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Recent trends have intensified global efforts to better manage for development results, driven both by the need to hold decision makers accountable and a growing interest in better understanding how development interventions work and how to make them work better.
Japan’s aid guided by clear vision and priorities but should focus on countries and people most in need, according to the 2014 OECD/DAC peer review of Japan.
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This strategy sets out a consistent approach for DFID’s work on Payment by Results, identifying objectives and actions to achieve them.
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Report of the technical workshop on results-based funding held on 19-20 May 2014. The workshop was co-organised with DIE.
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The role of indicators in development cooperation: an overview study with a special focus on the use of key and standard indicators
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Cash on delivery aid for health: what indicators would work best?
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Real innovation or second-best solution? First experiences from results-based aid for fiscal decentralisation in Ghana and Tanzania
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Results-based financing: evidence from performance-based financing in the health sector
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Evidence Review, Results-Based Financing of Maternal and Newborn Health Care in Low- and Lower-middle-Income Countries
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Performance-Based Financing Toolkit