Key multilateral and bilateral development partners are the lifeblood of Poverty-Environment Action. They help meet the challenge of scaled-up support to countries to achieve their poverty-environment mainstreaming needs through the mobilization of important resources and technical capacity.
To date, Poverty-Environment Action has been collaborated with a number of other bilateral and multilateral development partners such as Asian Development Bank, International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GIZ), Green Economy Coalition, Overseas Development Institute (ODI), United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD) and UN Women.
Implementing partners have provided considerable backing for Poverty-Environment Action, both in terms of advocating for our contribution to the follow up of 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and ‘Delivering as One’, supporting Poverty-Environment Action’s joint UNDP–UNEP integrated approach. They have also provided financial and technical support through coordination and collaboration in the delivery of support packages to country programmes.
The Poverty-Environment Action is currently funded by the Governments of Austria, Sweden, and the European Union.
Poverty-Environment Action wishes to acknowledge the generous financial support of the Governments of Austria, Belgium, Norway, Sweden, and the European Union.