From 2010 to 2013, the GPOBA: Vietnam Education Project provided tuition subsidies to more than 8,000 poor students to attend non-public upper secondary schools and professional secondary schools. Using an output-based aid approach, the project linked the payment of a tuition subsidy with student performance.
Over 2,000 primary school deaf students in Vietnam are targeted for a better education through an improved Vietnamese sign language-based curricula and teacher training, to be made possible through a grant agreement signed on July 29th between the Government of Vietnam and the World Bank.
Webinar organized by the World Bank's Global Partnership on Output-Based Aid (GPOBA) on the use of results-based financing to provide access to water in rural Vietnam 2014 03 27
Vietnam: World Bank-administered GPOBA and East Meets West Foundation to Help Provide Secondary Education for Poor Students
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GPOBA grants US$3m to the East Meets West Foundation to Improve Access to Water Services to Rural Vietnam
Hanoi, Vietnam, November 30, 2007 – The World Bank, acting as an administrator for the Global Partnership on Output Based Aid (GPOBA), signed today a grant agreement with the East Meets West Foundation (EMWF) for US$3 million to provide access to clean water services to 75 low income rural communities in five provinces located in the central part of Vietnam, through an innovati