Independent Evaluation of Development Impact Bonds

Multi-country

The Project

We are currently providing inputs to the Independent Evaluation of the Development Impact Bonds (DIBs Pilot Programme).  The purpose of the evaluation is to generate learnings and recommendations on the use of DIBs as an instrument for aid delivery, by using the experience of the UK Aid DIBs pilot programme to generate learning to inform FCDO’s future policy aiming to make the most effective use of DIBs. The evaluation will also help FCDO and pilot project partners evaluate whether the tools they are developing are useful, scalable and replicable.

Highlights

  • Involvement in 5 year evaluation
  • Contributing to learning on assessing value for money of relatively new aid financing model

Client Testimonial

The report led to some interesting discussions with DFID and between partners

- Team Lead, STAAC

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