UNDP published a handbook on "How to Build a National Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI): Using the MPI to inform the SDGs", jointly produced with the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI) at University of Oxford. UNDP partners with a broad range of formal and informal civil society organisations that are outside the state and market. In 2019, UNDP established the SDG Finance Sector Hub to bring coherence and scale to its work on financing for the Sustainable Development Goals, with a range of services to support public and private partners in figuring out how to shift from funding to financing Agenda 2030. Lw`g5)r$BM& |STK6d'Vwm\v;nIHv18 ,jz|miX T2T J.nX}Z$>~$7d_ZSw>s-@^CDEbq(gr7/6VOz[4!n*jI74)$jl,9iEYXb5j0 _ G+% Meanwhile, the world is experiencing mega-trends which can affect prospects for achieving the SDGs. It offers a framework to identify, track and prioritize the furthest behind; better understand and address the spectrum of deprivations and disadvantages that leave people behind across the SDGs. And wisely identifying and managing risks requires a different set of skills and approaches. The 2030 Agenda offers a unique opportunity to put the whole world on a more prosperous and sustainable development path.

UNDP has projects related to private sector development or engagement in most of the countries and territories where we provide assistance. All rights reserved. Reference Guide to UNCT on Mainstreaming the 2030 Agenda, SDG Country Reporting Guidelines as a reference for UNCTs, New guidance for UN Development Action Frameworks, Joint Fund for the 2030 Agenda, an inter-agency pooled fund to facilitate integrated policy support at the country level. governance >~^~m8[T T xJSyxJg!

Activities include advocacy for the SDGs and the New Deal, and their mainstreaming in national development strategies and plans, strengthening intra-governmental and development partner coordination for SDG achievement, and advocating for international cooperation to address issues related to fragility, conflict and crisis. The G20 Action Plan reflects the comprehensiveness and universality of the 2030 Agenda by focusing on G20 collective actions and including the contribution of the entire G20 agenda and all work streams towards the SDGs. x=r7?O_ HwCq8t;0b7|ay1o\/O_/WWjsur~M_ifRUTzRB5zev|3zVo>9ALOI ~VBzryI9^zxo/EHYF2A]9(5[XNdYT6aH~_9YY5p_~Hk{vOGSS+&)T>h+d'!LB)J* (vsm,~1!Z!&o|= #3ao't:S'2/T]m Our modus operandi is the leveraging of interlinkages across SDG goals and targets - more specifics in the individual entries above and below. Emv#a>?WF`QXQ[>s;PgbkApU~p~X15^v{RAS3m N+gXSy?L5Hwiga DYh3 T 8tK'M(]r/Oe|{AZ0 It is organised by the UN SDG Action Campaign (which is hosted by UNDP) with the support of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development and the German Federal Foreign Office. pb.=I$(. In close collaboration with partners in the UN system, think tanks and academia, UNDP deploys and strengthens country capacities to rollout integrated analytical tools and approaches as part of its service offer on SDG integration and its support to MAPS engagements. In an effort to reinforce the principle to leave no one behind in its own operations, UNDP has introduced an LNOB marker, a unique way to monitor and track its investment in particular groups that are often left behind including: people with disabilities; migrants; etc.

UNDP hosts the UN SDG Action Campaign that supports the UN system and Member States on awareness-raising, generating political will, empowering and inspiring people across the world to act on the SDGs.

Link to UNDP Strategic Plan, 2018-2021: http://undocs.org/DP/2017/38

. BCtA is a unique multilateral alliance among donor governments - including the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, the UK Department for International Development (DFID), the US Agency for International Development (USAID), and the United Nations Development Programme, which hosts the secretariat. Building on our experience to date, it describes how we will support countries to achieve the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals and related agreements by eradicating poverty in all its forms and dimensions, accelerating structural transformations for sustainable development and building resilience to crises and shocks.

UNDP supports policymaking, implementation and mainstreaming of the SDGs in fragile and conflict affected situations. Following the reform of the UN Development System, the standard operating procedures for MAPS have been revised in consultation with sister agencies in the UNSDG Task Team 1 on Integrated Policy Support (Strategic Results Group on SDGs), in order to strengthen inter-agency ownership of the MAPS process, and enhance synergies with the Common Country Assessment and UN Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework processes. % It is therefore critical that the UN system respond with high-quality policy and programme responses, tailored to country-specific realities, and conducive to achieving the SDGs.

- A series of signature solutions that define the core work of UNDP; ? Its contents are the sole responsibility of UNDP-UNEP Poverty-Environment Action for Sustainable Development Goals and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Governments of Austria, Belgium, Norway, Sweden or the European Union. As you will see, the heart of our development offer is a clear 3x6x3 framework, combining 3 directions of change, 6 signature solutions and 3 enablers. With years of experience embedded on developments frontlines, UNDP is focused on building resilience before adversity strikes and building back better when it does.

BCtA member companies are market leaders that provide examples of successful, profitable and scalable models for reaching poor communities and contributing to global development. UNDP formulates a medium-term strategic plan every four years, which allows for adapting UNDP's services to evolving circumstances. Business Call to Action: https://www.businesscalltoaction.org/. The new Strategic Plan (2018-2021) is fully aligned with the 2030 Agenda and lays out UNDP's SDG implementation offer for the coming four years, including: IICPSD: http://www.iicpsd.undp.org/content/istanbul/en/home/, Launched at the United Nations in 2008, Business Call to Action (BCtA) aims to accelerate progress towards the SDGs by challenging companies to develop inclusive business models that engage people at the base of the economic pyramid - people with less than US$10 per day in purchasing power in 2015 US dollars - as consumers, producers, suppliers, distributors of goods and services and as employees. For example, hundreds of partners across the globe supported the MY World survey (2013-2015) that collected almost 10 million votes in the run-up to the adoption of the 2030 Agenda, informing it with people's priorities for the 'world we want'. To help illustrate this goal, we are pleased to share with you our UNDP Strategic Plan 2022-2025 Microsite (in French and Spanish) which outlines how UNDP aims to create greater impact and results over the next four years and beyond. The global platform connects to country activities in Kenya, Colombia, Ghana, Indonesia and Zambia, India, Brazil.

