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Tier 2

Tier 2 of the IDA18 RMS tracks development results in countries supported by IDA operations. Tier 2 indicators report on outputs supported directly by IDA projects, which are collected and aggregated from data extracted from project documents. The majority of these indicators are Corporate Results Indicators (CRIs), a set of standard indicators monitored corporately and used to report World Bank, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), and IDA project results to internal and external constituents. There are 21 indicators in Tier 2 tracking aggregate project output indicators in three categories—(1) growth, (2) inclusiveness, and (3) sustainability—to reflect the link to the WBG strategy.

Growth

Growth

Farmers adopting improved agricultural technology (million)

4.41million (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
0.05 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
0.97 (FY18-19)
Benchmark
4.44 (FY15-17)
Performance Standard
4-5 (FY2020)
Growth

Farmers adopting improved agricultural technology (million)

This indicator measures the number of farmers of the project who have adopted an improved agricultural technology promoted by operations funded by IDA.

  • Farmers are people engaged in farming activities or members of a farming business (disaggregated by men and women) targeted by the project.
  • Adoption refers to a change of practice or change in use of a technology that was introduced/promoted by the project. 
  • Technology includes a change in practices compared to currently used practices or technologies (seed preparation, planting time, feeding schedule, feeding ingredients, postharvest storage/ processing, etc.). If the project introduces or promotes a technology package in which the benefit depends on the application of the entire package (e.g., a combination of inputs such as a new variety and advice on agronomic practices such as soil preparation, changes in seeding time, fertilizer schedule, plant protection, etc.), this counts as one technology.
Growth

Beneficiaries reached with financial services (million)

0.66million (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
0.07 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
0.32 (FY18-19)
Benchmark
0.04 (FY15-17)
Performance Standard
4-6 (FY2020)
Growth

Beneficiaries reached with financial services (million)

The indicator measures the number of beneficiaries reached with financial services in operations funded by IDA.

  • Beneficiaries include people, microenterprises and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
  • Financial services include transaction accounts, deposit accounts, mobile money accounts, loans, lines of credit, housing finance, micro-insurance, agri-insurance, etc. Financial services vary widely and TTLs usually use the exact wording for the type of services offered by their projects, so there are many different customized indicators in the system; this means that manual aggregation is the only way to report results on this indicator.
Growth

Roads constructed or rehabilitated (Kilometers)

12,356Kilometers (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
3,301 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
61,054 (FY15-17)
Performance Standard
80,000-100,000 (FY2020)
Growth

Roads constructed or rehabilitated (Kilometers)

The indicator measures the number of kilometers of all roads constructed, reopened to motorized traffic, rehabilitated, or upgraded by operations supported by operations funded by IDA. This includes rural and non-rural roads.

  • Rural roads are functionally classified in various countries below Trunk or Primary, Secondary or Link roads, or sometimes Tertiary roads. Such roads are often described as rural access, feeder, market, agricultural, irrigation, forestry or community roads. Typically, rural roads connect small urban centers/towns/settlements of less than 2000 to 5000 inhabitants to each other or to higher classes of roads, market towns and urban centers.
  • Non-rural roads are roads functionally classified in various countries as Trunk or Primary, Secondary or Link roads, or sometimes Tertiary roads. Typically, non-rural roads connect urban centers/ towns/ settlements of more than 5000 inhabitants to each other or higher classes of road, market towns and urban centers. Urban roads are included in non-rural roads.
Growth

Area provided with new/improved irrigation or drainage services (Hectares)

753,383Ha (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
124,008 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
2,079,352 (FY15-17)
Performance Standard
1.3-2.3 million (FY2020)
Growth

Area provided with new/improved irrigation or drainage services (Hectares)

This indicator measures in hectares the total area of land provided with new or improved irrigation or drainage services in operations funded by IDA. This includes (i) the area provided with new irrigation or drainage services (ha), and (ii) the area provided with improved irrigation or drainage services (ha).

