The United Nations Foundation is the fiduciary of the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data (the Global Partnership).
We are grateful for the support of the following organizations for sharing our vision and supporting our network’s work:
The Hewlett Foundation believes in the use of data to improve decision making, and established their Evidence-Informed Policymaking strategy to advance the Sustainable Development Goals. The Hewlett Foundation is supporting our overall strategy and efforts to strengthen our organizational effectiveness. We also work together on exploring models for public-private data sharing.
UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO)
The UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office works to mobilize UK expertise and resources to tackle the world’s greatest challenges and crises. In particular, FCDO is a strong champion of the Leave No One Behind agenda. FCDO works with the Global Partnership on all aspects of our long term strategy, and are active partners of the Inclusive Data Charter.
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
The Gates Foundation fights poverty, disease and inequity around the world and in service of that they seek sustainable and inclusive agricultural transformation. Towards this, we are partnering with the Foundation to strengthen the governance of agricultural data to ensure states can end hunger for all.
Islamic Development Bank Institute (IsDBI)
IsDBI is committed to advancing and mobilizing innovative tools to achieve the ambitious SDGs. We are working with IsDBI to strengthen countries’ monitoring of environmental indicators, including water quality, deforestation, and land use.
Google.org supports data sharing around the world and we are working with them to assess different data sharing platforms and initiatives to identify critical success factors to be applied and scaled.
Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF)
CIFF is dedicated to supporting child health, especially in the context of climate change. We are working with CIFF to support the strengthening of telehealth systems through the Living Goods project, so that even remote communities can access healthcare.