The Democratic Republic of the Congo

Through its INFF, the DRC aims to unlock its development financing potential and accelerate progress towards the SDGs.

The Democratic Republic of the Congo has aligned its socioeconomic development framework to the 2030 Agenda, ensuring that the country’s SDG priorities are aligned with national and provincial policy and planning frameworks. However, high social inequality and a lack of resources and institutional capacity remain barriers to achieving the SDGs and inclusive development. Through the INFF process, the Government of the DRC aims to overcome these barriers and transform its national financing architecture.

The INFF focuses on three major objectives: (1) expand fiscal space through public policies and reforms to mobilise additional public resources and invest them efficiently and effectively in priority sectors; (2) establish a national SDG financing strategy supported by all stakeholders, in particular, the private sector; and (3) create an enabling environment to increase private investment in the SDGs.

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