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Supporting countries in accelerating progress towards the SDGs
The Joint SDG Fund is seen by the Secretary-General as an essential part of the UNDS reform. Referred to as the “muscle” for Resident Coordinators and a new generation of United Nations Country Teams, the Secretary-General is counting on Member States to financially incentivize a scaled-up response to the Sustainable Development Goals at country level by promoting a whole of government approach and by supporting collaboration amongst UN agencies and other development partners.
Strategic partnerships are critical for long-term success. Resources and networks are needed to accelerate the SDGs and get us closer to attaining the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.