergency aid in its partner countries* to...Read more of COVID-19: Monaco remains loyal to cooperation partners in 2020
15 December 2020 News flash
In accordance with the agreement signed in Geneva by the Prince’s Government and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) on 23 May 2018, Ms Isabelle Rosabrunetto, Director General of th...Read more of Monaco and ICRC sign three-year funding plan for 2021–2023
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation and the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs have Renewed their Partnership to Support Yo...27 November 2020 Press release
Today, Friday, 27 November 2020, Mr. Laurent Anselmi, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, and H.E. Mr.LaurentStefanini, Ambassador of France to Monaco, renewed the initiative to benefit yo...Read more of The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation and the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs have Renewed their Partnership to Support Yo...
25 November 2020 Press release
From Monday 23 to Wednesday 25 November, more than 500 pupils in Monaco voted for their favourite film as members of the jury for the Children’s Prize at Le Temps Presse, a festival supported by th...Read more of Le Temps Presse Festival 2020 : more than 4,000 pupils and students help to choose winners
29 September 2020 News flash
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation recently signed an agreement with the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) to promote...Read more of Monaco and Tunisia: a partnership to empower women
The Prince's Government and the ALIPH Foundation Sign a Partnership Agreement to Protect Endangered Cultural Heritage27 May 2020 Press release
Laurent Anselmi, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, and Valéry Freland, ExecutiveDirector of the ALIPH Foundation, have signed a Partnership Agreement between the Principality of Monaco a...Read more of The Prince's Government and the ALIPH Foundation Sign a Partnership Agreement to Protect Endangered Cultural Heritage
11 March 2020 Press release
On Tuesday 10 March 2020, members of the Monaco Humanitarian Collective (charities, treatment centres and the Prince’s Government) held their traditional annual meeting. The Collective has achieved...Read more of Monaco Collectif Humanitaire : Bilan 2019
18 February 2020 Press release
From 12 to 14 February 2020, a Monegasque delegation,* led by Laurent Anselmi, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, visited Mali to hold talks with the Malian authorities and meet the partn...Read more of Visit to Mali by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation
Winter School - The Prince's Government Raises Awareness among Sciences Po Students of Rights in the MENA* Region30 January 2020 Press release
From 20 to 24 January, for the sixth consecutive year, the Department of International Cooperation (D.C.I.) held a "Winter School" at the Middle East-Mediterranean Campus of the Sciences...Read more of Winter School - The Prince's Government Raises Awareness among Sciences Po Students of Rights in the MENA* Region
05 December 2019 News flash
On Thursday 5 December, Le Temps Presse, the festival supported by the Prince’s Government, took over the Variety Theatre in Monaco. More than 400 school pupils in the Principality voted for their...Read more of Le Temps Presse Festival 2019 - More than 3,000 pupils and students help to choose winners
Public Aid for Development and International Cooperation
H.S.H. the Sovereign Prince Albert II considers of particular importance the implementation of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), adopted by the United Nations in September 2015.
The Government of the Principality’s international development policy, which prioritises combatting poverty, is especially interested in the first eight SDGs and their focus on people, through with four main themes:
- Food security
- Socio-economic inclusion
The Prince’s Government’s Public Aid for Development, implemented by the Department of International Cooperation, supports more than 130 projects every year in 11 partner countries, primarily least developed countries.
Almost all Monegasque aid is allocated in the form of donations.
The most vulnerable populations are the core target of Monaco’s international development policy. They include children, women, people with disabilities, refugees and so on.
There is also a focus on emergency humanitarian aid, given in response to various crises around the world (natural disasters and political conflicts).
Public Aid for Development has been constantly developping since 2015.
For more information, go to the Monegasque cooperation for development website.