I just want to make sure I got your question right. If you're referring to the needs, if we want to reach the SDGs by 2030, we would need between $5 trillion and $7 trillion, while ODA actually is $142 trillion.
This is your question? Okay. I just wanted to be sure.
Yes, this is exactly why we have to give as much as possible through the normal ODA channel, but we have to leverage new money from new partners. Yes, I think Canada has the capacity, the leadership, and the brand right now to lead the way, to lead the way and bring money in the sectors that we think will make the greatest difference in the field. This is exactly what I'm working on right now with Ambassador Blanchard at the UN. Ambassador Blanchard is co-leading a group of friends, with his colleague from Jamaica, on financing SDGs. Yesterday Madam Georgieva from the World Bank was here to talk about innovative financing in different ways.
So this is really the idea. For example, we want to bring the countries from the gulf region on board—we think we can find some money over there—to get them interested in different sectors of development and to accompany them in this. We want to involve the private sector. When I talk about the private sector, I'm talking about businesses, philanthropists, and even millennials. I want to re-engage Canadians widely. The DFI is one way to engage the private sector, but in a more general way it's important to find new friends and new donors for development.