UN Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework 2021-2025
04 September 2020
The United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (UNSDCF) is the main tool to achieve the 2030 Agenda by consolidating key resources of strategic partners - the UN agencies, the Government ministries, representatives of civil society and the private sector.
The Cooperation Framework priorities have been defined in the process of multi-stakeholder consultations with representatives of state institutions, civil society and academia. led by the idea that the 2030 Agenda must be achieved with the participation of all people of Kazakhstan, including women, youth, persons with special needs – all to ensure that we Leave No One Behind.
Within three thematic areas - Human Development and Equal Participation, Effective Institutions, Human Rights and Gender Equality, and Inclusive Economic Growth and Environmental Sustainability, joint interventions of strategic partners will be implemented under six outcomes that focus on social, economic and environmental dimensions of sustainable development.
The UN is deepening its support to Kazakhstan to support better the ambitious vision of the country’s forward-looking development agenda and the Government’s commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals. The UN system in Kazakhstan will remain a valued, rights-based and trusted partner, focused on providing to its partners in the Government and society the most relevant policy advice, technical assistance and access to global networks.
The Cooperation Framework and UN’s COVID-19 Response Plan reflect the UN System’s pledge to the Government and to the people of Kazakhstan to always pursue the most sustainable, integrated, effective and efficient development pathways to achieve the 2030 Agenda.