The Americas

Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s INFF is geared towards structural changes to align financial resources with the 2030 Agenda and strengthen collaboration across sectors.

Through its INFF process, the Government of Costa Rica is establishing an SDG financing architecture at the national, sectoral and ecosystem levels to mobilise more financial resources and increase Costa Rica’s ability to achieve its national sustainable development goals. 

The government is aligning planning and budgeting processes with national development priorities and the 2030 Agenda while focusing specifically on the education sector. The INFF process is supporting the government’s commitment to improve its public spending through the implementation of a gender-responsive, socially inclusive and results-based budget framework. 

At the ecosystem level, the government is convening key stakeholders in the private, social and financial domains to identify concrete opportunities for strengthened cross-sectoral collaboration in joint financing, complemented by capacity building and strengthened dialogue. 


Keep your country's INFF snapshot up to date.

To keep the INFF Knowledge Platform as current as possible, we need your help. Keep us informed of your country's progress by sharing your stories, resources, best practices and lessons learned.

Share your INFF experience



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

{{ currentSlide }} / {{ allItems.length }}