The Philippines is using the INFF approach to address significant financing gaps and to better link planning and financing processes

A development finance assessment (DFA) highlighted the need for support in the Philippines to strengthen the link between national and sectoral plans on one hand, and national budgeting processes and financing strategies on the other hand.

Through the INFF, the Government of the Philippines is working to (i) strengthen and integrate existing building blocks of an INFF in national government planning, budgeting and monitoring infrastructure to ensure appropriate financing and better delivery; (ii) finance and coordinate multi-sector priority SDG programmes that reduce future expenditure requirements on the SDGs; and (iii) identify alternative financing sources for the SDGs. The work is being led by the interagency Sub-Committee on the SDGs, via a multisectoral approach, engaging local governments, development partners, civil society, the private sector and other relevant stakeholders.     

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