GPOBA Annual Report 2014
This has been a year of significant growth for the Global Partnership on Output-Based Aid (GPOBA), exploring new horizons in output-based aid (OBA), celebrating important milestones, and building on experience. Most importantly, GPOBA continued to improve access to basic services for an increasing number of the world’s poorest citizens, reaching more than 7 million beneficiaries to date.
The Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2014 (FY14) provides an in-depth look at how GPOBA is fulfilling its mandate to fund, design, demonstrate, and document OBA approaches. This year’s theme, “New Horizons for Output-Based Aid,” highlights the inroads GPOBA has made into new areas and less-tested sectors where there has been little or no experience with OBA, such as fragile and conflict-affected situations (FCS), solid waste management, irrigation, urban transport, and education.