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Item 6.1 NDB sdgs mapping method and results

  1. 1. New Development Bank SDGs mapping method and results November 2020
  2. 2. 1.NDB’s Alignment with the SDGs 2.NDB’s SDG mapping method 3.Case in point 4.Mapping results 5.Forward-looking considerations Outline
  3. 3. Parallel milestones of NDB’s and SDGs’ creation 5th BRICS Summit Decision to establish NDB announced 6th BRICS Summit Agreement establishing NDB signed Officially launched 2013 4th BRICS Summit Considered possibility of setting up a new development bank UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) Launched the process to develop a set of sustainable development goals 2012 2014 2015 UN Open Working Group on SDGs Proposed the 17 goals and 169 targets of the SDGs Officially launched UN Open Working Group on SDGs Established by the UN General Assembly
  4. 4. Alignment of NDB’s mandate and strategy with the 2030 Agenda … mobilize resources for infrastructure and sustainable development projects in BRICS and other emerging economies and developing countries, complementing the existing efforts of multilateral and regional financial institutions for global growth and development. • Commitment to support countries’ efforts in achieving the SDGs and the 2015 Paris Agreement • Key areas of operation, including: i) clean energy; ii) transport infrastructure; iii) irrigation, water resource management & sanitation; iv) sustainable urban development
  5. 5. NDB’s SDG mapping method Why develop a mapping method? • Promote accountability to NDB’s mandate • Ensure evidence-based reporting of SDG alignment • Understand which SDG’s NDB’s financing is aligned with NDB’s method • Maps each project to a primary SDG and additional SDG(s) • Seeks to fulfill a mapping and accounting need • Focuses on the intended positive development results of projects
  6. 6. NDB’s SDG mapping method Design and Monitoring Framework (DMF) SDG linked indicators Project Database1 2 3 4 SDG Mapping Results Every project is mapped to its most relevant SDG based on its objectives and SDG-linked indicators
  7. 7. Key area of operation: Irrigation, water resource management and sanitation Indicative list of project- level development results indicators: • Organized by key area of operation • Output / outcome indicators mapped to SDGs 1
  8. 8. Key area of operation: Irrigation, water resource management and sanitation SDG Indicator: • 6.1.1 Proportion of population using safely managed drinking water services 1
  9. 9. Shengzhou Urban and Rural Integrated Water Supply and Sanitation Project Operation Area Loan Amount (USD) Primary SDG Alignment Additional SDG Alignment Drinking Water Supply Capacity Increased (m3/day) Sewage Treatment Capacity Increased (m3/day) People Benefiting from Improved Access to Water & Sanitation (#) Irrigation, Water Resource Management and Sanitation 117,000,000 Goal 6: Clean Water and Sanitation Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities 155,000 30,000 385,000 Project rationale / development challenge Water supply and sanitation does not reach national standards: (i) imbalanced and non-integrated drinking water supply and distribution network due to dispersed water supply plants; (ii) lack of capacity and outdated technology of existing water supply plants; and (iii) inadequate sewage treatment system to match the rapid urbanization and industrialization. Project’s intervention / outputs The Project aims to upgrade urban and rural water supply and sanitation systems and optimize water management system in Shengzhou through construction of: • water supply plants; • sewage treatment plants; • associated pipelines; and • a smart water management center. 2
  10. 10. Source: NDB data (up to end-Q2, 2020) Cumulative Project Approvals by primary SDG alignment • 6 projects in India, China, Russia and South Africa primarily aligned with SDG 6 • The Bank’s portfolio is most aligned with SDG 9, SDG 7 and SDG 11 4 Primary SDG Alignment Number of Projects (#) Cumulative Approvals (USD million) Share of Total Approvals (%) Direct Contribution to Additional SDGs 1 1,000 5.55 1 345 1.91 2 1,990 11.03 2 550 3.05 6 1,686 9.35 14 3,412 18.92 18 5,220 28.94 11 2,872 15.93 1 500 2.77 1 460 2.55 Total 57 18,035 100
  11. 11. Evolution of NDB’s Operations by Primary SDG Alignment Source: NDB data (up to end-Q2, 2020) - 5 10 15 20 25 End 2017 End 2018 End 2019 End Q2 2020 USDbillion SDG 1 SDG 2 SDG 3 SDG 4 SDG 6 SDG 7 SDG 9 SDG 11 SDG 13 SDG 16
  12. 12. Evolution of NDB’s Operations by Primary SDG Alignment Source: NDB data (up to end-Q2, 2020) - 5 10 15 20 25 End 2017 End 2018 End 2019 End Q2 2020 USDbillion SDG 1 SDG 2 SDG 3 SDG 4 SDG 6 SDG 7 SDG 9 SDG 11 SDG 13 SDG 16 COVID-19 assistance loan to Brazil
  13. 13.  Continuous improvement of NDB’s methods of development impact design, monitoring and reporting  Emphasis on knowledge sharing with global development stakeholders, including: • Member countries • International organizations • Development finance institutions and commercial banks • Non-governmental organizations • Academia and think tanks Going forward
  14. 14. Thank you Strategy and Partnerships Division strategypartnerships@ndb.int

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