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Program-for-Results Financing

Program-for-Results

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The World Bank's Board of Executive Directors approved the Program-for-Results (PforR) financing instrument on January 24, 2012. PforR is an innovative financing instrument for the World Bank's client countries that links the disbursement of funds directly to the delivery of defined results. Read More» [pdf]

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Nepal: Linking Financing to Results

Nepal: Linking Financing to Results

June 2012—The World Bank approved a US$60 million credit to help Nepal maintain and construct bridges on its Strategic Roads Network. Read More»

Morocco Raises the Bar on Results for the Poor

Morocco Raises the Bar on Results for the Poor, Supports Smaller Private Enterprises

June 2012—A World Bank loan package targets poor Moroccan communities for improved services and economic opportunities and promotes the development of smaller enterprises. Read More»

World Bank Approves PforR  

World Bank Approves Program-for-Results

January 2012—The World Bank Board of Executive Directors approved Program-for-Results (PforR), an innovative new financing instrument for client countries that links the disbursement of funds directly to the delivery of defined results. Read More»

PforR Blogs

Innovative New Financing Instrument

January 2012—Paul Bermingham, Director of the Bank department that is developing Program-for-Results, talks about the World Bank’s proposal to introduce a new financing instrument for its client countries—its first in 30 years. Read More»

PforR Blogs

World Bank Results Initiative: The U.S. Should Support It – But with Independent Verification Please

November 2011—Blog by Nancy Birdsall, founding president of the Center for Global Development's. Read More»

PforR Blogs

Busan, the United States and Transparent Development Results

November 2011—Blog by Homi Kharas, Senior Fellow and Deputy Director, The Brookings Institution. Read More»


Last updated: 2012-09-20




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