About Singapore Cooperation Programme
The Singapore Cooperation Programme (SCP) was established in 1992 to serve as the primary platform through which Singapore offers technical assistance to other countries. Given our limited resources, we share our experience and expertise – in particular, in human resource development and economic development – with other countries in lieu of providing direct financial assistance. To date, the SCP has trained over 80,000 government officials from 170 countries in the Asia Pacific, Africa, Middle East, Eastern Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean. Each year, we conduct some 300 courses and train close to 7,000 government officials.