JUNE  2019:  Banking on Impact
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Banking on Impact: What You Need to Know about Results-Based Financing 

This innovative approach to development financing has caught the attention of donors, investors and governments. In light of the UN Sustainable Development Goals of providing universal and improved access to basic infrastructure and services by 2030, can results-based financing accelerate and help reach these targets by filling in the investment gap?
Uzbekistan Early Childhood Education 

Learn about GPRBA's first impact bond in collaboration with the World Bank's IDA program and the Global Partnership for Education to expand children's access to schooling in Uzbekistan's urban areas. 
Zambia Rural Electrification Scale-up

This is a followup to GPRBA's initial electricity project for urban/peri-urban zones, focusing this time on extending power to rural areas. 
Impact Bonds and Maximizing Finance for Development

This paper outlines the potential contributions of impact bonds to the World Bank Group’s "Maximizing Finance for Development" approach, a response to the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda.
Impact Bonds: Considerations for Investment Returns and Pricing of Outcomes 

This paper provides tools to address the questions regarding how to approach pricing outcomes in impact bonds. 
Bangladesh OBA Microfinance Sanitation - Evaluation Report

This report provides an overview of the use of microfinance in implementing a type of results-based financing to extend sanitation services in Bangladesh. 
Have You Heard of Impact Bonds?

World Bank Director Anna Wellenstein and Infrastructure Specialist Inga Afanasieva explain what impact bonds are, and how they work in development projects. 
What Does RBF Mean to You?

Select participants from the RBF Forum 2019 -- held in Addis Ababa (May 15-17, 2019) -- share their perspectives on results-based financing.  
Ghana Sanitation Project Exceeds Target by 17%

GPRBA and the World Bank's project installed 22,342 household toilets (more than the targeted 19,100) and finished one year ahead of schedule. 
Zambia Electricity Project Cited as Example of World Bank- ILO Cooperation

The June ILO newsletter focuses on good practices and features examples of World Bank and ILO collaboration, listing the Zambia electricity project among them. 
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