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Integrated National Financing Framework (INFFs) for disaster risk reduction
This note focuses on how integrated national financing framework (INFF) can support governments in achieving their disaster risk reduction (DRR) objectives. Integrated national financing frameworks (INFFs) help countries finance their national sustainable development objectives and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Through INFFs, countries develop a strategy to mobilise and align financing with all dimensions of sustainability, broaden participation in the design, delivery and monitoring of financing policies, and manage risk.
It concludes that more than eighty-five countries are using INFFs to articulate ambitious financing agendas suited to their unique context and challenges, lay foundations for forward-looking policy-making, and exploit financing innovations. Development partners can build on the growing momentum around INFFs - including the endorsement by G20 leaders of the G20 framework of voluntary support to INFFs, and the focus on INFFs in the UN Secretary General’s SDG Stimulus to Deliver Agenda 2030 - to channel their technical and financial assistance to contribute to the successful integration of DRR into INFF, and to support others in furthering their INFF journeys.
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