The OECD is organising a one day workshop on the 20th of October 2016 in Paris to bring together SDIP members, development partners, development finance institutions and experts to discuss the key risks facing infrastructure investment and what role development finance can play in mitigating these risks.
- OECD DACnews November 2015 - The Sustainable Development Investment Partnership has an ambitious target: over five years, mobilise USD 100 billion in private financing for infrastructure projects to support inclusive growth and poverty alleviation.
2015 is a critical year for setting the global development financing framework for the next decade and mobilizing the necessary resources and actors. Blended Finance, the combining of public-private resources, provides a solution to filling the financing gap between an ambitious agenda for sustainable development and current capital flows.
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