Ukraine’s Development Finance Assessment (DFA) identifies opportunities to enhance the performance of the available development financing and mobilize additional financing for sustainable development.

The Government of Ukraine is using an INFF approach to build consensus around financing flows and reforms related to financing the SDGs. Through the INFF process, Ukraine will strengthen its institutional and legal frameworks for results-oriented and gender-responsive strategic planning while mapping and reviewing development finance flows. The INFF will help improve linkages between public policy execution and ongoing decentralisation reforms. Led by the Ministry of Finance and supported by development partners, Ukraine has developed its Public Financial Management Strategy and National Recovery and Reconstruction Plan, pinpointing SDG-aligned investment opportunity areas. 

Launched in 2022, Ukraine’s DFA identifies opportunities to enhance the performance of available development financing and mobilize additional funding for sustainable development. The DFA was conducted before the start of the full-scale war in Ukraine. Nonetheless, the conclusions and recommendations for sustainable development remain relevant during and after the war. 

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