As part of a larger trend within the development community, the World Bank has in recent years sought to expand its use of results-based financing. In 2012, the Bank launched the Program-for-Results (PforR) instrument, through which direct support is given to governments, with disbursements tied to the achievement of intended program results.
Join our panel of experts to explore the World Bank’s experience with the PforR tool, and the lessons learned so far. Discussions will include contributions from TTLs with on-the-ground experience, representatives from the Governance Global Practice, Operations Policy and Country Services (OPCS), and the Independent Evaluation Group (IEG). The event will also highlight findings from IEG’s early assessment.