Joining forces to recover and advance national needs and priorities towards 2030
With an impartial coordination function and stronger capacities, Resident Coordinators showed the unique value of the UN’s convening power for the 2030 Agenda, forming effective links across all parts and levels of Government and development partners, including civil society, the private sector and academia.
Resident Coordinators and UN Country Teams amplified their reach through strengthened partnerships with International Financial Institutions, including to address the COVID-19 pandemic
Flagship partnerships were also realized with the private sector to advance the 2030 Agenda
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The Resident Coordinator system is beginning to better harness the knowledge and capacities of universities and the research community at large
A partnership with Canadian universities served to launch a UN Research Roadmap for the COVID-19 Recovery, with universities and think-tanks from five regions.
Individual UN development system entities have also joined forces with external partners to establish innovative financing mechanisms to the COVID-19 response
UNDP and the UN Global Compact partnered with the International Chamber of Commerce to create a COVID-19 Private Sector Global Facility to enlist private-sector partners in COVID-19 recovery efforts.
With Resident Coordinator coordination and UNDP technical lead, Integrated National Financing Frameworks were initiated in 69 developing countries to support SDG financing
Integrated National Financing Frameworks are a tool to finance national priorities that spells out how a country’s sustainable development strategy will be financed and implemented. Fifteen UN entities are currently involved in Integrated National Financing Frameworks support, with funding from the Joint SDG Fund.
Partnerships across the development, humanitarian and peacebuilding communities continue to grow, through double-or triple-hatted Resident Coordinators’ leadership
Government feedback: Resident Coordinators contribute to build development, humanitarian, and peacebuilding synergies
of programme country Governments agree that the Resident Coordinator has contributed to the building stronger synergies across development, humanitarian and peacebuilding interventions