(tool upon request)

IMPACT INTELLIGENCE: MAPPING INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES through SDG INVESTOR MAPS

SDG Impact has developed an innovative tool to provide investors with country-level market intelligence that highlights key intersections between development need, policy priorities, and investor interest. SDG Investor Maps provide localized insight into sectors and market conditions that advance the SDGs. The methodology identifies Investment Opportunity Areas (IOAs) and business models that could advance the SDGs. These opportunities are backed by actionable data to guide investor decision-making.

Partners

Diaspora

Diaspora

Impact Investors

Impact Investors

Institutional Investors (banks, pensions funds and IFIs)

Institutional Investors (banks, pensions funds and IFIs)

Islamic finance partners

Islamic finance partners

Philanthropists

Philanthropists

UHNWIs & Next Gen

UHNWIs & Next Gen

Products and Country Experiences

The SDG Investor Map was successfully piloted in Brazil 2019

The SDG Investor Map was successfully piloted in Brazil 2019 and identified 21 Investment Opportunity Areas (IOA) across six sectors. Each IOA provides 17 data points to inform investor decision-making.  SDG Investor Maps are being developed in Armenia, Colombia, China, Ghana, India, Jordan, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda,  South Africa, Turkey and Uganda (as of May 2020), with plans to scale to further countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America in coming months. A COVID-19 Rapid Assessment Add-on has been developed and is being piloted in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, and Uganda.

focal points

Elizabeth Boggs-Davidsen

SDG Impact Director

Sara Lisa Orstavik

ImpactSpecialist SDG Impact

Sebnem Sener

Senior Specialist SDG Impact

UNDP Staff Only: Once you identify your SDG Financing expert, please place a request for his/her services through your CO corporate planning system (IWP platform) under the ‘Service Requested’ section. Please be sure to indicate the name of the financing expert on the service request page (‘Summary of Service Expected’ box) in order to facilitate assignment.