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Lebanon: How Results-based Financing Will Help Reach All Children with Education

The Syrian refugee crisis has brought nearly 500,000 school-aged children into Lebanon, making it the country with the highest number of refugees per capita. This dramatic surge in population is placing strains on the country’s resources and ability to provide basic services, such as education, to both host and refugee communities. In this context, the Lebanese Ministry of Education in partnership with the World Bank have designed a  (PforR) to leverage results-based financing to increase access to education services, improve the quality of those services, and strengthen the country systems’ resilience to shocks. Sonia Khoury, the Director of Reaching All Children with Education (RACE) Program Management Unit, is featured in this video.

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Mahaman Mourtala

- Oct 10, 2021
Great!

DR. YOGENDRA NATH

- Sep 14, 2021
Interesting.

jose luis

- Sep 3, 2021
BUENO

MOHAMMAD

- Jan 24, 2021
Great !

Anvar

- Mar 24, 2020
Interesting!

Joy Mildred Adhiambo

- Jan 24, 2020
Great

Vedat

- Dec 4, 2019
How Results-based Financing Will Help Reach All Children with Education

Andradiet I.J

- Nov 10, 2019
the result based financing will reduce the amount of wasted fund. The supplier or the services provider will be not paid if the deliverable doesn't meet the requirement. Furthermore the good result and the process to achieve the result eventually will increase the life quality of the country in overall

Monir

- Apr 8, 2019
Result Based approach is more effective than direct fund, and wider impact

Arifin

- Apr 2, 2019
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