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Tier 3

Tier 3 of the IDA18 RMS includes measures of both the operational and organizational effectiveness of IDA. This includes indicators tracking the performance of IDA’s portfolio, the quality and timeliness of projects delivered to clients, the results orientation of the operations, client and beneficiary feedback, financial sustainability, and the implementation of the five IDA Special Themes. There are 30 indicators organized under six categories: (1) development outcome ratings: (2) client feedback; (3) beneficiary feedback; (4) portfolio performance; (5) financial sustainability; and (6) implementation of special themes.

Development Outcome Ratings

Development Outcome Ratings

Satisfactory outcomes of IDA country strategies (%)

48%, IEG rating (FY15-18 exits)
Actual in FCS
30 (FY15-18)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
57 (FY14-17 exits)
Performance Standard
70 (FY17-20)
Development Outcome Ratings

Satisfactory outcomes of IDA country strategies (%)

Percentage of Country Assistance Strategy (CAS) and/or Country Partnership Framework (CPF) Completion Reports rated moderately satisfactory, satisfactory or highly satisfactory by Independent Evaluation Group (IEG). Data is reported for CASs of IDA eligible countries, including blend countries, during CAS period.

Development Outcome Ratings

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

85.4%, IEG rating (FY15-17 exits)
Actual in FCS
74.5 (FY15-17 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).

Development Outcome Ratings

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

76.1%, IEG rating (FY15-17 exits)
Actual in FCS
63.2 (FY15-17 exits)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
74.2 (FY14-16 exits)
Performance Standard
75 (FY18-20 exits)
Development Outcome Ratings

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

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).

Client Feedback

Client Feedback

Client feedback in IDA countries on WBG effectiveness and impact on results

6.90(Average rating 1 to 10) (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
6.59 (FY2018)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
7.3 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
7 (Annual)
Client Feedback

Client feedback in IDA countries on WBG effectiveness and impact on results

Mean score for the answer provided by World Bank Group clients in IDA countries to the following questions from the annual WBG Country Opinion Survey (COS) Program: (a) “Overall, please rate your impression of the World Bank Group’s effectiveness in your country.” and (b) “To what extent does the World Bank Group’s work help to achieve development results in your country?” (based on a 10-point scale with 1 being “not effective at all” or “to no degree at all”, and 10 being “very effective” or “to a very significant degree”). World Bank Group clients in IDA countries are defined as respondents who report in the Country Opinion Survey that they collaborate with the World Bank (IDA). The indicator reflects the reporting fiscal year ratings, i.e. for one-third of all WBG client countries surveyed during each three-year cycle. Data is reported for IDA eligible countries, including blend countries, in a reporting fiscal year.

Client Feedback

Client feedback in IDA countries on WBG knowledge

7.30(Average rating 1 to 10) (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
7.28 (FY2018)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
7.6 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
7 (Annual)
Client Feedback

Client feedback in IDA countries on WBG knowledge

Mean score for the answer provided by World Bank Group clients in IDA countries to the question from the annual WBG Country Opinion Survey (COS) Program: “Overall, how significant a contribution do you believe the World Bank Group’s knowledge work and activities make to development results in your country?” (based on a 10-point scale with 1 being “not significant at all”, and 10 being “very significant”). World Bank Group clients in IDA countries are defined as respondents who report in the Country Opinion Survey that they collaborate with the World Bank (IDA). The indicator reflects the reporting fiscal year ratings, i.e. for one-third of all WBG client countries surveyed during each three-year cycle. Data is reported for IDA eligible countries, including blend countries, in a reporting fiscal year.

Client Feedback

Client feedback on WBG on responsiveness and staff accessibility

6.52(Average rating 1 to 10) (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
6.29 (FY2018)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
6.8 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
7 (Annual)
Client Feedback

Client feedback on WBG on responsiveness and staff accessibility

Mean score for the answer provided by World Bank Group clients in IDA countries to the following questions from the annual WBG Country Opinion Survey (COS) Program: “To what extent is the World Bank Group an effective development partner in your country, in terms of (a) responsiveness, and (b) staff accessibility?” (based on a 10-point scale with 1 being “to no degree at all”, and 10 being “to a very significant degree”). World Bank Group clients in IDA countries are defined as respondents who report in the Country Opinion Survey that they collaborate with the World Bank (IDA). The indicator reflects the reporting fiscal year ratings, i.e. for one-third of all WBG client countries surveyed during each three-year cycle. Data is reported for IDA eligible countries, including blend countries, in a reporting fiscal year.

