Leveraging Private Sector Finance for Rural Piped Water Infrastructure in Kenya: The Use of Output-Based Aid

An innovative approach to rural infrastructure finance in Kenya is facilitating access to finance for community-based water providers by blending output-based subsidies and commercial finance. The project is being implemented by K-Rep Bank, a local commercial bank specialized in microfinance…

Date: 2009

Type: OBApproaches

Tags: Water and Sanitation

Mobiliser le secteur privé pour financer des réseaux d’adduction d’eau en zone rurale au Kenya: Comment utiliser l’aide basée sur les résultats

Au Kenya, une approche innovante faisant appel à la fois à des subventions basées sur les résultats et à des financements aux conditions du marché aide les prestataires communautaires de services d’approvisionnement en eau à obtenir des crédits pour financer des infrastructures rurales.

Date: 2009

Type: OBApproaches

Tags: Water and Sanitation

L’aide basée sur les résultats au Honduras: Un Mécanisme OBA pour le secteur de l’eau et de l’assainissement

Le Honduras assure à ses habitants un accès raisonnable à l’eau et à l’assainissement, mais cette desserte n’est pas universelle, en particulier dans les zones rurales et périurbaines, et les services fournis sont souvent de piètre qualité.

Pour aider le Gouvernement du Honduras à servir…

Date: 2009

Type: OBApproaches

Tags: Water and Sanitation

Output-Based Aid in Honduras: An OBA Facility for the Water and Sanitation Sector

Honduras has achieved a reasonable level of access to water supply and sanitation, but gaps in coverage remain, especially in rural and peri-urban areas, and service quality for those with access is often poor.

To help the Government of Honduras achieve universal coverage and improve…

Date: 2009

Type: OBApproaches

Tags: Water and Sanitation

Output-Based Aid in the Philippines: Improved Access to Water Services for Poor Households in Metro Manila

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This project aims to provide access to water services through individual household connections to several low-income communities in Rizal province (Antipolo City, Baras, Rodriguez, and San Mateo) and Taguig City in the Manila Metropolitan Region through a collaboration…

Date: 2009

Type: OBApproaches

Tags: Water and Sanitation

Output-Based Aid in Ethiopia: Dealing with the “Last Mile” Paradox in Rural Electrification

Providing electricity to poor households in rural areas in Ethiopia is critical to improving the health and living conditions of the population, reducing poverty, and stimulating growth. A project supported by the Global Partnership on Output-Based Aid (GPOBA) is accelerating the pace of…

Date: 2009

Type: OBApproaches

Tags: Energy

L’Aide Basée sur les Résultats au Maroc (Partie 2) : Extension des services d'approvisionnement en eau en zones rurales

Depuis le milieu des années 1990, le Maroc a réalisé des progrès importants dans le développement de l'accès à l'eau potable en zone rurale.

L’Office National de l’Eau Potable, l'ONEP, a développé un important réseau d’adduction d’eau par bornes-fontaines dans les communautés rurales,…

Date: 2009

Type: OBApproaches

Tags: Water and Sanitation

Output-Based Aid in Morocco (Part 2): Expanding Water Supply Service in Rural Areas

Since the mid-1990s, Morocco has made big strides in developing access to potable water in rural areas. The National Water Supply Company, ONEP, has developed an important network of standpipes in rural communities and over 87 percent of the rural population has access to a source of drinking…

Date: 2009

Type: OBApproaches

Tags: Water and Sanitation

Output-Based Aid in Morocco (Part 1): Extending Water Services to the Poor in Urban Areas

Morocco is a middle-income country with good water infrastructure that provides access to safe drinking water and sanitation to the majority of the urban population.

In 2005, Morocco made it a priority to extend service to poor peri-urban settlements, and encouraged operators and local…

Date: 2009

Type: OBApproaches

Tags: Water and Sanitation

L’Aide Basée sur les Résultats au Maroc (Partie 1) : Extension des services de l’eau aux pauvres dans les zones urbaines

Le Maroc est un pays à revenu intermédiaire doté de bonnes infrastructures dans le secteur de l’eau qui assurent l'accès à l'eau potable et aux services d’assainissement à la majorité de la population urbaine.

En 2005, le Maroc a fait de l’extension de l’accès à ces services aux…

Date: 2009

Type: OBApproaches

Tags: Water and Sanitation

Output-Based Aid in Telecommunications: New Models for Universal Access in Latin America

During the 1990s many Latin American countries developed universal access programs, financed through universal service funds, to increase telecommunications access in rural and low-income areas. The mechanism most often used to allocate the funds was the minimum subsidy tender, with subsidy…

Date: 2009

Type: OBApproaches

Tags: Telecommunications

Output-Based Aid in Armenia: Connecting Poor Urban Households to Gas Service

Gas-based heating offers a clean, efficient, low-cost heating solution for poor urban households in Armenia, a country with severe winters. But many low-income households cannot afford the cost of connecting to gas networks and heating facilities or the cost of heating equipment. To help these…

Date: 2009

Type: OBApproaches

Tags: Energy

GPOBA Annual Report 2009

GPOBA’s Annual Report 2009 states that output-based aid (OBA) can help improve delivery of basic infrastructure and social services to the poor, and is an approach that is “maturing” and proving to have a meaningful role both in the World Bank Group (WBG) and the wider development community.  …

Date: 2009

Type: Annual Reports