Round 2 Report on IOM-UNDP Seed Funding to Advance Joint Programming for the Response to and Recovery from COVID-19 and the Achievement of the 2030 Agenda
Related Sustainable Development Goals and Global Compact for Migration Objectives
The IOM-UNDP Seed-Funding Initiative is a strategic investment and catalyst to
- Produce concrete results through scalable and sustainable interventions
- Advance the IOM-UNDP partnership and synergies, including at inter-agency level, and
- Expand avenues to mobilize targeted and predictable support.
In the second round of the Seed-Funding initiative implemented in late 2021, 10 IOM and UNDP Country Offices were supported - namely Burkina Faso, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Mozambique, Peru, Sudan, Turkey, and Uganda - to implement Joint Actions to advance programming for the response to and recovery from COVID-19 and the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development.
This report presents the approach and objectives of the Seed-Funding Initiative, focusing on the second round of funding. It presents the key outcomes of the initiative in advancing the IOM-UNDP partnership and paving the way for subsequent scaling up and joint fundraising, as well as the programmatic results and impacts of the joint actions implemented in the 10 countries that benefited from the Seed-Funding Initiative. The report also looks at the shifting context towards longer-term socio-economic recovery and keeping the pace in achieving progress against the Sustainable Development Goals with the onset of the shock caused by COVID-19 already further in the past.
For more information on the first round of Seed Funding, please read the final report of Round 1 and read each project page here.
Read the info-brief about the initiative here.