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UNDP supports the development of the nascent impact investment sector through a combination strategic intervention ranging from field research, convening of public-private dialogue, facilitated development of a continent-wide action plans and the setting up of regional networks.
Country support in transition towards more sustainable energy systems (includes large-scale grid-based electricity projects using wind or solar, and small-scale off-grid electrification projects such as solar home systems or solar-battery minigrids).
DREI is an innovative, quantitative framework to assist policymakers in identifying cost-effective instruments to promote and scale-up private sector investments in renewable energy. The application of DREI is data-oriented, relying on a structured methodology and a suite of financial models to systematically assess the barriers and associated risks holding back private sector investment. The framework delivers clear de-risking recommendations to policymakers, supported by concise visual outputs.
Tool Description: Overview document of UNDP’s Insurance and Risk Finance Facility
Guidance Document highlights UNDP’s efforts within the sector – including development, focus areas, fundraising opportunities, networks, partnerships and tool resources
Guide for country offices on how to develop and implement inclusive insurance initiatives, including links to partners, networks, further tools and potential financing opportunities.
Guide for country offices on how to develop and implement risk finance initiatives, including links to partners, networks, further tools and potential financing opportunities.
Guide for country offices on how to develop and implement natural capital/risk initiatives, including links to partners, networks, further tools and potential financing opportunities.
A guide for how UNDP can work with industry to finance more SDG focused initiatives in developing countries.
A guide for how country offices can integrate insurance and risk finance into country development and financing.
An institutionalized four step framework to provide a fee-for-service offering to private sector and government, inclusive of:
The framework is the basis for the following tools in this service: Gender, B+HR, Business Integrity Self-Assessment Toolkit, Fair Business & Anti-Corruption.
Business integrity: https://sdgfinance.undp.org/sdg-tools/business-integrity-self-assessment-toolkit
Fair business…: https://sdgfinance.undp.org/sdg-tools/fair-business-anti-corruption
UNDP’s B+HR Asia programme promotes responsible business practices through advisory services to businesses on operational guidelines and governance matters, and governments on national regulatory and policy frameworks.Both lines of work are rooted in the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, the world’s most authoritative normative framework guiding responsible business.By leveraging its formidable convening power, UNDP also provides high profile platforms to build multi-stakeholder coalitions in pursuit of peer learning and dialogue between stakeholders including, civil society, business, government and National Human Rights Institutions.
Human Rights Due Diligence (HRDD) Assessment and Training
Human Rights Due Diligence and COVID-19: A Rapid Self-Assessment for Business
Methodology to Support National Action Plans on Business and Human Rights tailored to specific needs of Countries (UNDP B+HR in Asia)