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World leaders have made ambitious commitments to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Yet, securing enough resources remains a major challenge, with developing countries facing a gap estimated between US$ 2.5 to 3 trillion per year. What’s more, with governments and markets facing the massive financial challenge of helping countries address the immediate socio-economic impact of Covid-19, private capital will play a critical role in both addressing these needs and financing paths towards the achievement of the SDGs.

Organized at the margins of the United Nations General Assembly, a discussion on how the Joint SDG Fund can contribute to closing the financing gap to achieve the SDGs in developing countries by bringing together the UN system and the private sector. The Joint SDG Fund showcases its role in SDG Financing, that aims to support key initiatives that can leverage public and private financing to advance the SDGs.

Panel includes:

– Ms. Amina Mohammed, Deputy Secretary-General, United Nations

– Ms. Mia Mottley, Prime Minister, Barbados

– Ms. Carin Jämtin, Director General, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

– Mr. David Rubenstein, Co-Founder and Co-Executive Chairman of The Carlyle Group

– Mr. Emmanuel Roman, Chief Executive Officer, PIMCO

– Mr. Bill Tai, Co-Founder of ACTAI Global and ExtremeTechChallenge –

Moderated by Dr. Natalia Kanem, Executive Director of UNFPA

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