The India, Brazil, and South Africa Facility for Poverty and Hunger Alleviation (IBSA Fund) has established itself as a flagship initiative of South-South cooperation in partnership with the United Nations system. In 15 years, the fund has contributed over $37 million to alleviating poverty and hunger in 19 partner countries through 31 unique projects. IBSA efforts are advancing the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals and shaping the multilateral vision and operational approaches to promote, strengthen and enable South-South cooperation.
To take stock of these accomplishments, the IBSA Fund will hold a 15-year anniversary celebration and launch of the IBSA Fund report for 2018. At this event, the private sector, civil society, academia and philanthropic organizations focused exclusively on South-South cooperation solutions will convene with Missions to the United Nations, representatives of countries benefiting from the IBSA Fund, and IBSA project partners to discuss successful innovations and good practices in the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Organizers: IBSA Fund