Integrated national financing frameworks (INFFs) help countries finance their national sustainable development objectives and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Over 80 countries have embarked on the design and implementation of an INFF. Countries don’t start from scratch when designing and implementing INFFs; rather, they are embedded within existing plans, structures, and processes. The scope and focus of their INFFs are tailored to fit each country’s unique contexts, needs and priorities.
About INFF technical guidance documents
In response to the considerable and growing interest from countries to receive further guidance and support to design the INFFs, additional technical guidance documents, built on existing global guidance, are now published to provide practical support to INFF country-level implementation.
The technical guidance documents are tailored to specific country contexts, SDG sectors, and financing policy areas, all benefiting from initial insights and country experiences. The documents are intended to assist policymakers in the identification of sectoral and country group challenges, and policymaking that finance the national sustainable development objectives and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through the INFFs.
The technical guidance documents strengthen the feedback loop between country-level implementation on the one hand, and global guidance work and technical assistance and capacity development efforts on the other. The documents will continue to be living documents, and will be updated as country experience, insight, and learning about the application of the INFF approach to the challenges of financing the SDGs at the country level keeps progressing.
Explore INFF technical guidance documents:
- INFFs and Agriculture Finance (May 2023)
- INFFs and Climate Finance (December 2022)
- INFFs and Development Cooperation (December 2022)
- INFFs and Education (July 2023)
- INFFs and Health Finance (May 2023)
- INFFs and Least Developed Countries (LDCs) (July 2023)
- INFFs and Leave No One Behind (LNOB) (December 2022)
- INFFs and Small Island Developing States (SIDS) (May 2023)