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2018 DRR Financing 6.2 Ivan Zverzhanovski

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Partnership on DRR, Resilience, Climate Risk Financing

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2018 DRR Financing 6.2 Ivan Zverzhanovski

  1. 1. PARTNERSHIP ON DRR, RESILIENCE, CLIMATE RISK FINANCING
  2. 2. THE 5 TRANSFORMATIONAL Ps
  3. 3. ADDIS ABABA AGENDA FOR ACTION - AAAA GOAL 17. STRENGTHEN THE MEANS OF IMPLEMENTATION AND REVITALIZE THE GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
  4. 4. • Generate or leverage financial resources • Ex: Impact Investment, Blue bonds, Debt-for-Nature Generate revenues • Re-orient existing financial flows • Ex: Elimination unsustainable fishery subsidies Realign expenditures • Prevent or reduce future needs to allocate resources • Ex: Taxes on sugar content or tobacco (health) Avoid expenditures • Enhance effectiveness, efficiency, and synergies • Favor a more equitable distribution of resources • Ex: Enterprise challenge funds, trust funds (e.g. climate) Deliver better FOCUS ON (FINANCIAL) RESULTS BUT NOT ONLY ON GENERATING NEW REVENUES
  5. 5. Agenda 2030 3 Development Settings 6 Signature Solutions Global and Country platforms New business models & partnerships “our decades of experience, deep country partnerships and the dedicated, professional and innovative people who are our greatest asset” 6
  6. 6. UNDP @ 2021 • Active in 170+ countries • Leading development agency and Integrator • A development solutions network • Creating Impact • Agile, efficient implementer (large portfolios in critical areas, ability to respond in crises, conflict and disasters) • 3 Development Settings • Connecting people RRs as leading development voices, offices as integrators, Country Support Platforms • Building Collective Intelligence A Global Policy Network, Catalyst, Accelerators in every office. • Signature Solutions and Financing SDG Advisors, new gen HDRs, SDG Impact, • A Global implementation platform • Systems, policies and procedures that enable agility (PPM, new budgeting & investment model, global shared services)
  7. 7. PARTNERING - A PLATFORM APPROACH How do we bring new actors (private capital, start-ups, cultural community, etcetera) around the table with traditional development stakeholders, interacting in a horizontal manner around complex issues and create an environment that focuses on co-discovery and co-ownership of solutions?
  8. 8. Donors IFIs Private Sector POSSIBLE EXTERNAL PARTNERS Partnership is at the heart of everything UNDP does – we partner with people at all levels of society to help build nations that can withstand crisis, and drive and sustain the kind of growth that improves the quality of life for everyone. On the ground in nearly 170 countries and territories, UNDP offers global perspective and local insight to help empower lives and build resilient nations.
  9. 9. CLIMATE CHANGE WINDOW OF THE UNDP- RUSSIA TRUST FUND FOR DEVELOPMENT - Vulnerable and developing countries to gain access to climate finance, support climate change adaptation and mitigation - CIS and other regions - Russian expert on demand - Knowledge management and capacity building
  10. 10. WORKING WITH IFIs
  11. 11. IFI PARTNERSHIPS UNDP supports Governments in designing and implementing projects funded from their own revenue or from grants or loans provided by IFIs.
  12. 12. TRIPARTITE COLLABORATION
  13. 13. UKRAINE EARLY RECOVERY PROGRAMME
  14. 14. PRIVATE SECTOR ENGAGEMENT
  15. 15. “By 2030, the Sustainable Development Goals will be the main global guidance framework for businesses, investors and Governments, unlocking US$1 trillion in private capital and increasing the number of businesses of all sizes that align their strategies and practices with the SDGs – supported and regulated by an enabling environment that reduces risk and foster inclusive and green economy.” Businesses have access to capital that seeks economic, social and environmental results & adapt their strategies and operations accordingly Policy, legal and regulatory environments encourage businesses to pursue long- term economic, social and environmental results Markets that work for the SDGs UNDP’s Private Sector Development and Engagement Corporate Strategy aims:
  16. 16. Unlocking private finance for the SDGs Aligning business strategies and operations with the SDGs Putting in place policies that foster inclusive and green economies 3 1 2 Mission of UNDP in achieving the SDGs 3 strategic priorities “Assist countries in engaging with private-sector activities and investments in line with the 2030 Agenda by: influencing investors and businesses, of all sizes; embedding the SDGs into their decision making and practices; and supporting governments to establish more enabling policy and regulatory environments while facilitating multi-stakeholder partnerships.” Service offers Value Chains Gender Equality and Business MSMEs Multi-stakeholder Partnerships Municipal Finance Financial Inclusion SDG impact platform Policies for Sustainable Business Inclusive Business Islamic Finance Close the Energy Gap Insurance for Development Business and NDCs 3 strategic priorities
  17. 17. DHL GET AIRPORTS READY FOR DISASTER (GARD) PROGRAM - Joint programme between UNDP and Deutsche Post-DHL - Over 500 people across 29 airports in Armenia, Bangladesh, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Jordan, Lebanon, Macedonia, Nepal, Panama, Peru, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Turkey, and most recently Bosnia-Herzegovina, have been trained. - UNDP funding comes from the Government of Germany through the International Recovery Platform.
  18. 18. THANK YOU!

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