Credit: Saul Gonzalez, GPOBA.

What We Do


Through subsidy funding and ongoing technical assistance activities, for the last 15 years the GPOBA program has been demonstrating that output-based aid can deliver a diverse range of services and lasting results for the poor. As the program evolved and grew, it has increasingly deployed RBF approaches beyond OBA. Through a renewed strategic focus, more and more projects are developed using a mix of RBF instruments that leverage donor resources to maximize private sector financing. To reflect the new emphasis on using different RBF instruments and a broader range of RBF mechanisms, GPOBA is now known as the Global Partnership on Results-Based Approaches (GPRBA). Some of the results of the program are highlighted below.

Water and Sanitation

What is Results-Based Financing?

1.9 million

It's providing 1.9 million people with access to water and sanitation, through 18  projects and $70 million. 


What is Results-Based Financing?


It's reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 89,500 tons of carbon dioxide with improved heating services in Moldova.


What is Results-Based Financing Doing in Solomon Islands?

15,000 low-income residents

have been provided with afffordable, reliable electricity