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Join us for the next IPPN Knowledge Café, a webinar series focused on building the IPPN members’ capacity to better understand a systems perspective on policy integration and acceleration; and integrated policy solutions, including curation of tools and resources that support the design and implementation of cross-cutting policy solutions.

About this webinar

At the mid-point towards the deadline for achieving the 2030 Agenda, the enduring impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, rising debt and declining ODA, conflicts and crises across the world threaten not only to derail SDG achievement, but to reverse the hard gained development progress achieved to date. 

The SDG Push framework aims to provide a comprehensive and country-specific UNDP tool to plan and implement SDG breakthroughs in a variety of development contexts, for both pro-cyclical and anti-cyclical response moments – elevating fiscal, financial, digital/data and governance enablers of sustainable development.

It is envisaged as an all-terrain tool, meant to catalyze breakthroughs from real-world constraints, rather than adding mechanical benchmarks or targets. “SDG Push” consultations will be rolled out progressively in UNDP programme countries – led by a top team of experts, delivering a country-specific playbook that bridges short run and long run horizons. The SDG Push framework is currently being piloted in Indonesia, Moldova, Namibia, Peru, and South Africa. 

Join this session to learn about the SDG Push framework and the suite of tools and resources available to UN Country Teams, based on practical experiences of countries (Indonesia and South Africa) piloting the SDG Push framework, and to discuss approaches and methods for accelerating progress on the 2030 Agenda. 

Agenda

This discussion will present concrete experiences from the following keynote speakers:

  • Juliaty (Ansye) Sopacua, Senior Advisor for Programme Integration and Development Analysis, UNDP Indonesia
  • Rogers Dhliwayo, Economics Advisor, UNDP South Africa

This will be followed by a Q&A and exchanges with the audience!

Session materials

Find the session recording below, the PPT presentations, as well as all relevant materials in the comments section below.

About the speakers

Rogers Dhliwayo is an Economics Adviser at the UNDP South Africa Country Office since 2009. For over more than two decades, Rogers Dhliwayo has worked as an economist in academia and policy advisory services in Zimbabwe, Mozambique, South Africa, Botswana, Tanzania and Kenya working for the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, University of Zimbabwe, Catholic University of Mozambique, Embassy of Switzerland/Swiss Development Corporation in Mozambique, Productivity SA/South Africa, World Bank and UNDP.  He has written several research and policy papers on macroeconomic policies for stability, growth and poverty reduction, public debt management, the middle-income trap, financing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), managing natural resource for sustainable human development, among others. 

Juliaty (Asnye) Sopacua is the Senior Advisor for Programme Integration and Development Analyses for UNDP Indonesia, where she works on policy related work, innovation to solve development issues and programme integration. She has over 20 years of experience working with various organizations, universities, research institutes, international NGOs, and several UN agencies. Prior to the current role with UNDP Indonesia, Ansye's work focus mostly in environmental, water resources, and sanitation issues in developing countries, especially in Southeast Asia. Ansye holds a PhD degree on Water Resources Engineering from State University of New York at Syracuse, USA and a bachelor's degree from Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia. 

Connection details

Date: Wednesday, 22 February 2023

Time: 8:00 AM New York | 4:00 PM Addis Ababa/ Amman/ Istanbul | 8:00 PM Bangkok

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Comments (2)

Nadine Ravaud
Nadine Ravaud

Dear IPPN community, thank you for joining today's Knowledge Café Babatunde Abidoye Serge Kapto Matthieu Cognac ! Find attached the PPT presentations, and a few resources shared during the session:
- Report | Pursuing the sustainable development goals (SDGs)in a world reshaped by COVID-19: https://www.undp.org/arab-states/publications/pursuing-sustainable-deve…
- Report | Leaving No One Behind: Impact of COVID-19 on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): https://www.undp.org/publications/leaving-no-one-behind-impact-covid-19…
- Data visualization | Assessing COVID-19 impact on the Sustainable Development Goals: https://data.undp.org/content/assessing-covid-impacts-on-the-sdgs/ and SDG Push Diagnostic Stimulator: https://data.undp.org/sdg-push-diagnostic/
- About the SDG Push: An Integrated Approach to Accelerate the SDGs: https://www.sparkblue.org/content/about-sdg-push-integrated-approach-ac…


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