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    SDG Impact Standards for Private Equity, Bonds, and Enterprise

    SDG Impact Practice Assurance Standards can be used as a guide to map out users own internal impact measurement and management practices (and design their impact management systems) to support both internal decision-making and external reporting requirements under multiple frameworks.

    SDG Impact standards are interoperable with existing taxonomies, metrics and standards  (e.g. GRI, SASB, IRIS+) and provide guidance to use standardized metrics, such as GRI, that are linked to specific SDG targets or outcomes and set across the Five Dimensions of Impact. 

     

    SDG Impact Seal

    Support to establish Integrated National Financing Framework Oversight Committee

    The terms of reference for the oversight team outline the structure, membership and roles and responsibilities of the oversight team, which fulfills a critical function, guiding the development and eventual implementation of an Integrated National Financing Framework.

    SDG Budgeting and COVID-19 Guidance Note

    SDG Budgeting and COVID-19 Guidance Note

    Moving from response to recovery it will be critical that a coherent approach to budget management is in place and that the SDGs are providing a frame for that. This tool guides on reviewing budgetary allocations and expenditures against the findings of socio-economic impact assessments of COVID-19 and SDG targets whilst also supporting the development of COVID-19 citizen budget reports.

    UNDP SDG Bonds and COVID 19

    Debt sustainability and debt alignment to the SDG’s are key to being able to fulfill country-specific development priorities. With this in mind, UNDP developed the Practice Assurance Standards for SDG Bonds as an open-source public good that promote consistency, transparency and efficiency, and provide a competitively neutral platform that practitioners, analysts and assurers can apply.

    Tax and COVID 19 Guidance note

    COVID-19 is an external shock to the economy, and fiscal policies are one of the main ways through which countries are trying to control the pandemic as well as to mitigate its impact. However, countries have different levels of tax expertise and this tool is meant to especially support those countries with less expertise.

    Guidance Note: National Capacities for Aid Management and Coordination in COVID-19 Response and Recovery



    Development Cooperation and COVID-19 Guidance Note



    UNDP supports countries to establish national aid / development cooperation policies to provide frameworks for aligning different providers of international public finance for COVID 19 response and recovery with government systems and priorities.

    Guidance Note: National Capacities for Aid Management and Coordination in COVID-19 Response and Recovery



    Development Cooperation and COVID-19 Guidance Note



    UNDP supports countries to establish national aid / development cooperation policies to provide frameworks for aligning different providers of international public finance for COVID 19 response and recovery with government systems and priorities.

    UNDP COVID19 Response Impact Venture Accelerator

    UNDP, experienced in running impact venture accelerators (IVA) in several countries for both growing and established companies , will use the IVA framework to support and scale effective private sector originated solutions to COVID19 at a global scale.

    Survey on impact of COVID-19 on companies (tool upon request)

    Business Call to Action (BCtA) in collaboration with SDG AcceleratorImpactAim and Connecting Business Initiative (CBi) organized an online survey for enterprises to understand the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on enterprises and their response to the crisis.

    UNDP Government Financing (GF) Tools

    These tools aim to provide guidance to UNDP Country Offices while working with Governments to support implementation of parts of the budgets towards SDG related initiatives. 

    Global COVID-19 Facility

    In partnership with UNDP, ICC and UNGC, the COVID-19 Global Facility is a mechanism for coordinated action and the global transfer of knowledge to enable economic actors to adapt rapidly to the COVID economy. It mobilises support from global anchoring private sector partners across technology, logistics, finance and manufacturing to coordinate global solutions and support country-level efforts.