SDG 6. Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.
All are permitted to use up to one half of their supplementary income for community development. This will do much to help build the necessary infrastructure for clean water and sanitation in poor rural communities that are “off-net.”. At the same time, the increased focus by business and industry on sustainable goods and services is likely to bring about the development of more effective infrastructure for clean drinking water and sanitation as these seek ways to serve this important new market.
After the first year of the Plan, the SIFA’s will find their way into national economies as those working for the Plan exchange their SIFAs for national which can be used in the “old” economy. These SIFAs function in national currencies as a “hard” currency the value of which is subject to few fluctuations (also because of the use of the anti-inflation fund, that is a part of the SIFA Administrative system. At the same time, they may only be used for sustainable goods and services: sustainable infrastructure for water and electricity could be financed by SIFAs.