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Technical Workshop on Results-Based Funding

 

 

 

Organised jointly with German Development Institute (DIE) on 19-20 May 2014,  the workshop provided an opportunity for development practitioners and experts to discuss results-based funding mechanisms, focusing on experiences and early lessons in design and implementation. 

Experts and representatives from bilateral and multilateral institutions, foundations and partner countries explored key issues when designing and implementing these new financing modalities. Participants were invited to discuss their experience in sectors such as health, education, environment or governance. Plenary sessions as well as sessions with break-out groups were organised to facilitate practical exchanges. 

 

Programme of the Technical Workshop on Results-Based Funding

Workshop flyer

Workshop report

Key take-aways from the workshop

 

DAY ONE: Monday 19 May 2014

OPENING SESSION 

I. OVERVIEW OF PILOT PROGRAMMES 

II. SETTING UP A CORPORATE INSTRUMENT AND DESIGNING INDIVIDUAL PROGRAMMES

 III. MEASUREMENT AND DATA

 

DAY TWO: Tuesday 20 May 2014

IV. INCENTIVES AND SUSTAINABILITY

V. THE NEW RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARTNERS AND DONORS

  

Resources on Results-Based Funding Approaches

 

Presentation of results-based funding mechanisms

DFID (2014), Payment by Results Strategy: Sharpening incentives to perform

Center for Global Development (2014), Development Impact Bonds Briefing Note

Asian Development Bank (2013), Piloting Results-Based Lending for Programs

Center for Global Development (2013), Grant performance and payments at the Global Fund

World Bank (2011), A New Instrument to Advance Development Effectiveness: Program-for-Results Financing

 

General reading

Center for Global Development (2014), Results-based payments reduce the real costs of corruption in foreign aid

Center for Global Development  (2014), An introduction to cash on delivery aid for funders

Center for Global Development (2013), Implementing a results-based approach to strengthen IDA support for fragile states

Center for Global Development (2010)Cash on delivery: a new approach to foreign aid

DFID (2013), Evaluation of payment by results (PBR): current approaches, future needs

DFID (2010), Review of major Results Based Aid (RBA) and Results Based Financing (RBF) schemes

Vivid Economics (2013), Results-Based Financing In the Energy Sector - An Analytical Guide

Eurodad (2012), Hitting the Target? Evaluating the Effectiveness of Results-based Approaches to Aid

DIE, UNU-WIDER (2012), Fungibility and the choice of aid modalities: the red herring revisited

DIE (2012), Results-Based Aid (RBA): new aid approaches, limitations and the application to promote good governance

 

Sector specific reading

DIE (2014), Real innovation or second-best solution? First experiences from results-based aid for fiscal decentralisation in Ghana and Tanzania

World Bank (2014), Performance-Based Financing Toolkit

Angelsen A. (2013), REDD+ as performance-based aid: General lessons and bilateral agreements of Norway 

USAID (2013), US experience on results-based finance forest carbon, markets and communities (FCMC) program

BMZ (2013), Evidence Review, Results-Based Financing of Maternal and Newborn Health Care in Low- and Lower-middle-Income Countries

DIE (2013), Results-based financing: evidence from performance-based financing in the health sector

Witter S. et al (2013), Performance-based financing as a health system reform: mapping the key dimensions for monitoring and evaluation

Center for Global Development (2011), Cash on delivery aid for health: what indicators would work best?

 

 

 

 

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