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The Multi-Partner Trust Fund Office is a UN center of expertise on pooled financing mechanisms.

It supports development effectiveness and UN coordination through the efficient, accountable and transparent design and administration of innovative pooled financing mechanisms. For more information, consult the MPTF Office Gateway and publications.

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1 Dec 2016

Germany announced an additional contribution of EUR 3 million to the Somalia UN Multi-Partner Trust Fund, a window of the Somalia Development and Reconstruction Facility (SDRF). The EUR 3 million brings Germany’s total contribution to the Somalia UN MPTF to EUR 7.7 million in 2016. The contribution will support (i) the State Formation process, supporting the creation of a federal structure and strengthening capacity of the emerging states; and (ii) the Enabler Programme, including security, coordination and risk management services to allow the international community to engage in a safer, and more coordinated, and risk-informed manner and deliver vital support to Somalia's transition.


21 Oct 2016

On 5 October, at a side event of the World Bank Annual meetings, the Government of Guinea and the MPTF Office established the National Post-Ebola Recovery and Resilience Fund (FNRPE). Ahead of the upcoming resource mobilization efforts, the Government of the Republic of Guinea sent a strong signal of commitment to all partners by announcing a US$5 million pledge from its own resources (see Government of Guinea press release).

A Memorandum of Agreement was signed by Ms.  Malado Kaba, Minister of Economy and Finance and Ms. Jennifer Topping, Executive Coordinator of the MPTF Office during a short ceremony attended by the Minister of Planning and International Cooperation, the Minister of Budget, two Minister advisers of the President, the Governor of the Central Bank, the Ambassador of Guinea in Washington, the Executive Director representing Guinea at the World Bank Board of Executive Directors and the Special Adviser of the Prime Minister.

The FNRPE will support the implementation of a US$550 million plan organized around five pillars: (1) economic recovery, women’s entrepreneurship and youth employment; (2) social protection and support to vulnerable groups; (3) water, hygiene and sanitation; (4) governance and social cohesion and (5) health, risk reduction and contingency. The FNRPE will be managed in accordance with the principles of the Paris Declaration and the New Deal. The Steering Committee will be chaired by the Minister of Economy and Finance and participation of representatives of the United Nations and other development partners will ensure that all decisions are taken in a true spirit of partnership and transparency.

Member States, regional organizations, inter-governmental organizations, foundations, companies and individuals can contribute to the Fund by signing a Standard Administrative Arrangement with the MPTF Office.

For additional information, please contact Philippe Grandet (philippe.grandet@undp.org)


14 Oct 2016

14 October 2016 - Today the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon established the UN Haiti Cholera Response Multi-Partner Trust Fund to finance critical priorities of the New UN System Approach on Cholera in Haiti. The trust fund provides a rapid, flexible and accountable platform to support a coordinated response from the UN system and partners.

 

The New UN System Approach on Cholera in Haiti is designed to support Haiti in overcoming the cholera epidemic and building sound water, sanitation and health systems. Urgent, early funding is required to support the implementation of the New UN Approach. In addition, the Fund will be able to support other interventions, including responding to the increased risk of cholera caused by the impact of Hurricane Mathew.

 

Member States, regional organizations, inter-governmental organizations and foundations can contribute to the fund by signing a Standard Administrative Arrangement with the MPTF Office. Individuals, companies and philanthropies can channel private contributions through the UN Foundation (see www.unfoundation.org/cholera\).


30 Sep 2016

Following the signing of the Peace Agreement between the Colombian Government and the FARC-EP on September 26, Germany has announced a contribution of EUR 2 million to the United Nations Post-conflict Multi-Partner Trust Fund for Colombia. The contribution will fund projects aimed at building a stable and lasting peace in Colombia.


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