The development objective of the QIPEDC Project was to increase primary school-aged deaf children’s access to Vietnamese Sign Language (VSL) and improve their learning outcomes. Thanks to the project’s interventions, nearly 2,000 deaf students in 20 provinces across Vietnam were given the opportunity to improve their educational experience through the use of VSL.
As of June 30, 2022, the GPRBA portfolio consisted of 58 grant projects in 7 sectors, spanning over 30 countries and 1 territory, for a total grant commitment of $304.7 million and cumulative disbursements of $224.8 million.
On June 7, 2022, the RBF Knowledge Silo Breaker (KSB) launched a new webinar series to develop a deeper understanding of how RBF is being utilized to deliver development outcomes globally and across sectors.
The IFC and World Bank partnered with GPRBA to improve irrigation management and water provision for small-scale cotton farmers in Burkina Faso.
John Kojo Armah is the managing director of COMSANS sanitation services, a company that specializes in compost toilets.
COMSANS has been in business for a few years, and thanks to the support of the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area Sanitation and Water Project (GAMA), the company was able to expand, hire more workers, and build toilets quicker and more sustainably.
Samuel Gyabah is the founder of Samalex Solutions a social enterprise that produces micro-flush and bio-digester toilets. Through workshops and training from the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area Sanitation and Water Project (GAMA), Samuel has improved his technical ability, his relationship with workers, and their customer relationship.