For multilateral organisations, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a vision and blueprint for achieving global development.
To meet these ambitious targets by 2030, there is a need for more and better allocated resources for development. Multilateral organisations are entrusted to ensure the most effective and transparent use of development resources at global, regional, national and local levels, and that these efforts are in line with the achievement of countries’ national priorities.
These organisations typically have a regional, if not global footprint, with a mandate to join forces with the government and other stakeholders to tackle urgent global issues from climate change to inequality. They are tasked with not only using their large convening power to advocate for the SDGs, but also effectively managing resources, drawing upon their country office networks and commitment to inclusive partnerships at the country level, to achieve development impact.