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The rise of results-based financing in education 2015 : Hausse du financement basé sur les résultats dans l’éducation 2015 (Francês)

Education is one of the surest means to end poverty and boost shared prosperity, but much of this potential is lost if students do not acquire the literacy and numeracy in school that they need to succeed in life. Achieving learning for all children and youth will require moving beyond simply financing the inputs that education systems need, to strengthening these systems to deliver results. This, in turn, implies aligning governance, financing rules, incentives, and management practices with the ultimate goal of better learning outcomes, especially for children from the world’s poorest families - for whom access to quality education remains deeply inequitable. There is growing demand from countries for results-based financing (RBF), which is a promising set of tools to help achieve this critical alignment within education systems. This brief outlines the World Bank Group’s increasing level of support for RBF in education - following the successful adoption of a related approach in the health sector - and the strategic implications of this trend in the post-2015 period. RBF can have a substantial impact in terms of achieving results that matter in education, and in helping countries leverage the financial resources needed to achieve the ambitious sustainable development goals agenda.




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