Partnerships for the Goals
Mobilize additional financial resources for developing countries from multiple sources.
Impact of stakeholders Strengthening the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development supported by multi-stakeholder partnerships that mobilise and share knowledge, experience, technology and financial resources to encourage the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals in all countries, especially in developing countries.
In November 2018 PhosAgro joined the UN Global Compact as an active participant.
Since January 2019, the Company has been taking part in the two platforms promoting responsible business and eliminating issues that arise when implementing the global goals — Business Reporting on the SDGs and Health is Everyone’s Business.
In September 2019, PhosAgro was included in the LEAD, a group of Global Compact participants that have achieved the best results in corporate social responsibility.
We cooperate with such international organisations as UNESCO, FAO, UN Global Compact, UNEP, and national organisations, like the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, the Russian Association of Fertilizer Producers and others.
The Company has established a system of interaction with stakeholders, in particular, the Company tries to maximize its positive impact through partnership programmes with major international organisations, such as: FAO, UNESCO, UN Global Compact, etc.
We will continue to interact with stakeholders, including:
Active participation in activities and initiatives of international, national and regional organisations and industrial associations, implementation of joint programmes;
Support of major national, regional and international events aimed at achieving sustainable development goals and national projects.
As an active member of the International Fertilizer Association (IFA), PhosAgro will continue to contribute to many of its projects.
PhosAgro’s investment in the Green Chemistry for Life project is expected to hit USD 2.5 mln by 2022 (including the grant programme established in 2016 to support research on phosphogypsum processing). The project has become the first in the history of the entire UN and UNESCO system to be implemented at the expense of Russian business.