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TitleOutput-based aid in Honduras : an OBA Facility for the water and sanitation sector in Honduras
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2009
AuthorsMandri-Perrott, C., Schiffler, M., Aguilera, A.S.
Secondary TitleOBApproaches Note
Volumeno. 29
Pagination6 p. : 2 fig.
Date Published2009-09-01
PublisherGlobal Partnership on Output-Based Aid, World Bank
Place PublishedWashington, DC, USA
Keywordsfinancing, honduras, low-income communities, rural areas, sanitation, sdilac, sdiman, water supply

The Global Partnership on Output-Based Aid (GPOBA) is sharing interesting results and lessons learned from a pilot Output-Based Aid (OBA) facility in Honduras in this note. The project tested the viability of an innovative output-based aid mechanism for financing water and sanitation services. It aims to improve access to water and sanitation services for about 15,000 low-income households, and to increase efficiency and transparency in sector investment funding. The establishment of this OBA Facility is not without challenges. Unlike a traditional OBA project, the OBA Facility funds a number of projects with many characteristics.

NotesIncludes references
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