The Ministry of Economy and Finance, with the support of UNICEF and UNDP, has launched the process of developing the Integrated National Financing Framework, or INFF.
The launch of this process comes after the United Nations Meeting on Financing for Development held in Addis Ababa in 2015, which discussed a new global financing framework and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The INFF presents key policy recommendations to mobilize and align resources with global goals and address the challenges facing developing countries in financing their sustainable development.
This planning tool defines how the national strategy will be financed and implemented, drawing on all sources of public and private funding. It should be noted that nearly two-thirds of children in the world are not protected from the long-term consequences of poverty.
UNICEF works with governments to mobilize financial resources, allocate them and use them optimally, with the aim of ensuring more equitable and sustainable delivery of social services and improving results for children.
This Global Initiative for Financial Transparency will provide technical support and international practices on budget labelling. #ForEveryChild, a real chance.
The process of developing the INFF consists of several stages, including the diagnosis of the current financial situation which was presented and which is the starting point.
This will be followed by participatory and inclusive workshops where the public sector, the private sector, civil society and development partners will be invited to participate in dialogues on several themes including public financing, private financing, innovative financing and official development assistance.
The results of the dialogues will form the basis for the development of the financing strategy, which will be accompanied by an operational action plan and a monitoring-evaluation strategy. #ForEveryChild, a real chance.