At the 2018 session of the HLPF, UNDP convened a corporate side event on Nature for Life: Accelerating SDGs Progress by Investing in People and Planet. 1 0 obj With the new Strategic Plan, UNDP has adopted an Integrated Results and Resources Framework (IRRF) that includes relevant SDG indicators as impact and outcome indicators. Department of Economic and Social Affairs, High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development, UN Conferences and High-Level Events related to sustainable development, Multi-stakeholder Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation for the SDGs, Second Committee of the UN General Assembly , Multidimensional Vulnerability Index for SIDS, the "Financing Solutions for Sustainable Development" Platform, http://www.iicpsd.undp.org/content/istanbul/en/home/.

The previous Strategic Plan (2014-2017), while articulated before the adoption of the 2030 Agenda, was developed drawing on a strong sustainable development vision, incorporating many of the principles underlying the 2030 Agenda. UNDP's collaboration with the private sector takes various forms: The Istanbul International Center for Private Sector in Development (IICPSD) supports the private sector and foundations to become transformative partners in development through research, advocacy for inclusive business, facilitation of public-private dialogue and brokering partnerships. I>&}9A#7 The UNDP Administrator is the Vice-Chair of the UN Sustainable Development Group; and Co-Chair (with the USG of OCHA) of the Joint Steering Committee for development and humanitarian coordination. Rapid Integrated Assessment to gauge the level of alignment between a country's national plan and the SDG targets; Institutional Context Analysis to better understand a country's political economy; Bottleneck Analysis to consider sector-specific and cross-cutting impediments to progress; PovRisk tool to identify the determinants that lead to people sliding back into poverty; Modelling and micro-simulation tools (in collaboration with UN-DESA) that allow policymakers to assess interlinkages between SDG goals and targets; SDG-specific forecasting tool (in collaboration with University of Denver) to support SDG acceleration efforts. Through the Facility for the SDG Implementation in fragile contexts, UNDP supported VNR processes in five g7+ countries in 2019. UNDP Digital Strategy: https://digitalstrategy.undp.org/. UNDP's contributes substantively to the annual ECOSOC Financing for Development Forums as well to the work of the Inter-Agency Task Force on FfD (IATF), which is mandated to report on progress in implementing the FfD outcomes and the means of implementation of the 2030 Agenda through its annual reports. Together with your support, we can advance the future of development for a fairer, sustainable tomorrow. Launch of UNDP Strategic Plan 2022-2025 Microsite, 25 October. Digital Transformation Pathway 2 is more internally focused and aims to improve the quality, relevance and efficiency, and impact of UNDPs business offering through better knowledge sharing and improved data usage.

<>/Metadata 723 0 R/ViewerPreferences 724 0 R>> UNDP supports countries in implementing the 2030 Agenda through a mix of policy advisory, technical assistance, capacity building, financing and programme implementation modalities. This makes it essential for countries to have access to increasingly more advanced and context-specific advice and support. As one of the major institutional stakeholders of the Financing for Development (FfD) process since the first International Conference on FfD that took place in Monterrey in 2001, UNDP is actively involved in the Financing for Development FfD follow-up process. Through our growing global partnerships across all sectors, and as part of a strong, capable UN system, we can build on lessons learned; to overcome the biggest challenges as we reach Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). UNDP together with the OECD supports the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation (GPEDC), a multi-stakeholder platform that aims to foster collective actions by all partners to advance the effectiveness of partnerships and development co-operation to deliver long-lasting results that contribute to the achievement of the 2030 Agenda. This website was created and maintained with the financial support of the Governments of Austria, Belgium, Norway, Sweden and the European Union. With 60 Accelerator Labs, UNDP has established a worldwide learning network on development challenges. UNDP produced this on behalf of the UNDG. Its core objectives are to provide practical methods and campaigns for direct people's engagement in SDG implementation; encourage public ownership of SDGs through innovative communications, campaigning and policy advocacy; sponsor people-driven processes to monitor SDG progress through generation/collection of data, evidence, and sentiment about the impact of the SDGs, using the results for local advocacy.

It also is trusted as a scorekeeper on development goals, and as a provider of institutional capacity development services in support of the 2030 Agenda at large. =0['@g( |}H'>(PD0hvD@1~Nu/g4Qu|)O3>`>85amIlCF$ jg^ ,vCv/|D `Qk $P*u_2BUs*qKI/8loUc`Rh]j!B@dC6B@fC @0G6L)h(LuaAO3MFjhXQO Focusing on SDG 16 as an enabling goal of Agenda 2030 and through the application of SDG 16 principles of inclusivity, accountability and participation, is developing an offer to provide deeper support on reporting on SDG 16 especially in fragile contexts and enhance follow-up action after the reporting. UNDP takes an active role in all relevant coordination systemwide mechanisms. It was launched as an interim version in April 2019 and was piloted in Nepal, Cameroon and Tunisia throughout the year, to get feedback on its real-life application, based on which the guide will be honed for final publication in 2020.



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