Trust FundsDesigning and promoting new financing solutions

Together with partners, the MPTF Office supports the development of established and new financing instruments that tackle humanitarian, peace, security, climate, and development challenges. Below is a sneak peek of funds currently in the pipeline or being prepared for launch

MPTF Decade on Ecosystem Restoration

As part of the United Nations Decade on Decade on Ecosystem Restoration (2021-2030). Instrument to combat declining biodiversity, support livelihoods, enhance natural resource bases, adapt to climate change and mitigate climate change through restoration of terrestrial, freshwater and marine ecosystems.

Malaysia SDG (MySDG) Trust Fund

Action under the MySDG Fund directly supports strategic and substantive actions towards the achievement of the SDGs in Malaysia. Stakeholders will seek to mobilize financing for interventions through which the Malaysian Government, the UN development system and relevant partners—acting together and drawing on each other’s comparative advantages—can contribute to the achievement of the 2030 Addis Ababa Action Agenda on financing for development.

Catalytic Fund for Non-Communicable Diseases and Mental Health

A global fund convened the United Nations inter-agency task force on the prevention and control of non-communicable diseases (NCDs). Endorsed in a specific resolution on ECOSOC (2018), and recommended by WHO Independent High-Level Commission on NCDs, the World Bank, WHO, UNDP, UNICEF and UNFPA will launch this new fund to provide technical support in scaling up support to low- and lower middle-income countries in their efforts to meet SDG 3.4; reducing by one-third, premature mortality caused by NCDs and promoting mental health and well-being by 2030. 

Women Development Organization (WDO) Multi-Partner Trust Fund  

A trust fund to finance immediate action, stakeholders aim to secure meaningful results on advancing the implementation of norms and standards that protect and elevate the standing of women and girls. Stakeholders also plan to address some of the potential negative effects of COVID-19 in the region, primarily countries where WDO is operational. 

Country-level pooled funds (in the design phase)

These instruments are available to United Nations country teams to consolidate and leverage funding towards the country priority SDGs as established in the United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework. Country-level pooled funds are complementary to, and aligned with, other sources of local funding and global pooled funding instruments.

Currently, these countries are designing development financing instruments: Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Djibouti, Gambia, Haiti, Iraq, Kenya, Malaysia, South Africa and Uzbekistan. 




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