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2020

Strengthening Namibia’s Financing Architecture for Enhanced Quality & Scale of Financing for SDGs (Namibia)

Namibie

Titre : Strengthening Namibia’s Financing Architecture for Enhanced Quality & Scale of Financing for SDGs (Namibia)

Pays : Namibie

Identifiant : NAM/20/50/UND

Date/Durée : Start date : July 1, 2020 // End date : December 31, 2022

Résumé partiel
Namibia has undertaken comprehensive analysis of its financing architecture to determine its strengths and weaknesses, opportunities and challenges, resulting in the 2019 Development Finance Assessment (DFA) Report. The DFA report outlined the following key challenges within the financing ecosystem—limited resource mobilisation capacity ; lack of an integrated and coherent financing architecture ; limited institutional and technical capacity to plan and budget for SDGs ; weak budget transparency and alignment to SDGs, among others-which negatively impact on the quality and scale for Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) financing. This Joint Programme (JP) seeks to contribute to addressing some of the priority challenges within Namibia’s financing ecosystem, supporting the Government in the development of an Integrated National Financing Framework (INFF), for enhanced quality and scale of financing for National Development Plans (NDP) and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), in line with recommendations from the recently concluded DFA. The development of the INFF will be underpinned by three key outputs : 1) Development of a robust Financing Strategy, that also proactively responds to emergencies, including COVID-19 ; 2) Establishment of a National Public-Private Dialogue Platform for SDGs ; and 3) Strengthening of systems for the formulation, implementation and monitoring of SDG aligned National Budgets. As part of OUTPUT 1 & 3 the ILO will contribute towards mainstreaming of gender and pro-employment policies in national development planning, budgeting and financing for SDGs and develop tools and build capacities for gender and employment friendly policies including SDGs financing and implementation.

Partenaire (s) : Multi Partner Trust Fund Office, UNDP

Total alloué : $ 105,595

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