Results-Based Financing Community of Practice
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ARGENTINA: PERFORMANCE-BASED ONTRACTS APPROACH IMPROVING ROA...

A World Bank study, published in March 2010, highlights the results achieved by the Contrato de Recuperación y Mantenimiento (CREMA) performance-based contracting scheme to rehabilitate and maintain A...

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OUTPUT-BASED AID IN THE CHAD: USING PERFORMANCE-BASED CONTRA...

Despite Chad's recent debut as an oil exporter, its people rank among the world's poorest. Large parts of the country are left in extreme isolation by the lack of a backbone road network that is passa...

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ANALYZING THE USE OF OBA IN URBAN TRANSPORT

The objective of this study is to analyze how the OBA approach can be applied to address the access challenges of low‐income people in developing countries to urban transport services. Specifically, t...

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OUTPUT-BASED AID FOR URBAN TRANSPORT

Urban transport systems are crucial to economic and social development, and are particularly important for connecting poor populations to jobs, education, and health services. As the developing world ...

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New DIB brings in big donors, provides biggest test of model...

KIRYANDONGO, Uganda — The small shop where Charles Gwokajja sells cooking oil, soaps, tea, and sweet treats sits an hour from the main road, down a muddy pothole-filled lane lined with maize fields. A...

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Can paying for results help to achieve the Millennium Develo...

Results-based financing and pay-for-performance refer to the transfer of money or material goods conditional on taking a measurable action or achieving a predetermined performance target. Results-base...

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Results Based Financing for Sanitation and Hygiene

The project objective is to improve the sanitation and hygiene practices an estimated 112,500 poor and vulnerable persons in four districts of northern Ghana. This would be achieved through a RBF and ...

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Educational Impacts and Cost-Effectiveness of Conditional Ca...

We meta-analyze for impact and cost-effectiveness 94 studies from 47 conditional cash transfer (CCT) programs in low- and middle-income countries worldwide, focusing on educational outcomes that inclu...

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Strong political decision-making is necessary for an effecti...

Results-based Financing RBF is an innovative health financing strategy. In fact, unlike traditional inputbased financing, RBF finances production of outputs.   RBF has been implemented in Burkina Faso...

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ICRC launches world's first Humanitarian Impact Bond

WASHINGTON — The International Committee of the Red Cross announced the launch of the world’s first Humanitarian Impact Bond on Friday, aiming to raise 26 million Swiss francs ($27.3 million) to build...

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