The Agency is a "not-for-profit" multi-stakeholder initiative that promotes discussion and multilateral cooperation, support commercial market openness and quality, and support member-states achieve their Sustainable Development Goals and targets for the benefit of youth, using science, technology and innovation as a conduct.
Founded in 2020, the Agency is domiciled in Zug, Switzerland and maintains operations in St Maarten and Germany.
The purpose of the Agency is to support the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals and targets, using science, technology and innovation as a conduct and, to support the Alliance pursue its socio-economic initiatives in the territory of its member-states.
We promote cooperation, develop strategies and policies in science, technology and innovation road maps and share best practices.
We prioritize collaboration, mobilize capital and experienced management and assist in financing, operating and expanding private enterprises to contribute to the development of our members.
We facilitate the expansion of financial hubs in the territory of our members to attract foreign and domestic capital flow thereby building better financial market quality and creating employment.
We make the resources of the Agency available to members, providing them with opportunity to adapt to rapid technology changes and to compete in the new global economy.
We use our resources to shorten the duration and lessen the degree of disequilibrium in the implementation of the SDGs for all members.
The Agency was appointed on the 22nd day of March 2022 with full power and authority to manage assets, raise capital, invest and develop and implement commercial and financial activities for the Alliance and its 34 member-states, thus making the Agency a specialized agency and the Alliance and the Agency sister organizations.
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Business Consortium & Fundraising Initiatives
We appointed Nektar, a private firm to establish an international business consortium, manage relationships with the private enterprises we invest in and, to organize fundraising initiatives following Agency and Alliance business standards, practices and protocols.
Nektar is also the organizer of the Nektar Challenge, a crypto fundraiser and sporting event that will be held from May to July 2023 and that aims to establish SDG-focused philanthropy for the crypto industry as a global norm.
Our Advisory Council will be selected by the Board of Governors. The Council will include representatives of security, science, technology, banking and commercial interests with as wide a national representation as possible and will advise the Agency on matters of general policy. Councillors will serve for two years and may be reappointed.
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Our oversight Investment Committee is composed of three persons selected by the Executive Board. The Committee advise the Agency on the development of frameworks and guides to define and evaluate impacts of investments and reports achievements of positive contribution towards the SDGs to the Executive Board and to members.
Code of Conduct
Our Code of Conduct explains how we underscore our collective responsibility in upholding the highest standards of conduct at all times.
The Alliance Initiative
Learn more about the Alliance, its initiative, its vision and its participating member-states.