March 2020: Gender and World Water Day 
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Closing the Gender Gap in the Water Sector with Results-Based Financing

Coinciding with the recent commemoration of International Women's Day (March 9) and World Water Day (March 24), GPRBA has developed a toolkit to support project teams seeking to address gender inequalities in water service provision through results-based financing. Additional toolkits are available to mitigate gender disparities in energy, education and urban projects (including solid waste management and land tenure security). These useful resources can help guide development practitioners to identify the desired outcomes and outputs at a project concept stage, so that the program design, components and actions are directly related to closing any identified gender gaps (see toolkits below) . 
How to Close Gender Gaps with Results-Based Financing in Urban Projects 

How to Close Gender Gaps with Results-Based Financing in Education Projects
How to Close Gender Gaps with Results-Based Financing in Energy Projects
How to Close Gender Gaps with Results-Based Financing in Water Projects
"New Approaches for Urban Sanitation in Sri Lanka

Learn about how RBF was implemented to find three main solutions to provide Colombo's informal settlements with improved access to sanitation services.
"Providing Sustainable Sanitation and Water Services to Low-income Communities in Nairobi"

View how this GPBRA's project provided water and sanitation to 85,000 people in Nairobi's informal settlements. 
Using OBA/RBF to Improve Gender Equality

This previous feature story describes how results-based financing has contributed to gender equality in water, sanitation, energy and education through its various projects. 
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