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COVID-19: The latest updates from IsDB

"We stand ready to work with all development partners towards achieving #SDGs in our member countries" - says #IsDB Group Chairman H.E. Dr. Muhammad Al Jasser at an SDGs Panel discussion at #Italy #Expo2020 #DubaiExpo. Read more: https://t.co/FrQMIrMaDG

JOIN US tomorrow in launching a report on Regional Cooperation & Integration (RCI) in #Asia & the #Pacific: Responding to #COVID19 #Building Back Better - in collaboration with @ADB_HQ @AIIB_Official @EBRD @WorldBank. For Registration👇 https://t.co/1WCnxJdWbg https://t.co/pfbeS2XuW4

JOIN US for a seminar on: "Business Opportunities in #IsDB Financed Projects" at #Expo2020, 24 January. #Consultants, #Contractors & #Suppliers for #infrastructure projects are most welcome to join in via the link👇 https://t.co/UE6tupxsin https://t.co/AKlVlJQFk3

"We are ready to work with governments to further co-develop #mining sector opportunities" - says #IsDB Group Chairman H.E. Dr. Muhammad Al Jasser while addressing the @FutureMineral Summit, in #Riyadh Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. #FMF2022 Read more: https://t.co/yGqyqZeAvR

It has been almost a year and a half since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. Everyone around the globe has the same question in mind: “When will the world put an end to this pandemic so that we can resume our normal lives?”
Today is a special anniversary as we mark 75 years of collective work since the UN came into existence. In September this year, we also reflected on five years since the adoption of the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which represented a new vision of development linking people, planet and prosperity and raised financing needs from billions to trillions.
- The joint “Infra Initiative” bridges the investment gap in utility projects by incentivizing more private sector investments and mobilizing additional funding.
- Initiative to target projects with limited access to international financing, namely electricity projects which use renewable energy or natural gas and water and waste management facilities.
- Initiative to prioritize projects in common member countries of APICORP and Islamic Development Bank.