8th September, 2022
In both developed and emerging economies, regional and local governments may struggle to provide residents with reliable and affordable access to essential infrastructure. Addressing such subnational disparities and improving the social inclusivity of infrastructure is key to achieving a long-term and sustainable recovery from the COVID-19 crisis.
In February 2022, G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors agreed on the importance of developing “policies to mobilise inclusive infrastructure investment to enhance social inclusion and address subnational disparities in regions and cities.”
To support this objective, the GI Hub and International Finance Corporation presented our latest webinar in collaboration with the G20 Indonesian Presidency.
This session highlighted solutions for governments and project proponents to mobilise private financing and inclusive infrastructure investment in order to reach vulnerable groups and underserved regions. Panellists discussed:
Each of the approaches and solutions will be illustrated with real project examples and expert perspectives.