T20 TF9 Blending public and private funds to close the SDGs financing gap

This session is curated by T20 Task Force 9 Lead Co-Chair Bambang Brodjonegoro, Professor, Universitas Indonesia.
As the Covid-19 pandemic has unleashed an unprecedented crisis, the sustainable development goals (SDGs) progress are likely to be slow or even reversed. Massive fiscal stimulus packages, backed by piling up external debt, are introduced worldwide to help save lives and protect livelihoods, limiting countries ability to advance the SDGs progress especially on poverty, healthcare, and education. With a scissor effect, a collapse in revenue and an increase in needs, solutions to close the SDGs financing gap is ever more important to achieve the 2030 Agenda.

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