Client Feedback

Client feedback on WBG on collaboration with other donors

7.05(Average rating 1 to 10) (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
6.77 (FY2108)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
7.4 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
8 (Annual)
Client Feedback

Client feedback on WBG on collaboration with other donors

Mean score for the answer provided by World Bank Group clients in IDA countries to the question from the annual WBG Country Opinion Survey (COS) Program: “To what extent is the World Bank Group an effective development partner in your country, in terms of collaboration with other donors and development partners?” (based on a 10-point scale with 1 being “to no degree at all”, and 10 being “to a very significant degree”). World Bank Group clients in IDA countries are defined as respondents who report in the Country Opinion Survey that they collaborate with the World Bank (IDA). The indicator reflects the reporting fiscal year ratings, i.e. for one-third of all WBG client countries surveyed during each three-year cycle. Data is reported for IDA eligible countries, including blend countries, in a reporting fiscal year.

Beneficiary Feedback

Beneficiary Feedback

Projects with beneficiary feedback indicator at design (%)

94PERCENT (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
95 (FY2018)
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

Portfolio Performance

Satisfactory Bank performance in IDA-financed operations, overall (%)

84.2(%, IEG Ratings) (FY15-17 exits)
Actual in FCS
71.8 (FY15-17)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
80.8 (FY14-16)
Performance Standard
80 (FY18-20)
Portfolio Performance

Satisfactory Bank performance in IDA-financed operations, overall (%)

This indicator measures percentage of the net-commitment amount of the closed IDA projects reviewed by IEG that are rated Moderately Satisfactory, Satisfactory, or Highly Satisfactory on overall bank’s performance, performance at entry and performance during supervision, against the total net-commitment amount of the closed IDA projects reviewed by IEG in a three-year rolling basis.

Portfolio Performance

Satisfactory Bank performance in IDA-financed operations, at entry (%)

66.8(%, IEG Ratings) (FY15-17 exits)
Actual in FCS
47.2 (FY15-17)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
68.3 (FY14-16)
Performance Standard
Monitored
Portfolio Performance

Satisfactory Bank performance in IDA-financed operations, at entry (%)

This indicator measures percentage of the net-commitment amount of the closed IDA projects reviewed by IEG that are rated Moderately Satisfactory, Satisfactory, or Highly Satisfactory on overall bank’s performance, performance at entry and performance during supervision, against the total net-commitment amount of the closed IDA projects reviewed by IEG in a three-year rolling basis.

Portfolio Performance

Satisfactory Bank performance in IDA-financed operations, during supervision (%)

81.7(%, IEG Ratings) (FY15-17 exits)
Actual in FCS
72.1 (FY15-17)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
80.9 (FY14-16)
Performance Standard
Monitored
Portfolio Performance

Satisfactory Bank performance in IDA-financed operations, during supervision (%)

This indicator measures percentage of the net-commitment amount of the closed IDA projects reviewed by IEG that are rated Moderately Satisfactory, Satisfactory, or Highly Satisfactory on overall bank’s performance, performance at entry and performance during supervision, against the total net-commitment amount of the closed IDA projects reviewed by IEG in a three-year rolling basis.

Portfolio Performance

Share of CPFs in IDA countries with at least one joint objective in the results matrix (%)

100PERCENT (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
100 (FY2018)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
100 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
100 (Annual)
Portfolio Performance

Share of CPFs in IDA countries with at least one joint objective in the results matrix (%)

Share of CPFs of IDA countries that have at least one of their objectives joint between the WB and IFC/MIGA, out of all CPFs approved in a fiscal year.

Portfolio Performance

Alignment with the Strategy: Stock of IDA Country Strategies underpinned by a SCD

100PERCENT (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
100 (FY17)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
91 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
100 (Annual)
Portfolio Performance

Alignment with the Strategy: Stock of IDA Country Strategies underpinned by a SCD

Percentage of the stock of WBG country strategies underpinned by an SCD. Data aggregated for CASs for IDA eligible countries during CAS period, including blend countries.

