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The Sovereign Infrastructure Group joined SIF Strategic Committee

The Sovereign Infrastructure Group joined SIF Strategic Committee

SIF is pleased to announce that the Sovereign Infrastructure Group (SIG) joined its Strategic Committee to provide inputs in the long-term strategy for SOURCE’s engagement with the private sector. SIG is a global financing company that works with project sponsors and...

SIF and WAPP announce collaboration for SDG-driven PPPs

SIF and WAPP announce collaboration for SDG-driven PPPs

SIF is pleased to announce the signature of a cooperation agreement with the World Association of PPP Units & Professionals (WAPPP) to reinforce collaboration with professionals. This will put the UN 2030 Agenda at the core PPP preparation and implementation....

SOURCE endorsed by Heads of States

SOURCE endorsed by Heads of States

SOURCE was endorsed by Heads of States who called for its deployment on the African continent at the Summit on the Financing of African Economies in Paris.  On May 18th, 2021, the multilateral platform SOURCE was endorsed by about 50 Heads of States and leaders during...

SOURCE Success Stories and Users’ Testimonials

SOURCE Success Stories and Users’ Testimonials

Since March 2019, the SOURCE Council has endorsed SIF’s proposed strategy for deploying. SOURCE in their member countries via an integration process. As of May 2021, SOURCE is being integrated in 13 countries, and 33 countries expressed an official interest in...

UNCITRAL’s Legislative Guide on Public-Private Partnerships in SOURCE

UNCITRAL’s Legislative Guide on Public-Private Partnerships in SOURCE

The latest milestone of United Nations Commission on International Trade Law’s (UNCITRAL) collaboration with the Sustainable Infrastructure Foundation (SIF) has been completed with the deployment of UNCITRAL’s Legislative Guide on Public-Private Partnerships on...

SOURCE supporting the preparation of gender inclusive infrastructure

SOURCE supporting the preparation of gender inclusive infrastructure

Gender inclusive infrastructure was mentioned as a key objective in the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development’s (EBRD) Strategy for the Promotion of Gender Equality 2016-2020 in order to improve access to services. Although infrastructure sector projects...

Further Development of SOURCE for City Projects

Further Development of SOURCE for City Projects

Revision of core questions in SOURCE Climate change and the unprecedented growth of cities, especially in emerging economies and developing countries, require increased investments in sustainable infrastructure projects that reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Yet,...

Delivery Challenges embedded in SOURCE

Delivery Challenges embedded in SOURCE

SOURCE, the multilateral platform for quality infrastructure, now showcases the Delivery Challenges from the Global Delivery Initiative (GDI). Delivery challenges are the non-technical problems that hinder development interventions and that prevent practitioners from...

SOURCE Integration Process Conducted Online

SOURCE Integration Process Conducted Online

The COVID-19 pandemic directly impacted SIF’s operations during the last 6 months, making it impossible to provide onsite workshops. The SIF management team’s swift response brought online its support to governments in integrating SOURCE. SOURCE presentations,...

SOURCE taken further

SOURCE taken further

To better answer the needs of project developers and enhance users' experience, SIF is delighted to announce the launch of the following new functionalities and the upgrade of the project preparation templates on SOURCE: 2 new project preparation templates are...

Reduce the impacts of COVID-19 and evaluate responses to this crisis

Reduce the impacts of COVID-19 and evaluate responses to this crisis

As an online project management system and global knowledge dissemination vehicle, SOURCE provides the following specific value propositions to reduce the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and assess the responses to this crisis : Leveraging global lessons learned: One...

#SOURCE is not only making #infrastructure #private debt #investment immediately achievable, it also becomes an efficient long-term #partner in our quest for welcoming additional #developing #countries in our investment scope @g20org IWG @NatixisIM @ILNinfo

A key value of #SOURCE is its full adaptability to the institutional context of each country. The full integration of SOURCE in #Uzbekistan will create a transparent environment where all stakeholders can contribute jointly to the projects @g20org IWG

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