SIF presented how the G20’s Quality Infrastructure Investment (QII) Indicators were digitalised as well as how the implementation stages were upgraded according to countries’ feedbacks and best practices.
The members of the SOURCE Community met on January 16th to participate in the first presentation and discussion about how the latest version of the SOURCE project preparation and monitoring guidance. SIF with the support of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) digitalised the cross-cutting and sector-specific G20 QII Indicators, enabling government to include specific targets during preparation and the monitoring of the results achieved during project implementation including:
- 20 new tooltips.
- 782 new indicators to collect exante and expost
- a preliminary self-evaluation of the project alignment with the QII
- 10 new consistency checks.
- Upgrade of the implementation stages guidance based on countries feedbacks. and the latest APMG PPP guide recommendations
The new SOURCE version will be available in the 2nd quarter of 2024 and in 10 languages.
In addition, the SIF team presented the UN SDG Investment Fair (April 23-25, 2024, in New York), which is an event to connect investors, projects, governments, development finance institutions, and the UN SDG investment ecosystem to find solutions to mobilise private investment for the SDGs. The integrated countries willing to participated can express interest and published their projects in SOURCE that will be further promoted during the fair. can
The meeting, chaired by Panama, welcomed the Government of Angola, the most recent country to join the group. The meeting was attended by Angola, Ecuador, France, Kazakhstan, Senegal, South Africa, and Ukraine.
The next SOURCE Community meeting will be on February 20th, and it will have a presentation by the use of SOURCE in France.
Contact your Integration Manager if your country finalised the Pilot Phase and you wish to join the Community.