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How is the success of a PFS project evaluated?

Last Updated: Dec 29, 2015 04:13PM UTC

PFS projects are evaluated by a rigorous research process, in which the independent evaluator determines if the project has achieved the agreed outcomes. These evaluations determine the impact of an intervention and whether the government should pay the investors; they also build the evidence base about effective interventions for disadvantaged populations.

A key part of the evaluation process is making sure evaluations develop and provide results in a way that promotes transparency among everyone involved. Ensuring that all parties agree with the result of the evaluation and certify its legitimacy is important to preserving the integrity of the payment process and building the consistency, stability, and viability of PFS. 

 

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