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
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 urban areas.
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.