Countries Praise India’s Contributions on the 5th Anniversary of the India-UN Development Partnership Fund

New York: The year 2022 will mark the 5th anniversary of the India-UN Development Partnership Fund, a milestone to reflect on how the vision for South-South cooperation, embedded in the Fund’s ambition and design, has served partner countries and – communities. On this occasion, eminent personalities from the United Nations, permanent representatives of partner countries and resident coordinators who support the implementation of projects at country level exchanged perspectives on the Fund’s achievements to date. Commemorating India’s 5th Anniversary at the UN Fund, Morocco’s Permanent Representative Omar Hilale said: “The India-UN Development Partnership Fund is a practical demonstration of profitable partnerships with developing countries aimed at promoting and accelerating the sustainable developments towards the world. Morocco is a strong supporter of South-South cooperation.” Lamin B. Dibba, PR of Gambia highlighted India’s unique and historic contribution to the India-UN Development Partnership Fund. Malawi Ambassador Agnes Chambre-Molenda praised the UN Development Partnership Fund in India and said the fund “wants to achieve a transformative SDG impact through South-South cooperation”.

India’s generous contributions to the India-UN Development Partnership Fund show that it aims to be a true catalyst for global sustainable development, said Usha Rao-Monari, Associate Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme. “India’s generous contribution to the fund exemplifies its desire to be a true catalyst for global sustainable development and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030.

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It is also a confirmation of India’s multilateral approach to enhance and enhance the prosperity of all nations and all people, especially the most vulnerable,” she said. The India-UN Development Partnership Fund was launched by the United Nations in June 2017. Government of India established to work with other developing countries in a spirit of South-South cooperation by supporting, at their request, projects that seek to contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The India-UN Development Partnership Fund is a special facility established in 2017 under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFSSC). It is supported and led by the Government of the Republic of India, administered by UNOSSC and conducted in conjunction with the United Nations system.

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The India-UN Development Partnership Fund supports demand-driven and transformational sustainable development projects in the developing world South, with a focus on Least Developed Countries and Small Island Developing States. United Nations organizations carry out the projects of the Funds in close cooperation with cooperating governments.

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