SPOTLIGHT: INFFs and COVID-19
SPOTLIGHT: INFFs and COVID-19
Africa

Togo

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

In Togo, the INFF process will work to mobilise additional resources and improve the efficiency of resource use in support of the country’s National Development Plan and the SDGs. These objectives will be achieved through (1) facilitating multi-stakeholder dialogue on policy and financing of development priorities, fully involving the private sector; (2) implementing coherent and coordinated resource mobilisation actions for financing the SDGs; (3) aligning planning, programming, budgeting, and monitoring and evaluation systems with the SDGs; and (4) strengthening the institutional and organisational capacities of all stakeholders and improving transparency and accountability.

For the agriculture, health and education sectors, specific strategies will be developed and integrated into the financing strategy to unblock private financing in order to accelerate the pace at which the related SDGs will be achieved by 2030. 

The INFF will make it possible to increase domestic resources, official development assistance, and foreign direct investment, while strengthening public-private partnerships and joint ventures. To further increase investment flows, the Government of Togo will work to capitalise on South-South cooperation and increase and channel diaspora remittances towards pro-South SDG investments. 

For more details, visit the Joint SDG Fund website.

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