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The SDG Investor Platform provides data, information and insights on investment opportunities with potential to contribute to sustainable development. Find SDG-aligned investment opportunities that matter. Start by filtering by region, country or sector.
UNDP, through its Africa Sustainable Finance Hub (ASFH) and UNDP Tanzania Country Office, conducted the first SDG Impact Standards Training for Enterprises as part of the Tanzania Growth Stage Impact Venture (GSIV) Programme on 4 – 6 April 2023 in Dar es Salaam.
31 March 2023, Beijing – The second phase of the China SDG Investor Map (the Map), a country-level market intelligence tool guiding investors towards investment opportunities with the potential to generate both SDG impact and financial returns, was launched today.
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What are SDG Investor Maps?
The SDG Investor Maps generate country-level data and insights about SDG-enabling investment opportunities. The innovative tool targets the gap between interest and investing in SDGs and the business models that could provide impactful and investable opportunities.
The methodology for developing SDG Investor Maps consists of a rigorous eight-step process drawing on a combination of in-depth desk research and focused in-country public and private sector consultations. Through this iterative process, the SDG Investor Maps identify and validate where there is overlap between development needs and policy priorities, develop and test potential business models that fit the most urgent needs, and establish comprehensive data points spanning business and impact considerations.