Portfolio Performance

Qualitative assessment of alignment of the country engagement with the corporate goals

n.a.
Actual in FCS
n.a.
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
Performance Standard
Portfolio Performance

Qualitative assessment of alignment of the country engagement with the corporate goals

Qualitative assessment of alignment of the country engagement with the corporate goals.

Portfolio Performance

Disbursement ratio (percent)

20PERCENT (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
24.1 (FY2018)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
20.6 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
20 (Annual)
Portfolio Performance

Disbursement ratio (percent)

Ratio of disbursements during the fiscal year to the undisbursed balance at the beginning of the fiscal year for IDA investment project financing projects. The disbursement ratio is not targeted at the corporate level. There is instead a corporate standard based on historical experience.

Portfolio Performance

Operations design drawing lessons from evaluative approaches (percent)

75PERCENT (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
67 (FY2018)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
75 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
100 (FY2020)
Portfolio Performance

Operations design drawing lessons from evaluative approaches (percent)

Operations design drawing lessons from evaluative approaches (%): Share of operations approved in a reporting fiscal year that document lessons learned —from Impact Evaluations, IEG reviews of ICR Reports, or such other analytical and evaluative documents e.g., Public Expenditure Reviews (PERs), Country Financial Accountability Assessments (CFAA) —and reflect them in the project design. Includes IDA, GEF, large RETF, Special Financing and Montreal Protocol. Data of IDA-funded operations is reported.

Portfolio Performance

Time from project concept note to the first disbursement (months)

22.8Months (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
21.2 (FY2018)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
23.4 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
Monitored
Portfolio Performance

Time from project concept note to the first disbursement (months)

Number of months from Concept Note approval to the First Disbursement for IDA projects that have either obtained Board approval, or become effective (defined as when a project has met pre-determined conditions), or had a first disbursement during the previous 12 months. The total time from concept note to first disbursement is calculated by summing the mean for all investment project financing in IDA projects that have reached the respective milestones during the previous 12 months: (i) Time from Concept Note approval to Board Approval; (ii) Time from Board Approval to Project Effectiveness; and, (iii) Time from Project Effectiveness to First Disbursement. Data of IDA-funded operations is reported.

Portfolio Performance

Time from Project Effectiveness to First Disbursement (months)

2.9Months (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
3.1 (FY2018)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
3.3 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
Monitored
Portfolio Performance

Time from Project Effectiveness to First Disbursement (months)

Number of months from Concept Note approval to the First Disbursement for IDA projects that have either obtained Board approval, or become effective (defined as when a project has met pre-determined conditions), or had a first disbursement during the previous 12 months. The total time from concept note to first disbursement is calculated by summing the mean for all investment project financing in IDA projects that have reached the respective milestones during the previous 12 months: (i) Time from Concept Note approval to Board Approval; (ii) Time from Board Approval to Project Effectiveness; and, (iii) Time from Project Effectiveness to First Disbursement. Data of IDA-funded operations is reported.

Portfolio Performance

Time from Board Approval to Project Effectiveness (months)

6.1Months (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
5.5 (FY2018)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
6.4 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
Monitored
Portfolio Performance

Time from Board Approval to Project Effectiveness (months)

Number of months from Concept Note approval to the First Disbursement for IDA projects that have either obtained Board approval, or become effective (defined as when a project has met pre-determined conditions), or had a first disbursement during the previous 12 months. The total time from concept note to first disbursement is calculated by summing the mean for all investment project financing in IDA projects that have reached the respective milestones during the previous 12 months: (i) Time from Concept Note approval to Board Approval; (ii) Time from Board Approval to Project Effectiveness; and, (iii) Time from Project Effectiveness to First Disbursement. Data of IDA-funded operations is reported.

