"Hydropower projects in Nepal or solar power plants in Mali should be good for business, people and the planet. This partnership aims to identify investment hurdles and remove them.” Erik Solheim, DAC Chair

"SDIP provides an effective platform for public and private sector institutions to collaborate towards de-risking infrastructure projects in developing countries.” Amadou Hott, CEO of the Senegalese Sovereign Wealth Fund (FONSIS).

"Collaboration is much needed to leverage more capital for sustainable investments. I am excited about SDIP’s potential to address impediments and find solutions that will empower people and help create a sustainable world." Charlotte Petri Gornitzka, Director General, Swedish Development Co-operation Agency (Sida).

“The resounding support and interest for the SDIP demonstrates the potential of public-private cooperation to accelerate growth in emerging and frontier markets and promote development outcomes at scale.” Richard Samans, Head of the Centre for the Global Agenda, Member of the Managing Board, World Economic Forum.

"Hydropower projects in Nepal or solar power plants in Mali should be good for business, people and the planet. This partnership aims to identify investment hurdles and remove them.” Erik Solheim, DAC Chair

"SDIP provides an effective platform for public and private sector institutions to collaborate towards de-risking infrastructure projects in developing countries.” Amadou Hott, CEO of the Senegalese Sovereign Wealth Fund (FONSIS).

"Collaboration is much needed to leverage more capital for sustainable investments. I am excited about SDIP’s potential to address impediments and find solutions that will empower people and help create a sustainable world." Charlotte Petri Gornitzka, Director General, Swedish Development Co-operation Agency (Sida).

“The resounding support and interest for the SDIP demonstrates the potential of public-private cooperation to accelerate growth in emerging and frontier markets and promote development outcomes at scale.” Richard Samans, Head of the Centre for the Global Agenda, Member of the Managing Board, World Economic Forum.

The Sustainable Development Investment Partnership (SDIP) aims to mobilise USD 100 billion in financing over 5 years to infrastructure projects in developing countries. The partnership targets potential private investments by improving and enhancing instruments to reduce potential risks. It thereby contributes to closing the funding gap required to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

SDIP in action

The Partnership provides a sustained and co-ordinated approach that has the potential to deliver the scale, speed, transaction efficiency, and risk mitigation necessary to unlock billions of dollars per year of additional finance. More...

Our membership 

SDIP is an open partnership based on the engagement of its members. It benefits from their different capabilities, experience and financing instruments. More...

SDIP in the news

The SDIP aims at transparency. It is based on continuous exchange with its members and external parties. It will publish information on a regular basis. More...

 

Related initiatives

The SDIP complements various initiatives and fora aiming at global development. It contributes to and benefits from a collaborative environment. More...

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