With a wide experience in development programmes across the world, the Sustainable Development Goals Fund has developed different instruments and tools to share knowledge and insight that can be used by other development partners. 



Business and the United Nations


From Global Agenda To National Action


Advancing gender equality: promising practices. Experiences from the MDG Fund


Strengthening social justice to address intersecting inequalities

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Creative Industries Can Create Positive Change

Annefleur Bruin is a 17-year-old high school student in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. She is also a singer and a songwriter who felt compelled to do what she could to raise awareness about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including the issue of hunger. “I am not a fighter, I am not a president or a leader of anything, I'm not even very brave,” she says. “But I can still help by increasing awareness around this problem”

Launch of report: Business and SDG 16

What’s the role of business in achieving SDG 16? How companies can contribute to promote just and inclusive societies?

Preventing food waste, a recipe for SDGs

The chefs and UN Goodwill Ambassadors, the Roca brothers, invite us to reflect on food losses and waste on World Food Day: "From our homes we can make an impact by introducing small actions when choosing and cooking our food".

15i Dialogues

Dialogues 15i. Ideas for a Sustainable World Beyond 2015 is an open debate platform through which the best ideas and experiences from specialists, professionals, activists, entrepreneurs and academics around the world are gathered, shared and active conversations surrounding these ideas can be sparked. 15i will be organized in the form of a set of interactive dialogues.

Knowledge Management

With a vast experience of almost 150 joint programmes around the world, the SDG Fund’s knowledge management efforts aim at collecting and disseminating insight for development partners worldwide.