The Government of Suriname and the UN System in Suriname are implementing a SDG Joint Fund Programme project that aims to elaborate sustainable development financing strategies for four priority sectors. An objective is to ensure more inclusive and gender responsive actions towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The first training on “Environmental & Social Risk Analysis (ESRA) for the Financial Sector”, will be held in dedicated sessions on February 1st, 8th, and 15th, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m local time.
This training programme will introduce participants to strategies and tools to detect, mitigate and evaluate environmental and social risks (E&S), and apply methods that illustrate the effective implementation of E&S risk analysis in Suriname’s financial sector.
Target Audience: Risk managers and analysts in financial institutions, governments and financial regulators with little or no knowledge/experience of ESRA in Suriname.
Methodology: The training includes a mix of theory, illustrations and practical exercises where risk managers and analysts in financial institutions, governments and financial regulators with little or no knowledge/experience of ESRA in Suriname.
- 1 February, 2022: Implementation I – Identifying Risks
- 8 February, 2022: Implementation II– Analysing Risks
- 15 February, 2022: Implementation III– Managing Risks
The webinar will be delivered in English and materials will be translated into Dutch, and shared with all participants.
Participants who actively participate in the 3 training sessions and submit all course assignments will receive a certificate from UNEP FI and its partners at the end of the training.
Carolina Yazmín López – email@example.com
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