The Joint SDG Fund is seen by the Secretary-General as an essential part of the reform of the UNDS. The Secretary-General referred, in his December 2017 report, to the Joint SDG Fund as the “muscle” for Resident Coordinators and a new generation of United Nations Country Teams to help countries to deliver the SDGs.

Through the Joint SDG Fund, the Secretary-General is counting on Member States to financially incentivize a scaled-up response to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at country level by promoting a whole of government approach and by supporting collaboration amongst UN agencies and other development partners.

Who
We Are

The Joint SDG Fund supports countries to accelerate their progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and to deliver on the commitment of the 2030 Agenda.

What
we do

The Joint SDG Fund will incentivize countries to draw on cutting edge expertise and innovation from across the United Nations development system and a broad range of partners to strategically invest in SDG acceleration that is tailored to different country contexts.

Partnerships

Strategic partnerships are critical for long-term success. Resources and networks are needed to accelerate the SDGs and get us closer to attaining the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.