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The IDA Results Measurement System (IDA RMS) tracks results in countries supported by IDA. The World Bank Group (WBG) introduced the RMS with the IDA13 Replenishment (July 2002) as a key reporting and accountability tool for tracking progress and reporting results achieved by IDA during each replenishment cycle. It was the first framework with quantitative indicators to monitor aggregate results established among multilateral development institutions. The IDA RMS is a central part of the WBG’s framework for tracking progress at an aggregate level and integral to the Bank’s efforts to improve the focus on results. The IDA RMS uses a three-tiered development results framework with 84 indicators to track results of IDA countries at an aggregate level.

Tier 1

Reports long-term development outcomes and the broader context of countries in which IDA operates.

(most recent data as of June 30, 2019)

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WBG Goals

Population living on less than US$1.90 a day (%)

30.8PERCENT (2015)
Actual in FCS
38.3 (2015)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
31.9 (2013)
Performance Standard
WBG Goals

Population living on less than US$1.90 a day (%)

Percentage of the world population living on less than $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices.

Aggregation is average, weighted by the total population. Data is reported for all IDA eligible countries, including blend countries, in a reporting fiscal year.

WBG Goals
Growth rates of real per capita income of the bottom 40 percent (%)

Growth rates of real per capita income of the bottom 40 percent (%)

1.7PERCENT (2015)
Actual in FCS
2.4 (2015)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
3.1 (2013)
Performance Standard
WBG Goals
Growth rates of real per capita income of the bottom 40 percent (%)

Growth rates of real per capita income of the bottom 40 percent (%)

Median of the annualized growth rates of average real per capita income (or consumption) of the bottom 40% of client countries’ population. This growth rate refers to the annualized growth rate of real per capita income (or consumption) of the poorest 40% of the population for each country, measured over an approximate reporting period (e.g., circa 2010–15). Selection of income or consumption follows the World Bank’s Global Poverty Monitoring (PovcalNet).

The median is calculated from annualized growth rates from IDA countries that have household survey data for the reporting period. Countries that lack survey data from this period are excluded from the index calculation.

 

Growth
GDP per person employed (Constant 2011 PPP $)

GDP per person employed (Constant 2011 PPP $)

$9,180 (2018)
Actual in FCS
$6,960 (2018)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
$8,864 (2016)
Performance Standard
Growth
GDP per person employed (Constant 2011 PPP $)

GDP per person employed (Constant 2011 PPP $)

GDP per person employed is gross domestic product (GDP) divided by total employment in the economy. Purchasing power parity (PPP) GDP is GDP converted to 2011 constant international dollars using PPP rates. An international dollar has the same purchasing power over GDP that a U.S. dollar has in the United States. Aggregation is weighted average. Data is reported for all IDA eligible countries, including blend countries, in a reporting fiscal year.

Tier 2

Tracks development results in countries supported by IDA operations.

(most recent data as of June 30, 2019)

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Inclusiveness

Number of children immunized (million)

73.64million (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
15.30 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
36.82 (FY18-19)
Benchmark
69.2 (FY15-17)
Performance Standard
120-180 (FY2020)
Inclusiveness

Number of children immunized (million)

Number of children immunized refers to the number of children 5 years of age and younger receiving vaccines purchased through an IDA-financed project, as well as the number of children immunized with vaccines purchased with other resources (i.e. GAVI or government funds) that are delivered through an IDA-supported program. It captures the number of children immunized and not the number of vaccination; that is, if the same child is immunized with multiple vaccines on the same day or has several immunization visits in a given year, the child will be counted only once. Thus simply tallying the monthly totals of the number of children receiving vaccines as recorded in immunization registers or health management information systems, will lead to double counting. Since contribution rather than attribution is to be measured, pro-rating based on proportion of IDA financing is not required.

Inclusiveness

People provided with access to improved water sources (million)

24.13million (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
1.85 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
34.16 (FY15-17)
Performance Standard
35-45 (FY2020)
Inclusiveness

People provided with access to improved water sources (million)

This indicator measures the cumulative number of people who benefited from improved water supply services that have been constructed through operations supported by IDA. This includes people newly provided with access to improved water sources and does not include people benefiting from rehabilitation works.

Improved water sources include piped household connections (house or yard connections) and community water points (public standpipes, boreholes, protected dug wells, and protected spring and rainwater collection). It does not include water provided through tanker trucks or vendors; unprotected wells or unprotected springs; surface waters (such as rivers, ponds, dams, lakes, streams, and irrigation channels); or bottled water. The definition of “improved water sources” follows the UNICEF-WHO Joint Monitoring Program definition.

Inclusiveness

People provided with new or improved electricity service (million)

22.75million (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
2.85 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
13.94 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
25-35 (FY2020)
Inclusiveness

People provided with new or improved electricity service (million)

The indicator measures the number of people that have received new or improved electricity service through operations funded by IDA.  The indicator includes direct, inferred and improved access to electricity services supported by operations funded by IDA.

  • Direct access is measured as the number of people that benefited from new grid or off-grid household or community electricity services. 
  • Inferred access is measured as the number of people that benefitted from the increased generation capacity, a proportion of whose output is reasonably estimated to be powering new household connections. 
  • Improved electricity is the additional electricity available for households with an existing connection to the grid. Additional electricity allows households to go beyond their current level of electricity service.

Tier 3

Tracks the operational and organizational effectiveness of IDA.

(most recent data as of June 30, 2019)

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Development Outcome Ratings

Satisfactory outcomes of IDA operations, as share of commitments (%)

81.1%, IEG rating (FY16-18 exits)
Actual in FCS
68.5 (FY16-18 exits)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
83.2 (FY14-16 exits)
Performance Standard
80 (FY18-20 (exits))
Development Outcome Ratings

Satisfactory outcomes of IDA operations, as share of commitments (%)

Share of IDA operations and IDA commitments rated by the IEG as “moderately satisfactory” or higher on achievement of outcomes. Data are for projects exiting in the three previous fiscal years for which at least 60% of the projects for each fiscal year have been evaluated by IEG. The rating captures the extent to which a project’s original or formally revised development objectives were achieved.

The rating is based on three criteria:

(i) relevance of the objectives and design (relevance);

(ii) extent to which the objectives were achieved (efficacy); and

(iii) extent to which the operation achieves a higher rate of return than the opportunity cost of capital, or is able to provide a similar economic justification (efficiency).

Beneficiary Feedback

Projects with beneficiary feedback indicator at design (%)

95PERCENT (FY2019)
Actual in FCS
93 (FY2019)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
92 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
100 (FY2020)
Beneficiary Feedback

Projects with beneficiary feedback indicator at design (%)

Share of IDA investment project financing operations for which at least one citizen engagement indicator is included in the results framework of the PAD.

Portfolio Performance

Proactivity Index (%)

82.3PERCENT (FY2019)
Actual in FCS
87.9 (FY2019)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
73.9 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
75 (Annual)
Portfolio Performance

Proactivity Index (%)

The ratio of projects in “actual” problem status 12 months ago that have had a proactivity action in the last 12 months divided by the total number of problem projects from 12 months ago. After being downgraded to MU or lower for DO and/or IP, a project needs to have one of the following actions taken within the next 12 months, otherwise it will be considered a proactivity problem. The actions are upgrade, close, cancel >=20%, suspend, or restructuring (both level 1 and level 2) (note: restructurings for extensions of closing dates or reallocations are not counted as proactivity actions unless they are combined with other actions). Data of IDA-funded operations is reported.