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

Through the INFF, the Government of Fiji will formulate and operationalise integrated, costed financing strategies that bring together policies and instruments that govern public and private financing. These strategies will provide a stronger basis for prioritising and implementing policy changes and reforms to mobilise new resources and unlock greater impact to support the delivery of national development plans and the SDGs as well as to support the country’s transition out of Least Developed Country status. Priority sectors include education, health, early childhood and youth development, and gender. 

Overall, the INFF aims to support the government in creating and introducing SDG- and national plan-aligned financing strategies, strengthening the costing of SDG-related strategies, enhancing budgeting for the SDGs, enhancing the monitoring and management of SDG-related spending, and support more SDG-aligned private sector financing. 

For more details, visit the Joint SDG Fund website.

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