The Health Result Innovation Trust Fund (HRITF) is a World Bank-managed multi-donor trust fund, established in 2007 with initial support from the Government of Norway and then DFID from 2009. A primary objective of the HRITF program is to build the evidence base for different Results Based Financing (RBF) mechanisms in low and middle income countries. A Mid Term Review is now being carried out to make recommendations to inform on-going and future programming specifically aimed at (a) improving the performance of the current HRITF program from a donor, implementer and country level perspective and (b) supporting the design and implementation of future RBF approaches. The evaluation is carried out by IOD PARC, www.iodparc.com.
As part of the HRITF Mid Term Review, you are invited to share your views in this flash consultation. Your contribution will be part of an open conversation (accessible to other contributors only). It will be anonymized if mentioned in the final evaluation report.
The participation to this flash just consists in answering two simple questions on the implementation of RBF/PBF supported by the HRITF. It will take 5-10 minutes.
- In your view, what have been the main positive impacts of the RBF/PBF program in your country and the evidence and learning generated by it?
- In your view, what aspects of the implementation of the RBF/PBF program and its evaluation have not worked so well?
Any expert who has been a direct observer of World Bank supported RBF/PBF operations.