  • Irrigation or drainage services refers to the better delivery of water to, and drainage of water from, arable land, including better timing, quantity, quality, and cost-effectiveness for the water users. 
  • New irrigation or drainage services refers to the provision of irrigation and drainage services in an area that has not had these services before. The area is not necessarily newly cropped or newly productive land, but is newly provided with irrigation and drainage services, and may have been rain-fed land before. 
  • Improved irrigation or drainage services refers to the upgrading, rehabilitation, and/or modernization of irrigation or drainage services in an area with existing irrigation and drainage services.
Growth

Generation capacity of renewable energy (GW)

6.9Gigawatt (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
n.a.
Performance Standard
5 (FY2020)
Growth

Generation capacity of renewable energy (GW)

The indicator measures in Gigawatts (GW), the generation capacity of renewable energy enabled through policy and investment lending operations, technical assistance, leveraged finance of partners, enabling infrastructure development (Transmission and Distribution, Grid Integration), and guarantees to scale-up private sector investment.

Renewable power generation refers to the following: biomass co-generation; wind; geothermal; solar; wave and tidal; and, hydro power generation of any capacity.

Note: This indicator has been aligned—in terms of definition and target—with the IDA18 policy commitment to "support the addition of five GW in renewable energy generation", and RMS value is therefore reported for operations delivery as of end of September 2018. Of the 6.0 GW reported, 0.8- GW were provided through direct financing; the additional 5.2 GW were supported through indirect financing.

Growth

Private investments catalyzed by WB in IDA countries (US$ billion)

13.34US$ billion (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
1.45 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
4.7 (FY15-17)
Performance Standard
Monitored
Growth

Private investments catalyzed by WB in IDA countries (US$ billion)

Private sector investment resulting from the World Bank’s involvement in a transaction, operation or non-financing activity. Includes investments made as a result of an operation after it is completed. Includes Total Private Mobilization. Data of IDA-funded operations is reported.

Inclusiveness

Inclusiveness

Teachers recruited or trained (million)

5.84million (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
0.86 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
3.05 (FY18-19)
Benchmark
6.8 (FY15-17)
Performance Standard
9-10 (FY2020)
Inclusiveness

Teachers recruited or trained (million)

The indicator measures the total number of teachers recruited or trained for formal or non-formal education sectors in operations funded by IDA. The indicator covers pre-primary, primary, secondary, and tertiary education, as well as vocational training.

Inclusiveness

People who received essential health, nutrition, & population services (million)

172.32million (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
38.49 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
99.91 (FY18-19)
Benchmark
240.2 (FY15-17)
Performance Standard
316-400 (FY2020)
Inclusiveness

People who received essential health, nutrition, & population services (million)

The indicator measures the sum of the number of children immunized, the number of women and children who have received basic nutrition services, and the number of deliveries attended by skilled health personnel, through operations funded by IDA.

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

Women and children who have received basic nutrition services (million)

71.17million (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
18.04 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
35.58 (FY18-19)
Benchmark
146.3 (FY15-17)
Performance Standard
180-200 (FY2020)
Inclusiveness

Women and children who have received basic nutrition services (million)

Women and children who have received basic nutrition services refers to the total beneficiaries reached by any of the following services: direct feeding programs (supplementary feeding for pregnant and lactating women and infants and young children under age 5); programs promoting appropriate infant and young child feeding (e.g., promotion/support for exclusive breastfeeding, adequate and timely introduction of complementary foods); nutrition programs for adolescent girls, including nutrition education, micronutrient supplements, etc., delivered through school health/nutrition programs or other programs reaching adolescent girls; provision of micronutrient supplements to pregnant/lactating women and children under 5 including vitamin A, iodine, iron/iron folic acid, supplemental zinc, and multiple micronutrient powders; food fortification (e.g., iodized salt); deworming; monitoring of nutritional status; nutrition and food hygiene education; nutrition components of early childhood development programs; home gardens and small livestock production for improved dietary diversity; targeted emergency food aid and treatment of severe acute and moderate acute malnutrition. Although the same individuals could receive more than one of the above services, they are counted only once.

Inclusiveness

Number of deliveries attended by skilled health personnel (million)

27.51million (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
5.15 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
27.51 (FY18-19)
Benchmark
24.6 (FY15-17)
Performance Standard
16-20 (FY2020)
Inclusiveness

Number of deliveries attended by skilled health personnel (million)

Number of deliveries attended by skilled health personnel refers to the number of women who delivered with the assistance of a skilled health provider (specialist or non-specialist doctor, midwife, nurse, or other health personnel with midwifery skills), whether in health facilities or women’s homes. If the IDA-financed activities are mainly at health facilities, the data for this indicator can be obtained from delivery records or health management information systems. If the IDA-financed activities include supporting skilled health providers to provide home deliveries, efforts should be made to accurately record such home deliveries in addition to the institutional deliveries.

