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30 Oct 2017

30 October 2017, Dar es Salaam

H.E. Ambassador Katarina Rangnitt and the UN Resident Coordinator Mr. Alvaro Rodriguez, signed a contribution agreement for US$ 36 million for the One UN Fund in Tanzania over the next four years. This contribution will support four UNDAP II Outcomes related to economic growth and employment, democratic governance, human rights and gender equality, violence against women and children and women’s political participation and leadership. The press release contains additional information.


20 Sep 2017

The European Union and the United Nations have partnered to launch a High Level global initiative aimed on eliminating all forms violence against women and girls – The Spotlight Initiative.

The Initiative is so named as it brings focused attention to this issue, moving it into the spotlight and placing it at the center of efforts to achieve gender equality and women’s empowerment, in line with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

This Initiative will be supported by a UN multi-stakeholder trust fund, with an initial investment of EUR 500 million. It will be administered by the Multi-Partner Trust Fund Office, with the support of core agencies - UNDP, UNFPA and UN Women, and overseen by the Executive Office of the Secretary-General

Its work will be concentrated in Asia, the Pacific, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. 


17 Sep 2017

The Governments of Kenya, the Netherlands and the UN hosted a high-level lunch dialogue on accelerating access to primary care through public-private partnerships in order to progress towards Universal Health Coverage, and the attainment of SDG 3 and related targets in Kenya.

At the UNGA last year, the Government of Kenya and the UN decided to establish an SDG Partnership Platform in Kenya that would demonstrate the power of SDG partnerships and help identify bold transformative ways for accelerating universal access to primary care. Since then, great progress has been made in establishing this Platform and a Multi-Partner Trust Fund has been set-up to support the initiative. The event updated participants on the progress made, and discussed how to support Kenya in making the SDG Partnership Platform a ground-breaking success. It also showcased the initiative for potential replication globally to achieve the SDGs. 

The meeting was attended by Her Excellency Ambassador (Dr.) Amina Mohamed, Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs and International Trade of the Republic of Kenya, Mr. Karel J.G. van Oosterom, Netherlands Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Mr. Achim Steiner, UNDP Administrator, Mr. Ronald de Jong, Philips Executive Committee Member, Mr. Michel Sidibe Executive Director of UNAIDs, Dr. Natalia Kanem Executive Director of UNFPA, Dr. Githinji Gitahi the CEO of Amref Africa, the UN Resident Coordinator to Kenya, Siddharth Chatterjee and Ms. Jennifer Topping, MPTF Office Executive Coordinator along with global leaders from the UN, private sector, government, international institutions, philanthropy and civil society.

During the event, Philips committed USD 750,000 by signing the first contribution agreement to the Fund.

Her Excellency Ambassador (Dr.) Amina Mohamed has featured the event in an article in the Huffington Post, showing the strong government ownership and buy-in for the initiative.


11 Sep 2017

The 2017 report on “Financing the United Nation Development System – Pathways to Reposition for Agenda 2030”  was launched in Geneva today, following the launch in New York last week. The report is accompanied by an interactive executive summary  which can be accessed through the website of our partner, the Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation.


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