Context Matters (but How and Why?) A Hypothesis-Led Literature Review of Performance Based Financing in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Health Systems.

Bertone, Maria Paola and Falisse, J-B and Russo, Giuliano and Witter, Sophie (2018) Context Matters (but How and Why?) A Hypothesis-Led Literature Review of Performance Based Financing in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Health Systems. PLOS ONE, 13 (4). E0195301. ISSN 1932-6203. Public Library of Science.

Theme: Fragility, Conflict & Violence (FCV)

Sector Type: Health

Author(s): Bertone, Maria Paola and Falisse, J-B and Russo, Giuliano and Witter, Sophie

Year: 2018

Evaluation of the Results-Based Financing for Low Carbon Energy Access Facility (RBFF) within Energizing Development (EnDev). Department for International Development

Gov.uk. “Evaluation of the Results-Based Financing for Low Carbon Energy Access Facility (RBFF) within Energizing Development (EnDev).” Accessed March 12, 2020.

Theme: Climate Change

Sector Type: Energy

Author(s): Gov.uk.

Year: 2020

Final Impact Assessment of the Results-Based Financing Programme for Northern Uganda For the: Department for International Development

Valadez, Joseph J., Caroline Jeffery, Tara Brant, William Vargas, and Marcello Pagano. "Final Impact Assessment of the Results-Based Financing Programme for Northern Uganda For the: Department for International Development." (2015).

Theme: Fragility, Conflict & Violence (FCV)

Sector Type: Health

Author(s): Valadez, Joseph J., Caroline Jeffery, Tara Brant, William Vargas, and Marcello Pagano

Year: 2015

LQAS community-based survey for the northern Uganda results-based financing health project impact evaluation

Valadez, J. J., A. Schwarz, W. Vargas, and M. Pagano. "LQAS community-based survey for the northern Uganda results-based financing health project impact evaluation." Department for International Development, UK, Results-Based Financing Impact Evaluation Project. Liverpool: Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (2012).

Theme: Fragility, Conflict & Violence (FCV)

Sector Type: Health

Author(s): Valadez, J. J., A. Schwarz, W. Vargas, and M. Pagano.

Year: 2012

Results-Based Climate Finance in Practice: Delivering Climate Finance for Low-Carbon Development.

World Bank Group; Frankfurt School of Finance and Management. 2017. Results-Based Climate Finance in Practice: Delivering Climate Finance for Low-Carbon Development. World Bank, Washington, DC. © World Bank.

Theme: Climate Change

Sector Type: Non-Sector Specific

Author(s): World Bank Group

Year: 2017

Results-Based Financing to Promote Clean Stoves.

Zhang, Yabei, and Norma Adams. 2015. Results-Based Financing to Promote Clean Stoves.

Theme: Climate Change

Sector Type: Energy

Author(s): Zhang, Yabei, and Norma Adams.

Year: 2015

The unintended consequences of combining equity measures with performance-based financing in Burkina Faso.

Turcotte-Tremblay, A., De Allegri, M., Gali-Gali, I.A. et al. The unintended consequences of combining equity measures with performance-based financing in Burkina Faso. Int J Equity Health 17, 109 (2018).

Theme: Equity

Sector Type: Health

Author(s): Turcotte-Tremblay, A., De Allegri, M., Gali-Gali, I.A. et al.

Year: 2018

US experience on results-based finance

O’Sullivan, Robert, Donna Lee, Ani Zamgochian, and Leslie Durschinger. "US experience on results-based finance." USAID supported Forest Carbon, Markets and Communities Program. Washington, DC, USA (2013).

Theme: Climate Change

Sector Type: Forestry

Author(s): O’Sullivan, Robert, Donna Lee, Ani Zamgochian, and Leslie Durschinger.

Year: 2013