Portfolio Performance

Time from Concept Note approval to Board Approval (months)

13.8Months (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
12.6 (FY2018)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
13.7 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
Monitored
Portfolio Performance

Time from Concept Note approval to Board Approval (months)

Number of months from Concept Note approval to the First Disbursement for IDA projects that have either obtained Board approval, or become effective (defined as when a project has met pre-determined conditions), or had a first disbursement during the previous 12 months. The total time from concept note to first disbursement is calculated by summing the mean for all investment project financing in IDA projects that have reached the respective milestones during the previous 12 months: (i) Time from Concept Note approval to Board Approval; (ii) Time from Board Approval to Project Effectiveness; and, (iii) Time from Project Effectiveness to First Disbursement. Data of IDA-funded operations is reported.

Portfolio Performance

Average cost of IDA Supervision Projects (US$ thousands)

183US$ thousand (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
167 (FY2018)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
176 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
Monitored
Portfolio Performance

Average cost of IDA Supervision Projects (US$ thousands)

Average cost of Supervision (implementation support), based on costs posted directly to operational projects in the IDA portfolio, divided by the monthly average number of projects in the IDA portfolio, plus the weighted average share of Safeguards, Fiduciary and Procurement costs posted to internal orders for these projects over 3 fiscal years.

Portfolio Performance

Number of impact evaluations supported by the World Bank in IDA countries

24 (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
4 (FY2018)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
n.a.
Performance Standard
Monitored
Portfolio Performance

Number of impact evaluations supported by the World Bank in IDA countries

This indicator reports the number of newly initiated impact evaluations of World Bank operations in IDA countries in a reporting fiscal year, funded by Trust Funds including Development Impact Evaluation (DIME), Strategic Impact Evaluation Fund (SIEF), Gender Innovation Lab, and Health Results Innovation Trust Fund. Data is reported for IDA eligible countries, including blend countries, in a reporting fiscal year.

Portfolio Performance

Proactivity Index (%)

79.9PERCENT (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
89.7 (FY2018)
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.

Financial Sustainability

Financial Sustainability

IDA Budget Anchor (%)

102PERCENT (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
97 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
less or equal to 100 % (Annual)
Financial Sustainability

IDA Budget Anchor (%)

Administrative expenses as a share of IDA revenue.

Financial Sustainability

Bank Budget to Portfolio Volume Ratio for IDA (US$ Million)

12.1US$ million (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
12 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
Monitored
Financial Sustainability

Bank Budget to Portfolio Volume Ratio for IDA (US$ Million)

Total Administrative Budget (BB) per US$ billion portfolio under supervision (US$ Million).

Implementation of Special Themes

Implementation of Special Themes

IDA projects that demonstrate results chain by linking gender gaps identified in analysis to specific actions that are tracked in the results framework (%)

56PERCENT (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
66 (FY2018)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
55 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
55 (Annual)
Implementation of Special Themes

IDA projects that demonstrate results chain by linking gender gaps identified in analysis to specific actions that are tracked in the results framework (%)

Percentage of IDA-supported operations that identify specific gaps between women and men, boys and girls and links them to specific actions supported by the project, with indicators in the results framework to track progress, based on projects approved in the current fiscal year.

Implementation of Special Themes

Percentage of IDA-supported operations reporting gender results at completion

n.a. (FY2017)
Actual in FCS
n.a. (FY2017)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
Performance Standard
Monitored
Implementation of Special Themes

Percentage of IDA-supported operations reporting gender results at completion

Percentage of IDA supported operations that report at completion the extent to which the operation had or is expected to have a positive/negative/neutral impact on gaps between males and females. Based on a review of IDA-supported operations that closed during the current fiscal year and that had been tagged for addressing gender aspects in analysis, design, and M&E. Data is aggregated for all IDA eligible countries (including “Inactive” and “Blend” countries) in a reporting fiscal year.

Implementation of Special Themes

Number of IDA-supported operations that address and respond to GBV

12 (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
7 (FY17)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
n.a.
Performance Standard
Monitored
Implementation of Special Themes

Number of IDA-supported operations that address and respond to GBV

Number of operations that have identified Gender-Based Violence (GBV) as an issue in the design phase and have responded with mitigating actions throughout the operation. Based on IDA-funded projects approved in current fiscal year.

