• Mission Statement

    The NGO Committee on Financing for Development at the United Nations advocates for a worldwide economy that is environmentally and socially sustainable, ethical, and people-centered.

    Guided by the 2002 Monterrey Consensus, we urge policymakers to support development strategies that end global poverty and advance human rights. We seek international financial systems that are fair and truly representative of all people. We are motivated by the moral imperatives underlying the United Nations Charter and the missions of the organizations we represent.

  • Membership Benefits

    Network and dialogue at the UN with those working on for Financing for Development (FfD) issues and collaborate with global network of FfD organizations.

    Participate in monthly meetings featuring regular briefings from the UN FfD Office and distinguished guest speakers from the UN Community.

    Voice concerns on FfD issues to the UN through written and oral statements prepared within the Committee.

    Receive notices of meetings and conferences on FfD issues sponsored by the UN or NGO Committee, including high-level meetings with Bretton Woods institutions (World Bank, International Monetary Fund, World Trade Organization).

    (Go to www.ngosonffd.org for FfD resources and committee membership form)

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The World Bank Group is preparing a renewed gender strategy, which is expected to be finalized and discussed by the Board of Executive Directors later this year. The strategy is being developed to support countries and companies achieve gender equality as one pathway to ensuring lasting poverty reduction and shared prosperity. In developing the strategy, the World Bank Group is consulting with stakeholders worldwide to seek their input on country and regional perspectives, global lessons learned and good practices to reduce key gender gaps.

A Concept Note has been prepared and will serve as a basis for discussion during consultations with stakeholders through mid-July. A dedicated consultation web page www.worldbank.org/genderconsultation provides a platform for stakeholders to provide input and contribute to the strategy development. Through this platform all interested individuals and parties can provide written comments on-line via a survey form. Input and comments can also be sent by downloading a Word version of the questionnaire available on the webpage and sending it by email to genderconsultations@worldbankgroup.org. Individuals and parties can also indicate their interest in joining scheduled multi-stakeholder face-to-face meetings by signing up on the web page. Consultation meetings will be announced with as much advance notice as possible to facilitate.

The webpage includes information related to the review and timeline, consultation process, relevant background information, related resources, the schedule – as it is confirmed – of face-to-face meetings, and other relevant information as the consultation process progresses. The site, together with the key consultation documents (e.g. Concept Note, the consultation plan, the strategy) is available in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.  www.worldbank.org/genderconsultation

[from the Conference of NGOs E-newsletter, July 2015]  CoNGO logo


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