Approved programmes

SDG-F approves new joint programmes

The SDG-F Steering Committee, taking into account the independent experts reviews and the alignment of the different proposals with the “SDG-F Terms of Reference and Guidance for Joint Programme Formulation” decided to approve joint programmes in 22 countries.

UN Agencies, governments and private sector partners engaged with the SDG Fund in co-designing PPPs should follow the SDG Fund’s Framework and Guidance for Partnerships with the Private Sector.

Country Program title Sector[1] Participating UN Agencies Total Budget  ($) % financed by SDG-F

Bangladesh

Strengthening women’s ability for productive new opportunities (SWAPNO)

IEG

UNDP, ILO

4,613,000

33%

Bolivia

Improving the nutritional status of children from the strengthening of local production systems

FSN

UNICEF, UNIDO,FAO,

1,800,000

50%

Colombia

Productive and food secured territories for a peaceful and resilient population in strategic ecosystems in Cauca

IEG

UN Women, FAO, WFP, UNDP

3,281,152

46%

Côte d'Ivoire

Joint Programme on poverty reduction in San Pedro region

IEG

FAO, UNICEF, ILO

3,410,000

44%

Ecuador

Strengthening local food systems and capacity building aimed at improving the production and  access to safe food for families

FSN

WFP, UNICEF, WHO,FAO

3,027,284

50%

El Salvador

Food, security and nutrition for children and Salvadoran households (SANNHOS)

FSN

UNICEF, WHO, WFP, FAO

4,226,164

35%

Ethiopia

Joint Programme on gender equality and women empowerment - Rural women economic empowerment component

IEG

FAO, IFAD, WFP, UN Women

3,000,000

50%

Guatemala

Food and nutrition security prioritized municipalities of the department of San Marcos

FSN

FAO, UNICEF, WFP, WHO

3,867,712

39%

Honduras

Promotion of culture and tourism for local development in Ruta Lenca

IEG

UN Women, UNDP

2,919,428

50%

Mozambique

More and better jobs in Cabo Delgado province and Nampula province - Harnessing the opportunities of the New Economy in Mozambique

IEG

UNDP, UNIDO, ILO, UN Women

3,000,000

50%

Occupied Palestinian territory

Creating one-stop-shop to create sustainable businesses” on Inclusive Economic Growth.

IEG

FAO, UNCTAD, ITC, WHO

3,000,000

50%

Paraguay

Paraguay protects, promotes and facilitates effective implementation of the right to food security and nutrition in prioritized vulnerable populations

FSN

UNICEF, FAO, WFP, WHO

3,000,000

50%

Peru

Economic inclusion and sustainable development of Andean grain producers in rural areas of extreme poverty in Ayacucho and Puno

IEG

FAO, UNESCO, ILO

3,880,790

39%

Philippines

PRO-WATER: Promoting water and sanitation access, integrity, empowerment, rights and resiliency

W&S

UNICEF, WHO, UNDP

3,600,000

42%

Sierra Leone

Enabling sustainable livelihoods through improved natural resource governance and economic diversification in the Kono District

IEG

FAO, UNDP

3,002,000

50%

Sri Lanka

Scaling up nutrition through a multi-sector approach

FSN

FAO, WFP

3,002,872

50%

Tanzania

Joint programme to support Tanzania’s productive social safety nets (PSSN)

IEG

UNICEF, UNFPA, ILO, UNDP

4,358,250

34%

Viet Nam

Integrated nutrition and food security strategies for children and vulnerable Groups in Viet Nam

FSN

FAO, UNICEF, WHO, UNIDO

3,330,000

45%

 

Total

60,318,652

 


[1] Acronyms correspond to the three SDG-F policy and sector areas: Inclusive economic growth for poverty eradication (IEG), Food Security and Nutrition (FSN) and water and sanitation (W&S)

 
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