Microsoft Word 2016.07.18 Moderator Notes Partnership Dialogue 2 remarks.docx

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1 Small Island Developing States Partnership Framework A Dialogue for Reviewing SIDS Partnerships 18 July 2016, 3:30 - 5:00PM, Conference Room 1, UNHQ Thank you Ambassador Cardi, I also would like to thank you and your team for the genuine partnership and cooperation we enjoy. Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen, We a r e v e r y p l e a s e d t o sharing our experience with t he SIDS Partnership Framework with you, within this very timely P artnership Exchange. Because of our first hand experience with the vulnerabilities associated with - being a SIDS, and given our historic advocacy on behalf of the world’s island states for the past 25 years, it is a particular honour for the Maldives to b e the first Chair of the Steering Committee on Partnerships for SIDS. We have been able to set the foundation stone on which this platform will stand - not only in the on, and hopefully flourish in the years to come implementation of the SAMOA Pathway, but towards the realisation of the 2030 Agenda and the sustainable development goals. After all, the well being of the entire international community depends on the successful implementation of SDGs. in the UN: w here The SIDS Partnership Framework is the first of its kind, the target group of countries, and their partners work together in a Steering Committee, w ithin a given set of priorities identified by the SAMOA Pathway, as well as its r ith avenues for elationship to the 2030 Agenda, w nd ange of views through the Partnerships Dialogues, discussion and exch a with a standardized approach to measure and report on progress through the reporting template. The Third International Conference on Small Island Developing States, held Permanent Mission of Maldives to the United Nations | 801 Second Av enue, Suite 202, New York, NY 10017, U SA -­‐‑ 6405 |www.MaldivesMission.com | [email protected] 661 -­‐‑ 212 -­‐‑ 6195 | Fax: +1 -­‐‑ 599 212 -­‐‑ 6194 / +1 -­‐‑ 599 -­‐‑ 212 -­‐‑ +1 Tel: -­‐‑ Page 1 of 3

2 in September 2014, adopted the theme “ genuine and durable partnerships ”, because we know we cannot do it development of SIDS sustainable for We n e e d d u r a b l e p a r t n e r s t h a t w i l l b e t h e r e f o r t h e l o n g r u n , e v e n alone. - when the going gets tough. We need genuine partners who know us well ho know our priorities, and our hopes, and will go with us in realizing w them. And we need partners who are open with us: who come with a sincere desire to help . We a r e c o n t i n u o u s l y l e a r n i n g a n d a p p l y i n g c h a n g e s a n d a d o p t i n g b e s t practices. That is why today’s dialogue is so important. Today, we will be hearing from three partnerships, to take stock of their nges and how they achievements and successes, and reflect on their challe have overcome them. In preparation for this session, w have asked them to focus on three sets of key questions: 1. What has been your biggest achievement within this partnership? are your successes? What 2. What have been the challenges? And Setbacks? What have you learnt And h ow did you overcome them? them? from best practices can you share for Based on your experience, what 3. working in SIDS? What are some of the lessons that can be used in other partnerships? - minute presentation from each of the partnerships 10 We w i l l h e a r a s hort featured today. And I will request that the presenters keep to their allocated time, as the one of the objectives of today’s session is for dialogue and featuring here today, taken The partnerships we are interaction as well. together, are active across all the SIDS regions, and address key concerns of SIDS ranging from means of implementation, oceans and seas, and climate change and disaster risk reduction. And we are very interested to hear of r experiences in partnering with SIDS. thei One thing is very clear: the international community is ready to work with SIDS. And there are many wonderful partnerships happening across the 3 Page 2 of

3 SIDS Regions as we speak. We need to bring more of these experiences to the forefront, as success stories, where lessons can be learnt from, and replicated in other SIDS. From my viewpoint, the purpose of this dialogue has been achieved. We thank all the presenters, the respondents and the participants from the floor ur sharing your views today, and for being with us today. We are for yo encouraged by your support, as we continue to work towards realizing the SAMOA Pathway. As realizing the SAMOA Pathway, will be instrumental to achieving the 2030 Agenda for SIDS. I thank y ou all. *** Page 3 of 3

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