Integrated National Financing Framework for Accelerating Achievement of SDGs (INFF4SDGs) in Bangladesh
The Joint Programme (JP) will support the government of Bangladesh (GoB) to put in place an Integrated National Financing Framework (INFF) to more effectively mobilize required resources from public and private sources for attaining SDGs by 2030. Through the JP support, the government will not only estimate the gaps in SDG financing, but also adopt a forward-looking approach regarding engaging the public, private sector and partners, keeping in considerations the country’s Least Development Countries status graduation in 2024. It will also result in a strong governance and coordination mechanisms among the government and private sectors and an oversight mechanism for expenditure efficiencies and maximizing expenditure impacts.
The programme will focus on the following components as part of its strategy: (a) Gender Sensitive diagnostics and assessments: the Development Finance Assessment (DFA) will be revisited and updated to align SDG financing, planning, and budgeting, benefits, (b)operationalize gender-sensitive finanginc through policy measures and/or reforms in addition to investment mapping and improving project readiness to leverage both public and private finance. (c) and create a coordination and monitoring mechanism which can help the government to ensure momentum and synergies between public and private, and SDG and climate finance, facilitate action-oriented dialogues.
UNDP, UNCDF, ILO, UN-Women
Ministry of Finance