The engagement of philanthropy in Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is recent. The urgency of greater social impact is one of the points of intersection of the two agendas of work. The report “Philanthropy and the Sustainable Development Goals: Engaging Private Social Investment in the Global Development Agenda” presents a mapping of SDG implementation in Brazil with the support from philanthropy, business and civil society actors.
The new report of the SDG Philanthropy Platform informs that Brazil presents a relatively well-structured environment of networks, associations and organizations for philanthropy. In addition, it is one of four countries in the Latin American and Caribbean region to have a formal association of philanthropic foundations. SDGs are known and used by most of the country’s philanthropic organizations as support for their decision-making processes.