UNDP for viable development in Punjab



Aligned with the commitment to support government in bridging the financing gap for equitable and sustainable development, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Pakistan, through its Punjab SDGs Support Unit, organised a consultation with diverse stakeholders on Financing for Development in Punjab at a local hotel.

The consultative session was the first of many to be conducted all over Pakistan and was held under UNDP’s Insurance and Risk Finance Facility. These consultations aim to acquire in-depth knowledge of the on-ground landscape, opportunities, and issues of disaster risk financing in the provinces and will focus on informing and engaging policymakers and experts on UNDP’s flagship initiative of Pakistan’s first-ever SDG Investor Map.

Through its dynamic impact intelligence tool, the SDG Investor Map, UNDP will identify a range of market-specific investment opportunities for SDG-aligned capital deployment backed up by country-specific data and evidence.

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