Inclusiveness

Beneficiaries of social safety net programs (million)

35.03million (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
17.50 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
15.45 (FY18-19)
Benchmark
23.7 (FY15-17)
Performance Standard
25-30 (FY2020)
Inclusiveness

Beneficiaries of social safety net programs (million)

This indicator measures the number of individuals benefiting from safety nets programs supported by IDA. Safety nets programs are designed to provide social assistance to poor and vulnerable individuals or families by including them in cash transfers (conditional and unconditional), public works and workfare programs, fee waivers for services, and in-kind assistance to address critical needs (e.g., food, medicine, shelter, and social services).

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 access to improved sanitation services (million)

19.23million (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
1.87 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
14.49 (FY15-17)
Performance Standard
12-18 (FY2020)
Inclusiveness

People provided with access to improved sanitation services (million)

People provided with access to improved sanitation services. The indicator measures the cumulative number of people who benefited from improved sanitation facilities that have been constructed through operations funded by IDA. This includes people newly provided with access to improved sanitation facilities and does not include people benefiting from rehabilitation works.

Improved sanitation facilities includes flush or pour-flush to a piped sewer system, septic tank, or pit latrine; ventilated improved pit latrine; pit latrine with slab; and composting toilet. It does not include flush or pour-flush to elsewhere (i.e., not to a piped sewer system, septic tank, or pit latrine); pit latrine without slab/open pit; bucket; hanging toilet or hanging latrine; shared facilities of any type; or no facilities, bush, or field. The definition of “improved sanitation facilities” follows that of the UNICEF-WHO Joint Monitoring Program.

Inclusiveness

People provided with improved urban living conditions (million)

8.51million (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
1.13 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
12.6 (FY15-17)
Performance Standard
13-18 million (FY2020)
Inclusiveness

People provided with improved urban living conditions (million)

The indicator measures the cumulative number of people living in urban areas that have been provided with access to improved services, housing, tenure, neighborhoods, public spaces, parks, resilience and/or urban environmental conditions, through the direct interventions of operations financed by IDA.

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.
Inclusiveness

Beneficiaries in IDA countries of job-focused interventions (million)

15.53million (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
2.15 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
4.47 (FY18-19)
Benchmark
0.97 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
Monitored
Inclusiveness

Beneficiaries in IDA countries of job-focused interventions (million)

The indicator measures the number of beneficiaries reached by interventions that contribute to the jobs agenda in operations funded by IDA. The indicator captures the cross-cutting nature of the jobs agenda, as beneficiaries (disaggregated by gender) may be individuals, workers, households, farmers, microenterprises, small and medium-sized enterprises (SME), and other target groups that benefit from IDA-supported operations in different sectors and types of operations.

The indicator is a composite indicator, and in addition to being used as a standalone indicator, it aggregates values from the following CRIs for corporate reporting:

(1) farmers reached with agricultural assets and services;

(2) beneficiaries of labor market programs;

(3) firms benefiting from private sector initiatives;

(4) teachers recruited or trained;

(5) students benefiting from direct interventions to enhance learning (TVET and tertiary learning only); and,

(6) beneficiaries reached with financial services.

Sustainability and Resilience

Sustainability and Resilience

Projected energy or fuel savings (Megajoule)

3.05x10^9 (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
0.953x10^9 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
1.52x10^9 (FY15-17)
Performance Standard
5.43x10^9 (FY2020)
Sustainability and Resilience

Projected energy or fuel savings (Megajoule)

The indicator measures energy savings and lifetime fuel savings, both converted to megajoules (MJ), achieved through energy efficiency measures that are directly attributable to operations funded by IDA. This indicator aggregates the following data: project life time energy savings, projected lifetime fuel savings, and projected electricity generation savings.

