About the Sustainable Development Goals Fund (SDG-F)

Which are the SDG-F’s thematic priorities?

The SDG-F will focus on three sectorial areas (inclusive economic growth for poverty eradication, food security and nutrition, and water and sanitation) which address some of the most important development gaps and build on the MDG-F’s experience using a multisectorial approach to the MDGs.

What is the Sustainable Development Goals Fund?

The Sustainable Development Goals Fund (SDG-F) is a development cooperation mechanism created in 2014 by the Government of Spain and UNDP, on behalf of the UN system, to support sustainable development activities through integrated and multidimensional joint programmes. It builds on the experience, knowledge, lessons learned and best practices of the previous MDG Achievement Fund (www.mdgfund.org, 2007-2013), while expanding its activities towards sustainable development and a greater focus on public-private partnerships.