The Sustainable Development Investment Partnership (SDIP), a joint venture between the OECD and the World Economic Forum, is a collaborative initiative comprised of leading public, private and philanthropic institutions from around the world. Together, SDIP's members are committed to mobilizing $100 billion in blended finance for sustainable and climate-resilient infrastructure.
SDIP focuses on activities that facilitate transactions and scale and replicate efforts to enable broader systemic change for financing projects in developing countries.
SDIP is supported by a growing membership of over 30 institutions representing governments, philanthropy and private capital, all committed to making a contribution to close the financing gap for sustainable infrastructure projects.
SDIP is establishing Regional Hubs that extend the reach of our broader activity to capture regional perspectives and address local challenges for strengthening project pipelines, mobilizing capital for projects, and contributing to local build capacity.
SDIP brings together institutions for strategic dialogues around the world to facilitate increased private capital participation in financing infrastructure and projects that deliver significant environmental, social and economic benefits.