Pay for Success in Solid Waste Management: Results-based Financing for Cleaner Cities in Nepal

This webinar will explore GPOBA’s Nepal Solid Waste project. With rapid urbanization, population growth, and new economic activity, municipal solid waste is increasing at alarming rates, and is expected to almost triple in low and lower middle income countries by 2025. At the same time, solid waste management (SWM) systems in most developing countries are underfunded and suffer from lack of planni... view more

About the Presenters

Silva Shrestha

Silva Shrestha works with the Water Global Practice as Water Supply and Sanitation Specialist, where she works primarily on rural water supply and sanitation. Throughout her career in the Bank she has been working across sectors, particularly in local government and urban development. Her interest is in working closely with the clients to help them find innovative ways of tackling the issues of service delivery. She is currently very excited about the wide range of financing opportunities available to the client countries and the focus on results.

Charis Lypiridis

Charis Lypiridis is a specialist on infrastructure finance and planning, and is currently leading GPOBA’s program on Climate Change, and activities in South Asia and the Pacific Islands. Prior to GPOBA, he worked for IFC’s Advisory Department on Public-Private Partnerships, Bloomberg New Energy Finance and city-focused programs across the EU. Charis has a background on civil engineering from Aristotle University in Greece and holds a MPA degree from Columbia University.

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As a center of expertise for RBF, the Global Partnership on Output-Based Aid (GPOBA) brings together RBF practitioners and development partners to share results, experiences and lessons on RBF. GPOBA’s SWM project in Nepal was approved in 2013 with the purpose of expanding SWM services over a four-year period. An estimated 800,000 people are expected to benefit.


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