Independent Verification

As interest increases in using results-based financing (RBF) approaches, shifting the focus from inputs to outputs through the use of performance-based incentives or subsidies, the need for reliable verification systems has become more important.
GPOBA is a global partnership program in the World Bank Group. Through a diverse portfolio of projects, GPOBA funds, designs, demonstrates and documents output-based aid approaches (OBA) to improve the delivery of basic services in  developing  countries. Large development projects too often fail to include the very poor, and GPOBA is dedicated to making sure the poor and marginalized  have access to  electricity, water, sanitation, health care, education and other basic services necessary for growth and opportunity.
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Highlights

Bangladesh Sanitation

Bangladesh Sanitation Grant Agreement 

Over 170,000 low-income households in rural Bangladesh will have access to hygienic sanitation under the Output-Based Aid (OBA) Sanitation Microfinance Program. The World Bank, in partnership with the Palli Karma-Sahayak Foundation (PKSF), is supporting this program with a $3 million grant from the Global Partnership on Output-Based Aid (GPOBA), in line with the government’s initiative to enable households to shift from basic to hygienic quality sanitation services. 

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Newsletter

GPOBA Newsletter

Vol. 4, No. 8 / OBA Connections 

The second edition of OBA Connections for 2017 focuses on Independent Verification, a key component of the OBA approach, which integrates monitoring and quality control into the project cycle and provides accountability to donors and governments that their funds have been used for the intended purpose.
 

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What’s New

Annual Report 2016

GPOBA's Annual Report for FY2016 is now available in an interactive digital format (also available for downloading). This report offers a more in-depth look at GPOBA’s activities throughout the fiscal year, as it works to increase access to basic services for poor and marginalized populations.

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