• A holistic approach to sustainable development finance
  • 1. The EU is helping countries to mobilise more domestic resources, improve public finance management and ensure debt sustainability
  • 2. The EU is leveraging more development funding through blending and seeking further partnerships with the private sector
  • 3. The EU and its Member States continue to be the world’s largest provider of ODA
  • An integrated approach to key sectors of financing sustainable development
  • 4. Environment and climate – The EU leads the efforts for a sustainable world
  • 5. Trade – The EU remains the world’s most open market, importing EUR 860 billion annually from developing countries
  • 6.Science, technology and innovation – The EU’s EUR 77 billion research and innovation programme, is fully open to participation from developing countries
  • 7. Remittances – The EU contributes to reducing remittance costs to free up more funds for development
  • 8. Sustainable agriculture and nutrition – The EU is acting to lift 500 million people in developing countries out of hunger and malnutrition by 2030
  • 9. Energy – The EU is acting to lift 500 million people out of energy poverty by 2030
  • 10. Human development and social inclusion – The EU champions poverty eradication, health, education, decent work, safe workplaces, social protection and supporting well-managed migration
  • 11. Gender – The EU places women at the centre of development cooperation
  • 12. Peaceful societies – The EU provides support to improve governance and to enable people to live safe, secure lives
  • 13. Least developed countries – The EU focuses on those most in need