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PUBLIC SECTOR PARTNERSHIPS During 2015, all nations on Earth committed to a shared agenda for sustainable development and action on climate change. The commitment and leadership of WWF's public sector partners have been crucial. Now the focus is on bringing together governments, development partners, private sector and civil society to build partnerships, develop solutions and turn commitments into reality. "We will advance fully towards an equitable global economic system in which no country or person is left behind, enabling decent work and productive livelihoods for all, while preserving the planet for our children and future generations." - From the Addis Ababa Action Agenda, adopted by the world's governments on 15 July 2015, which will guide public finance, trade and private investment toward sustainable development. WWF was closely involved in the process, and we were pleased to see our environmental priorities figured highly. "The Addis Ababa Action Agenda is a significant achievement toward financing a sustainable development agenda in a holistic manner, one that recognizes the connection between economic prosperity, social development and environmental protection," said CĂ©line Beaulieu, WWF's Head of Delegation at the conference. "This is an important step forward in securing the resources needed to eradicate poverty and help countries develop sustainably. Ultimately, success will be determined by mobilization by all toward action and implementation." Bilateral agencies Australia - AusAID Netherlands - DGIS Austria - ADA New Zealand - NZAid Canada - CIDA Norway - Norad Denmark - Danida Sweden - Sida Finland - MoFA Switzerland - SDC, SECO France - AFD, FFEM United Kingdom - DFID, Defra Germany - BMZ, BMU, KfW, GIZ, DEG United States of America - USAID, USDA, DOS, USFWS, NOAA Japan - JICA WWF-INT Annual Review 2015 page 34

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