This infographic illustrates the key features of GPRBA's role in the West Bank & Gaza Real Estate Registration Project, the first test case in applying results-based financing in the land sector.
This paper outlines the potential contributions of impact bonds to the World Bank Group’s Maximizing Finance for Development (MFD) approach. The MFD approach is in part a response by the World Bank Group to the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda.
This session looked at the use of output-based aid (OBA) and results-based financing (RBF) in fragile and conflict states; examining experiences in West Bank/Gaza, Nepal and Indonesia. OBA and RBF use innovative financing mechanisms to provide basic services -- like solid waste management, water, transportation and electricity – to the very poor.
Throughout the world, poverty is increasingly concentrated in countries and regions affected by fragility and conflict, which intensify already acute challenges to development. Fragility and conflict can range from persistent domestic or cross-border violence to vulnerability in the face of natural disasters or extreme weather events related to climate change, such as flooding or droughts.