Welcome to OBA Data

OBA Data provides information, reports, and interactive tools for customized analyses on Output-Based Aid (OBA) projects around the world.It currently features projects funded by the Global Partnership on Output-Based Aid (GPOBA) and the World Bank Group. Information on OBA projects from other sources of funding will be available in the coming months.

The database represents the best efforts of GPOBA to continuously identify those projects that comply with the core principles of the output-based approach, as well as periodically update on their progress. Thus, it should not be seen as a fully comprehensive resource. If you would like to contribute to the site or have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us at OBAdata@worldbank.org.

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Find OBA Projects Worldwide

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Explore GPOBA and World Bank projects with at least one OBA component that are under implementation or closed.
Projects Recently Added to OBA Data
Country Title Date of Approval Subsidy
Mali Mali Rural Electrification Hybrid System Project – GPOBA 12/23/2013 n/a
West Bank and Gaza West Bank Solid Waste Management 09/01/2013 8.56
Nepal Nepal Solid Waste Management 09/12/2012 4.30
Uganda Energy for Rural Transformation Project Phase II 06/21/2012 5.50
Philippines Philippines Public Health 04/10/2012 3.65
Kenya Kenya Electricity Expansion Project 02/20/2012 5.15
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Access to Sanitation Project 12/27/2011 5.08
Liberia GPOBA W3 - Liberia Electricity Access 12/21/2011 10.20
Zambia Additional Financing for Zambia Increased Access to Electricity Services Project 09/22/2010 10.00
Papua New Guinea Rural Communications Project 07/22/2010 13.50
OBA Funding by Sector             Total: US$ 3,995m
The chart displays OBA funding by sector which includes the total grant amount for GPOBA projects (subsidy, recipient executed overhead, and independent verification costs), and the subsidy funding for the OBA components of World Bank projects.