The Government of Bangladesh is using the INFF approach to more effectively mobilise public and private resources towards the SDGs.

As Bangladesh prepares for graduation from the least developed country status in 2024, the government is using the INFF process to estimate SDG financing gaps and engage all relevant partners in identifying and implementing financing reforms. The government is also putting in place strong governance and coordination mechanisms to maximise the impact of public expenditure.

The focus is on (a) implementing gender-sensitive financing through policy measures and reforms; (b) mapping investment opportunities and improving project readiness to leverage both public and private finance; and (c) creating a coordination and monitoring mechanism to align public and private sectors, harmonise SDG and climate finance, and facilitate action-oriented dialogues.

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The INFF Knowledge Platform has a growing library of INFF reports, briefs, case studies, tools and guidelines. Explore resources from Bangladesh to gain greater insight into the country’s INFF process.

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