Impact Evaluation Toolkit: Measuring the Impact of Results Based Financing on Maternal and Child Health

Posted on 23 April, 2013 – 4:49 PM

Christel Vermeersch, Elisa Rothenbühler, Jennifer Renee Sturdy, for the World Bank
Version 1.0. June 2012

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View online: http://www.worldbank.org/health/impactevaluationtoolkit

“The Toolkit was developed with funding from the Health Results Innovation Trust Fund (HRITF). The objective of  the HRITF is to design, implement and evaluate sustainable results-based financing (RBF) pilot programs that improve maternal and child health outcomes for accelerating progress towards reaching MDGs 1c, 4 & 5. A key element of this program is to ensure a rigorous and well designed impact evaluation is embedded in each country’s RBF project in order to document the extent to which RBF programs are effective, operationally feasible, and under what circumstances. The evaluations are essential for generating new evidence that can inform and improve RBF, not only in the HRITF pilot countries, but also elsewhere. The HRITF finances grants for countries implementing RBF pilots, knowledge and learning activities, impact evaluations, as well as analytical work. ”

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  2. Question (in all seriousness): Do we really need another toolkit on evaluations?

    Surely, reinventing the wheel is not a very efficient use of time and money – even for the World Bank.

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    By Murray on Apr 24, 2013

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