Implementation of Special Themes

Facetime index in FCS (number of days per fiscal year)

105 (FY17)
Actual in FCS
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
100 (eq. 184,407) (FY2017)
Performance Standard
Monitored
Implementation of Special Themes

Facetime index in FCS (number of days per fiscal year)

The Facetime index shows professional (GE+) staff presence on the ground in FCS per fiscal year, measured as a percent increase from the FY17 baseline. It is calculated in total number of days and then converted to an index where the baseline (FY17) is 100. The facetime is calculated once per fiscal year, on full year basis, and captures the following components: i) Days of GE+ Bank staff based in FCS at end of FY (assumed number of days per year 220 x number of staff); ii) Days paid for GE+ STCs (local and international) based in FCS during the full FY; iii) Mission days, during full FY, from non-FCS to FCS for GE+ Staff and STCs, who are not based in FCS.

The Facetime index is calculated and reported in two ways:

  • Based on the respective Fiscal Year FCS Harmonized List (all countries)
  • Based on the frozen FY17 FCS Harmonized List (IDA/Blend countries) + 4 RMR (Risk Mitigation Regime) countries: Nepal, Niger, Guinea, Tajikistan.

Note: The Facetime Index value reported of 105 for FY2018 is equivalent to 192,727 days.

Implementation of Special Themes

IDA-supported operations with climate change co-benefits (number)

134 (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
34 (FY2018)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
134 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
Monitored
Implementation of Special Themes

IDA-supported operations with climate change co-benefits (number)

The indicator measures the number of projects from investment project financing identified as providing climate change co-benefits. Data reported for this indicator represents the annual average over the fiscal year. Development activities are considered to provide climate change co-benefits when they contribute to climate change adaptation and/or mitigation, even when adaptation and/or mitigation is not their primary development objective. In other words, an activity can provide adaptation and/or mitigation co-benefits both when climate change is among its stated objectives or is integrated into the project’s components. The World Bank data management system (SAP) tracks lending commitments with climate change co-benefits at the time of project approval in dollar terms, not the volume of emission reductions or increased climate resilience resulting from the operation.

Adaptation co-benefits are defined as are the results of an activity that specifically intends to reduce risks from increasing climate variability or the vulnerability of human or natural systems to the impacts of climate change by maintaining or increasing adaptive capacity and resilience.

Mitigation is defined as an activity that provides mitigation co-benefits if it either reduces Greenhouse Gases (GHG) emissions into the atmosphere or enhances their removal from the atmosphere. Reductions are measured against a “no-project” baseline, and, similar to adaptation, the assessment is based on information in the project’s appraisal and/or supporting documents.

Implementation of Special Themes

IDA-supported operations with climate change co-benefits (US $ billions)

6.8US$ billion (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
0.7 (FY2018)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
3.4 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
3-4 US$ billion (Annual)
Implementation of Special Themes

IDA-supported operations with climate change co-benefits (US $ billions)

The indicator measures the total dollar amount of IDA commitments from investment project financing identified as providing climate change co-benefits. Data reported for this indicator represents the annual average during a fiscal year. Development activities are considered to provide climate change co-benefits when they contribute to climate change adaptation and/or mitigation, even when adaptation and/or mitigation is not their primary development objective. In other words, an activity can provide adaptation and/or mitigation co-benefits both when climate change is among its stated objectives or is integrated into the project’s components. The World Bank data management system (SAP) tracks lending commitments with climate change co-benefits at the time of project approval in dollar terms, not the volume of emission reductions or increased climate resilience resulting from the operation.

Adaptation co-benefits are defined as are the results of an activity that specifically intends to reduce risks from increasing climate variability or the vulnerability of human or natural systems to the impacts of climate change by maintaining or increasing adaptive capacity and resilience.

Mitigation is defined as an activity that provides mitigation co-benefits if it either reduces Greenhouse Gases (GHG) emissions into the atmosphere or enhances their removal from the atmosphere. Reductions are measured against a “no-project” baseline, and, similar to adaptation, the assessment is based on information in the project’s appraisal and/or supporting documents.

