Cabo Verde

In 2020, Cabo Verde will continue the development of its INFF with support from the UN Joint SDG Fund.

Cape Verde will develop a government-led and UN-facilitated "Ambition 2030" plan, involving both public and private stakeholders. To further complement ongoing work to close existing SDG gaps, mostly related to Cabo Verde’s status as a Small Island Developing State (SIDS), an INFF will reinforce the National Planning System (NPS) by aligning budgeting and planning, and creating conditions to mobilise new financing flows into an enabling ecosystem.

Within the NPS and the new Budget Law, the INFF will catalyse different ongoing processes to establish an efficient public administration system to set new standards for governance innovation. The INFF will aligning planning and budgeting exercises based on objectives linked to SDG targets and fully integrate human rights indicators and local level plans to leave no one behind. 

The INFF process aims to demonstrate how a country facing many development challenges can optimise public revenues and spending, and mobilise private finance for the SDGs, to achieve its transition from an aid-dependent country to a self-reliant, sustainable and inclusive economy.  

For more details, visit the Joint SDG Fund website.

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