2022 System-Wide Results of the United Nations Development System in Latin America and the Caribbean
2030 Agenda and the SDGs
Economic growth in Latin America and the Caribbean slowed considerably in 2022, as inflationary pressures stemming from global rising energy costs and supply chain disruptions created sharp rises in food and energy prices, forcing governments to tighten monetary policy and curtail public spending.
The 2022 system-wide results report of the Regional Collaborative Platform for Latin America and the Caribbean (RCP LAC) provides an overview of the regional context and United Nations system actions undertaken to support countries in implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in the region.
In 2022, the RCP LAC intensified its engagement with Resident Coordinators (RCs) and United Nations country teams (UNCTs). The RCP LAC responded to the requests for support made by RCs and UNCTs in line with United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Frameworks (Cooperation Frameworks). It assisted United Nations entities in the region in translating, adapting and contextualizing global policy in response to the multiple regional, subregional and transboundary challenges.