Making blended finance work for the sustainable

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Title: Making Blended Finance Work for the SDGs - what will it take? Highlights
Author: CRISHNA MORGADO Naeeda
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Making Blended Finance Work for the Sustainable
Development Goals
HIGHLIGHTS
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Blended finance can help bridge the investment gap for the
SDGs, but requires a common framework
What is blended
finance?
Blended finance is
the strategic use of
development
finance for the
mobilisation of
additional finance
towards sustainable
development in
developing
countries.
`Blending is trending': development co-operation providers,
development banks and DFIs are all scaling up
INCREASE IN THE NUMBER OF BLENDED FINANCE FACILITIES LAUNCHED, 2000-16
Number of facilities
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Source: OECD 2017 and EDFI 2015 surveys of blended finance funds and facilities
Pooled vehicles are emerging as innovative financial structures
to attracting commercial capital in innovative ways
STRUCTURE OF GEEREF Funds can
mobilise
investors at
multiple levels
SDGs alignment of funds and facilities
HOW BLENDED FINANCE FUNDS AND FACILITIES TARGET THE SDGs
Blended finance
has to be more
strategically
targeted based on
careful
assessments of
what works in
different contexts
and geographies
Source: OECD 2017 Survey
on blended finance funds
and facilities
Blending in practice - A closer look at the numbers
PRIVATE FINANCE MOBILISED BY OFFICIAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCE
Blended finance INSTRUMENTS, BY INCOME GROUP, USD MILLION, 2012-2015
is largely
mobilising
finance in
middle-income
contexts
Source: Benn, Sangar? and Hos (2017)
USD 81 billion mobilised from the private sector in 2012-
2015, the majority (77%) in middle-income countries

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