The Sustainable Development Investment Partnership (SDIP) is a collaborative initiative coordinated by the World Economic Forum with support from the OECD, comprised of public, private and philanthropic institutions from around the world.

Together, SDIP members are committed to mobilizing blended finance for projects supporting sustainable and climate-resilient infrastructure.



SDIP focuses on activities that facilitate transactions and scale and replicate models to enable broader systemic change for financing sustainable and climate-resilient infrastructure projects in developing countries.



SDIP is supported by a growing membership of 40 institutions representing governments, philanthropy and private capital, all committed to making a contribution to close the financing gap for sustainable infrastructure projects. 

Regional Presence


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.

SDIP Members

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SDIP provides an effective platform for public and private sector institutions to collaborate towards de-risking infrastructure projects in developing countries.
— Amadou Hott, Vice President for the Power, Energy, Climate and Green Growth Complex, African Development Bank (AfDB)
Projects always face some sort of challenges, and sometimes the IFC and World Bank Group cannot solve the problem. This is where SDIP comes in.
— Keiko Honda, Executive Vice-President and Chief Executive Officer, Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA)
SDIP is a platform like no other as it gives us access to global best practice
— Patrick Khulekani Dlamini, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Development Bank of Southern Africa

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