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IDA20 Results Measurement System

Through the IDA Results Measurement System (RMS) the World Bank Group tracks and measures how IDA inputs and activities help countries deliver tangible results that contribute to high-level development outcomes. The IDA20 RMS uses a three-tiered development results framework with 95 indicators to track results of IDA countries at an aggregate level. Tier 1 focuses on IDA countries’ progress, tier 2 tracks IDA-supported development results, and tier 3 covers IDA’s organizational and operational effectiveness. It represents the most ambitious results architecture in IDA’s history.

TIER 1

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

WBG GOALS

Population living on less than US$2.15 a day (%)

26.7PERCENT
(2019)
Actual in FCS
34.2 (2019)
Benchmark
26.9 (2019)
WBG GOALS

Population living on less than US$2.15 a day (%)

Percent of the population living on less than US$2.15 a day at 2017 PPP dollars. Aggregation is average, weighted by the total population. Data are reported for all IDA eligible countries (including blend countries) in a reporting fiscal year.

WBG GOALS

Median growth rate of consumption/income per capita of the bottom 40 percent (%)

0.76PERCENT
(2015-2020)
Actual in FCS
-4.25 (2015-2020)
Benchmark
1.2 (2019)
WBG GOALS

Median growth rate of consumption/income per capita of the bottom 40 percent (%)

Median growth rates of average real per capita expenditure or income of the bottom 40% of every country’s population. Aggregation is an unweighted average. Data reported worldwide for all IDA countries with available data, which requires two comparable surveys in the selected period. Countries without two comparable surveys in (roughly) a five year spell are not included in the estimation.

WBG GOALS

Countries with growth concentrated in the bottom 40 percent (%)

44.4PERCENT
(2015-2020)
Actual in FCS
-
Benchmark
50 (2019)
WBG GOALS

Countries with growth concentrated in the bottom 40 percent (%)

Percent of countries for which growth in average (mean) real per capita income of the bottom 40% is positive and greater than growth in average (mean) real per capita income of the total population.

Growth rates are annualized over a time interval of roughly five years. Data reported worldwide for all IDA countries with two comparable surveys in the selected period. Countries without two comparable surveys in (roughly) a five year spell are not included in the estimation.

TIER 2

Tracks development results in countries supported by IDA operations.

CLIMATE CHANGE

Generation capacity of renewable energy (Gigawatt)

4.67GIGAWATT
(FY23)
Actual in FCS
0.19 (FY23)
Benchmark
4.0 (FY21-22)
Performance Standard
10 (FY23-25)
CLIMATE CHANGE

Generation capacity of renewable energy (Gigawatt)

The indicator measures in gigawatts (GW) the generation capacity of renewable energy facilities to be enabled with direct, indirect, and/or enabling policy support through the World Bank’s operations in IDA-eligible countries (including IDA-blend). Data is reported based on target values or projected results for assumed successful project completion as reported at the time of project approval, covering Investment Project Financing, Development Project Financing, Program-for-Results, and Guarantees.

Renewable energy refers to electricity or heat from renewable sources, namely: the sun (solar photovoltaic, concentrated solar, solar water heater), wind; water (hydropower, wave, tidal); combustion of organic matter from sustainable sources (bioenergy); or thermal potential of the earth (geothermal). This covers grid, off-grid, bulk, and distributed sources.

CLIMATE CHANGE

Net GHG emissions (tCO2eq/year, millions)

-20.52MILLION TCO2EQ/YEAR
(FY23)
Actual in FCS
-13.41 (FY23)
Benchmark
-29.06 (FY21-22)
Performance Standard
Monitored
CLIMATE CHANGE

Net GHG emissions (tCO2eq/year, millions)

Project level net (also termed as relative) GHG emissions are typically calculated as an annual average of the difference between emissions expected to be generated by project activities 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 and Infrastructure Practice Groups covering key economic sectors (Energy and Extractives; Transport; Environment, Natural Resources and Blue Economy; Urban, Resilience and Land; Water; and Agriculture and Food) where World Bank-approved GHG accounting methodologies and tools exist. The indicator is based on an ex-ante estimation performed during project preparation using Bank approved methodologies and tools. The indicator value is negative if the project is reducing or sequestering emissions, and positive if the project is increasing emissions. Net GHG emissions is calculated as an aggregate of the net emissions of projects delivered in the FY. 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. Net GHG emissions are reported for entire projects regardless of the share of IBRD or IDA financing.

CLIMATE CHANGE

People provided with access to clean cooking (million)

4.08MILLION
(FY23)
Actual in FCS
2.50 (FY23)
Benchmark
-
Performance Standard
20 (FY23-25)
CLIMATE CHANGE

People provided with access to clean cooking (million)

This indicator measures the number of people who are expected to gain access to new and improved cooking services through the World Bank’s operations in IDA-eligible countries (including IDA-blend). Data is reported based on target values or projected results for assumed successful project completion as reported at the time of project approval, covering Investment Project Financing, Development Project Financing, Program-for-Results, and Guarantees.

TIER 3

Tracks the operational and organizational effectiveness of IDA.

FINANCING OUTCOMES

IDA Budget Anchor (%)

70PERCENT
(FY23)
Benchmark
74 (FY22)
Performance Standard
<=100%
FINANCING OUTCOMES

IDA Budget Anchor (%)

Administrative expenses as a share of IDA revenue.

FINANCING OUTCOMES

Bank Budget to Portfolio Volume Ratio for IDA (per $ billion under supervision) ($ million)

$9MILLION
(FY23)
Benchmark
9 (FY22)
Performance Standard
Monitored
FINANCING OUTCOMES

Bank Budget to Portfolio Volume Ratio for IDA (per $ billion under supervision) ($ million)

Total administrative budget expenses per US$ billion portfolio under supervision.

 

FINANCING OUTCOMES

Average cost of IDA supervision projects (implementation support) ($ thousand)

$226THOUSAND
(FY23)
Actual in FCS
224 (FY23)
Benchmark
207 (FY22)
Performance Standard
Monitored
FINANCING OUTCOMES

Average cost of IDA supervision projects (implementation support) ($ thousand)

These are supervision costs attributed directly to operational projects in the IDA portfolio divided by the monthly average number of projects in the IDA portfolio, plus the 3-year weighted average costs of fiduciary (financial management and procurement) and safeguards (environmental and social safeguards) that are indirectly attributed to the portfolio.