2030 AGENDA

The IDB Group and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

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HOW DO THE RESULTS SUPPORTED BY THE IDB GROUP CONTRIBUTE TO THE SDGS?

All indicators at the Regional Context and Country Development Results level of the IDB Group Corporate Results Framework (CRF) are closely related to at least one SDG and all 17 SDGs are reflected in the CRF. Scroll over an SDG below to see the related CRF indicators and link to recent progress.

HOW DO THE IDB GROUP’S STRATEGIC PRIORITIES RELATE TO THE SDGS?

The IDB Group’s strategic priorities as established in the Update to the Institutional Strategy (UIS) are fully aligned with the 17 SDGs as seen in the illustrative alignment shown below.

IDB GROUP STRATEGIC PRIORITIES

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

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SOCIAL INCLUSION AND EQUALITY
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PRODUCTIVITY AND INNOVATION
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ECONOMIC INTEGRATION
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GENDER EQUALITY & DIVERSITY
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CLIMATE CHANGE & ENVIROMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
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INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY & RULE OF LAW

HOW ARE THE IDB GROUP-SUPPORTED OPERATIONS CONTRIBUTING TO THE SDGS?

HOW IS THE IDB GROUP COLLABORATING WITH OTHER MDBS ON THE 2030 AGENDA?

Scaling up development finance and implementing the actions to meet the ambitious goals of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda requires coordination and collaboration among diverse actors, including across the multilateral development banks (MDBs). To that end the IDB Group and its sister MDBs have articulated a collective vision including goals and actions, and have released them in a joint statement and discussion note entitled From Billions to Trillions: Transforming Development Finance, and a subsequent implementation document entitled Ideas to Action.

 

In the pursuit of this vision, the MDBs have been working to enhance their financial capacity with the aspiration of providing more than US $400 billion during the first three years of the SDG period to advance the 2030 Agenda. In addition, they have jointly prepared a series of documents, which are available below, regarding MDB joint approaches to a number of key aspects of the 2030 Agenda. 

 

Increasing Development Finance from Billions to Trillions

2016 Joint MDB Statement on Delivering on the 2030 Agenda

2015 Joint MDB Paper From Billions to Trillions: Transforming Development Finance

2015 Joint MDB Paper From Billions to Trillions: Ideas to Action

2015 Joint Statement from MDB and IMF Head on Financing for Development

 

Infrastructure

2017 Global Infrastructure Forum Outcome Statement

2017 MDB Joint Declaration on Aspirations

2016 Joint MDB Chairman’s Statement - 1st Global Infrastructure Forum

2016 Joint MDB Press Release - 1st Global Infrastructure Forum

2016 MDB Joint Declaration of Aspirations on Actions to Support Infrastructure

2015 Joint MDB Paper on Common Approaches to Supporting Infrastructure Development G20

 

Mobilization

2018 Mobilization of Private Finance

2017 Mobilization of Private Finance by MDBs and Development Finance Institutions

2017 Development Finance Institutions Blended Concessional Finance for Private Sector Operations

2017 Principles on Crowding in Private Sector Finance

2017 Private Investment Mobilization Reference Guide

2016 Joint MDB Statement of Ambitions for Crowding in Private Finance

2016 MDB Joint Report Mobilization

 

Climate Action 

2017 Joint Report on MDB Climate Finance

2017 Joint IDFC-MDB Statement: Together Major Development Finance Institutions Align Financial Flows with the Paris Agreement (COP23)

2016 MDB Joint Report on Climate Finance

2015 Joint Statement by the MDBs at Paris, COP21

 

Sustainable Cities 

2016 Joint MDB Statement on Promoting equitable, sustainable, and productive urbanization and urban communities (UN Habitat III Summit)

2015 Joint Statement by the MDBs on Sustainable Transport

 

Other Regional Public Goods 

2016 Joint MDB Paper on Forced Displacement