"Achieving the SDGs will require moving from billions to trillions in resource flows," the heads of international financial institutions said in a joint statement on 28 June. Can this 'paradigm shift' happen? Watch the video to learn more about the Financing for Development conference (FFD3).
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Where's the money? Your chance to query the IMF chief #FFD3. What would you ask Christine Lagarde, the International Monetary Fund Managing Director, if you could talk with her before the International Conference on Financing for Development begins on 13 July in Addis Ababa? We'll select issues and questions from those you submit to ask how to address poverty and how to fund the efforts - on hunger, health, education, infrastructure, jobs, the environment. Weigh in, as global leaders seek agreement on a set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to overcome poverty and protect the planet.
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