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Suriname is using the INFF process to develop a sustainable financial system to better manage the country’s natural resources.

As the threat of deforestation grows, Suriname is committed to maintaining 93 percent forest cover. To meet this commitment, the country needs to mobilise more sustainable financing. 

The aim of the integrated national financing framework (INFF) is to develop a national roadmap for a sustainable financial system to reorient the flow of international and local resources towards more inclusive and gender-responsive sustainable actions. The National Roadmap will prioritise the implementation of sustainable forest management and other nature-based solutions.

The INFF process is promoting dialogues, alliances and networks between government, development banks, private investors and the financial sector to facilitate informed policy-making in the country. By building strong partnerships between relevant sectors and private partners, Suriname will be in a better position to achieve the SDGs. 

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