Partnership in Honduras: Output-Based Aid for Water and Sanitation

    In Honduras, millions of people lack access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation services. Current public and private investment is not enough to provide the poor with access to these basic services. Through an innovative, results-based financing mechanism called output-based aid, the World Bank, the Global Partnership on Output-Based Aid (GPOBA) and the Government of Honduras connected 87,000 low-income residents to water and sanitation services.




    Resource: New video depicts improved lives in Honduras via water and sanitation | GPOBA