Recover Better Together

 
Bringing together public and private sector partners
to help local communities and MSMEs
recover better from the pandemic

We envision a world in which COVID-19 recovery forms the basis for the emergence of sustainable, resilient societies.

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The COVID-19 Private Sector Global Facility is a joint initiative of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), The United Nations Global Compact (UN Global Compact), and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). The Global Facility operates both at a global and national level and aims to co-create solutions that are tailored to tackle the phase of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the specificities of the local private sector and governments. By unlocking public-private and private-private cooperation for sustainable response to COVID-19 challenges, it is possible to recover better and build more resilient economies.

Our vision

Our solutions

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Empowering SMEs
with digital capabilities

Building e-commerce

opportunities

integrating SMEs into

sustainable procurement,

responsible supply chains,

and delivery of essential services

Boosting access
to capital

Benefiting SMEs
through collective
action and coordination

Based on the needs of SMEs and local communities, the Global Facility works within five solution areas that will enhance SMEs and incorporate them into future economies. The solution areas are:

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Through a phased approach starting with sound needs assessments and mobilisation of key stakeholders, actionable plans and initiatives will be developed for a group of selected countries. Countries in the first tranche are: Colombia, Ghana, the Philippines, and Turkey.

Partners

Initiating partners

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Strategic partners

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