SDG Charter
SDG Charter
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Solution Partnerships

Window of Opportunity

Solution partnerships offer concrete solutions to challenges posed by the SDGs. They are led by one or more of the partners (not by the Charter Bureau). These solution partnerships are the flagship of the Charter, but they can only thrive if they are part of a larger movement, out of which they can grow and which is interested in these solutions.

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Community Life center

The Community Life Center platform (or CLC for short) is an initiative aimed at addressing the issue of access and quality of care in under resourced areas by strengthening primary and community health care. It is also aimed at supporting the drive for Universal health coverage by 2030 as part of the UN SDG targets. The platform has been developed in Africa as a market lead innovation and is flexible, modular and open to reputable and complimentary third parties.

 

 

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Human Cities coalition

Human Cities Coalition (HCC) is a Dutch public-private partnership dedicated to making cities more sustainable, inclusive and resilient. Initiated by AkzoNobel, HCC has 150+ stakeholders and 20 contributing partners dedicated to achieving SDG11 and the New Urban Agenda. HCC’s mission is to improve access to basic services such as drinking water, sanitation, waste management, housing and employment to people living in the slums and informal settlements by developing inclusive and replicable business cases for their challenges.

 

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SDG-Investing

The Dutch 'SDG Investing’ (SDGI) Agenda was presented by 20+ Dutch financial institutions to Lilianne Ploumen (Minister for Foreign Trade & Development Cooperation) and Frank Elderson (Executive Director at the Dutch Central Bank, DNB) in December 2016. Through the SDGI Agenda, its signatories commit to greater action surrounding the 2030 Agenda and call upon the government and Central Bank to work together to accelerate investment in the SDGs.