SFL strenthening Cooperation for Sustainable Development
At the core of UNDP’s efforts to support effective development co-operation are the internationally-agreed development effectiveness principles: country ownership over the development process; inclusive partnerships; a focus on results; and transparency and mutual accountability among partners.
Making the 2030 Agenda a reality requires mobilising a diverse range of public and private finance; leveraging the capacities, skills, technology, and knowledge of multi-stakeholder partnerships and exploring context-specific solutions to address increasingly complex development challenges.
The Global Goals can only be met if we work together in a supportive, empathetic, inventive, passionate, and above all, cooperative way.
UNDP's Stabilization Facility for Libya (SFL) is committed to work towards strengthening the means of implementation and revitalizing partnership and cooperation for sustainable development in Libya.
The following are examples and case studies on how SFL is working on a cooperative, collaborative, and coordinative way with international and local stakeholders to support effective development co-operation and sustainable solutions to the challenges that different communities in Libya are experiencing so that at some point local authorities could be able to provide services to their communities without external support.