Aide basée sur les résultats au Viet Nam: Accès des ménages ruraux aux services d’adduction d’eau

Au Viet Nam, l’approvisionnement durable en eau des populations rurales pose problème depuis de nombreuses années. En milieu rural, où se concentrent environ 74 percent de la population, à peine 48 percent des ménages ont accès à l’eau potable, contre 82 percent en zone urbaine1. Seuls 30˜…

Date: 2011

Type: OBApproaches

Tags: Water and Sanitation

Output-Based Aid in Vietnam: Access to Piped Water Services for Rural Households

In Vietnam, achieving sustainable provision of water services for communities in rural areas has been a challenge for years. About 74 percent of the Vietnamese population is concentrated in rural areas, yet just 48 percent of households have access to clean water, compared with 82 percent in…

Date: 2011

Type: OBApproaches

Tags: Water and Sanitation

Strengthening Fiscal Transfers in Indonesia Using an Output-Based Approach

In 2010, the World Bank approved a US$220 million loan for a Local Government and Decentralization project in Indonesia. The project aims to improve the accountability and reporting of the central government’s Specific Purpose Grants (DAK). Piloted in four infrastructure sub-sectors—irrigation,…

Date: 2011

Type: OBApproaches

Tags: Independent Verification