  • Projected savings are calculated against baseline or business-as-usual scenario in the absence of the project. 
  • Savings are defined as savings for the lifetime of the intervention projected in the year it is completed.
Sustainability and Resilience

Countries supported towards institutionalizing disaster risk reduction as a national priority with IDA support

41countries (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
9 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
N/A
Performance Standard
25-30 million (FY2020)
Sustainability and Resilience

Countries supported towards institutionalizing disaster risk reduction as a national priority with IDA support

Number of countries with IDA-supported programs that contribute to ensuring that disaster risk management is a national priority with a strong institutional basis for implementation in alignment with Sendai. This includes, among other things, support toward national policy and legal frameworks; dedicated and adequate resources; community participation; and national multi-sectoral platforms for disaster risk reduction.

Sustainability and Resilience

Net Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions

-14.15million tCO2eq / year (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
-1.35 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
-7.42 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
Monitored
Sustainability and Resilience

Net Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions

Project net greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are calculated as an annual average of the difference between project gross (absolute) emissions aggregated over the economic lifetime of the project and the emissions of a baseline (counterfactual) scenario aggregated over the same time horizon. The indicator applies to operations that are subject to GHG accounting under the corporate mandate. This includes IBRD/IDA investment lending in Sustainable Development Global Practices (Energy & Extractives, Transport & ICT, Environment & Natural Resources, Social, Urban, Rural and Resilience, Water, and Agriculture)where agreed GHG accounting methodologies exist. The indicator is based on an ex-ante estimation performed during project preparation using World Bank approved GHG accounting methodologies. The indicator value is negative if the project is reducing emissions, and positive if the project is increasing emissions. Net GHG emissions at the portfolio level are calculated as sum of project net emissions. GHG accounting is only done ex-ante. If the project undergoes major restructuring or is subject to additional financing relevant to GHG accounting, the ex-ante estimation of project net emissions needs to be recalculated at the time of restructuring or processing additional financing. Data of IDA-funded operations is reported. Net GHG emissions are reported for the entire projects regardless of the share of IBRD or IDA financing.

Sustainability and Resilience

Countries provided with statistical capacity building support for household services

65countries (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
23 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
66 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
>60 (FY2020)
Sustainability and Resilience

Countries provided with statistical capacity building support for household services

Refers to technical assistance activity provided to national statistical agencies related to household surveys (e.g., sampling, survey logistics, estimation of poverty-lines). Data is reported for IDA eligible countries, including blend countries, in a reporting fiscal year.

Sustainability and Resilience

Number of lending operations with civil registration and vital statistics (CRVS)

4 (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
0 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
3 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
20 (FY2020)
Sustainability and Resilience

Number of lending operations with civil registration and vital statistics (CRVS)

Refers to any operation that helps to strengthen country registration/statistical systems to better document any of the following: births, deaths, marriages, and divorces. Data of IDA-funded operations is reported. 

Sustainability and Resilience

IDA countries with an increase in the number of taxpayers with substantial WB tax engagement

12countries (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
2 (FY2018)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
0 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
8-12 (FY2020)
Sustainability and Resilience

IDA countries with an increase in the number of taxpayers with substantial WB tax engagement

Registered taxpayers are derived from country administrative data associated with Bank projects. It will collected and reported on a yearly basis by the Global Tax Team.

Sustainability and Resilience

IDA countries that operationalize the OGP agenda commitments

27countries (FY18-19)
Actual in FCS
8 (FY18-19)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
7 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
20-30 (FY2020)
Sustainability and Resilience

IDA countries that operationalize the OGP agenda commitments

The Open Government Partnership (OGP) is a multilateral initiative that aims to secure concrete commitments from governments to promote transparency, empower citizens, fight corruption, and harness new technologies to strengthen governance. In the spirit of multi-stakeholder collaboration, OGP is overseen by a Steering Committee including representatives of governments and civil society organizations. The World Bank will support countries participating in OGP and those interested in taking actions to become eligible. The World Bank will be notified for every instance an IDA Country formally accepts entry into the Open Government Partnership.

The Bank tracks & documents the support provided by each of these countries and report on a yearly basis. When countries have projects with an OGP component, it means that they are performing actions required for Open Government membership. The countries must agree to these projects, so they are agreeing to WB support and the reforms that go with it. Therefore, if they are implementing at least one component, then they are on a path to Open Government membership and are defined as operationalizing the agenda commitments.