Results Matters - New Pubs & Verification
April  2021
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 New Publications
Outcome-Based Financing for Service Delivery: With Key Considerations for the Recovery From COVID-19

This publication explores whether and how outcome-based financing can contribute to overcoming enduring service financing and delivery challenges, while also supporting long-term recovery and resilience in the context of COVID-19. 

Greater Accra Metropolitan Area Sanitation Case Study

"Output-Based Aid Sanitation Facility for Greater Accra in Ghana" is the third edition in RBF Case Study series, (following the Solomon Islands Energy Access and Bangladesh OBA Sanitation Microfinance  briefs). The case study describes how GPRBA support helped increase access to improved sanitation in low-income communities and benefitted more than 180,942 people.
Performance Measurement and Intergovermental Fiscal Transfer

This three-day event (Feb. 22-24, 2021) was the result of a GPRBA technical assistance activity to support the government of Indonesia's Local Government and Decentralization Project to improve its verification capacity to measure outputs and outcomes of fiscal state spending. Over 300 participants from key Indonesian ministries attended. 

 Earth Day 2021
GPRBA Support for "Green" Projects

GPRBA has sought to mitigate the effects of climate change through subsidy funding for clean energy projects, using technologies to provide access to energy in lower income households. As April 22 is Earth Day, visit our Climate Change page for an overview of some of our projects designed to reduce carbon emissions. 
 From Our Partners
Payment by Results (PbR) Guidance: Lessons From an Effective Verification System

These four publications advise on the design and implementation of third-party verification of PbR, based on the experience of the monitoring and verification team for DFID's Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Program:
1) DFID Payment by Results Guidance Note: Lessons from an effective verification system 
2) Verification in Practice #1: The Verification Cycle - Step by Step 
3) Verification in Practice #2: Appraising Monitoring Systems   
4) Verification in Practice #3: What makes a good indicator for a Payment by Results program?  

Learning About Payment by Results in Water, Sanitation & Hygiene

This compendium is a legacy product of learning outputs from the e-Pact Consortium's verifying and evaluating DFID's WASH Results Program.. The online publication features content from blogposts exploring the role of payment by results in WASH settings, including it effectiveness in promoting sustainable WASH outcomes.
Rigorous Verification of Results: Value for Money or Waste of Time?

EnDev shares lessons learned from seven years of applying RBF in energy access markets and designing and implementing verification systems under the UK Aid-financed RBF Facility.  
RBF Research and Resources
Results-Based Financing Database 

Now available on the GPRBA website is a compilation of literature published in the field of results-based financing between 2010 to 2020. It includes an initial collection of 205 published papers, journal articles and brief articles. If you have resources you think we should add to the database please send us an email to  
Self-Paced Course on Results-Based Financing 

Would you like to learn about results-based financing's basic concepts and principles? If so, take the online self-paced course "E-Learning on Results-Based Financing Approaches: Key Concepts and Principles."  
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