Implementation of Special Themes

Number of completed ASA products that address climate change issues

85 (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
29 (FY2018)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
101 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
100-200 (FY2020)
Implementation of Special Themes

Number of completed ASA products that address climate change issues

This indicator reports the number of ASA completed in IDA countries that promote adaptation, mitigation or both through diagnostic and policy advice, new data and tools, and knowledge management. Data is reported for IDA eligible countries, including blend countries, in a reporting fiscal year.

Implementation of Special Themes

IDA $ commitments with disaster risk management co-benefits

2.8US$ billion (Average for FY16-FY18)
Actual in FCS
0.4 (Average for FY16-FY18)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
2.9 (Average for FY15-FY17)
Performance Standard
US$ 3-5 billion (3-year rolling average)
Implementation of Special Themes

IDA $ commitments with disaster risk management co-benefits

This indicator measures the dollar value of the sum approved by the Board in a given FY, to be extended to the client in loan, credit, or grant terms from IDA sources identified as providing disaster risk management co-benefits, as a share of the total sum approved by the Board. Data reported for this indicator represents the three-year rolling average.

Implementation of Special Themes

Private direct mobilization by WBG operations in IDA countries (US$, billion)

3.47US$ billion (FY18)
Actual in FCS
1.4 (FY18)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
2.8 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
Monitored
Implementation of Special Themes

Private direct mobilization by WBG operations in IDA countries (US$, billion)

Financing from private entities other than the WBG that becomes available to IDA clients at financial close where WBG is contractually engaged in raising resources. “Private entity” is defined as a legal entity that is: (i) carrying out or is established fora business purposes; and, (ii) financially and managerially autonomous from national or local government. Examples include registered commercial banks, insurance companies, sovereign wealth funds and other institutional investors investing primarily on a commercial basis. Data is reported for IDA eligible countries, including blend countries, in a reporting fiscal year.

Implementation of Special Themes

Total private mobilization of WBG-supported operations in IDA countries (US$ b)

7.0US$ billion (FY18)
Actual in FCS
2.97 (FY18)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
n.a.
Performance Standard
Monitored
Implementation of Special Themes

Total private mobilization of WBG-supported operations in IDA countries (US$ b)

Investment made by a private entity, where “private entity” is defined as a legal entity that is: (i) carrying out or is established fora business purposes; and, (ii) financially and managerially autonomous from national or local government. Examples include registered commercial banks, insurance companies, sovereign wealth funds and other institutional investors investing primarily on a commercial basis. Includes Private Direct Mobilization and Private Indirect Mobilization, which is defined as financing from private entities provided in connection with a specific activity for which the WBG is providing financing, and is not playing an active or direct role that leads to the commitment of the private entity’s finance. Private Indirect Mobilization includes sponsor financing, if the sponsor qualifies as a private entity. Data is reported for IDA eligible countries, including blend countries, in a reporting fiscal year.

Implementation of Special Themes

Number of IFFs Assessments performed in IDA countries

3 (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
0 (FY2018)
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
9 (FY2017)
Performance Standard
10-15 (FY2020)
Implementation of Special Themes

Number of IFFs Assessments performed in IDA countries

llicit Financial Flows (IFFs) Assessments encompass the variety of tools the WBG will utilize to help IDA countries to monitor and measure Illicit Financial Flows (IFFs). These include Rapid Assessment Tools (RATs), Tax Administration Diagnostic Assessment Tool (TADAT), National Risk Assessments (NRA), and other approaches for assessing the different dimensions of IFFs. Assessments will be tracked and registered by the Illicit Financial Flows thematic lead and will report those performed on a yearly basis.

Implementation of Special Themes

Share (%) of IDA18 CPFs which reflect at least one of four key principles underpinning Economic Transformation

75PERCENT (FY2018)
Actual in FCS
NA
Female Beneficiaries
Benchmark
n.a.
Performance Standard
Monitored
Implementation of Special Themes

Share (%) of IDA18 CPFs which reflect at least one of four key principles underpinning Economic Transformation

Share of IDA18 Country Partnership Strategies (CPFs) which reflect at least one of the following four key principles underpinning Economic Transformation:

  1. Sectoral productivity
  2. Value chain expansion
  3. Increased productive capital stock or investment in energy, transport, manufacturing or services
  4. Export sector output/value added; Trade Facilitation