Development Impact  Areas of Work

Areas Of Work

 

IFC’s results-measurement system features three mutually reinforcing components:

  • the IFC Development Goals, known as IDGs, which provide corporate-level targets to reflect IFC’s strategy and areas of greatest development needs;
  • a monitoring system, Development Outcome Tracking System or DOTS, for annual tracking of development results and realization of anticipated impact;
  • a systematic evaluation program to articulate and assess the impact of IFC’s work and generate lessons learned that can be fed back into IFC operations to improve future goal-setting and program and project design.

IFC is also developing pilot models that will help us extend our understanding of the true impact of private investment on economic growth, job creation, and development outcomes.

 

IFC'S FOCUS IN RESULTS MEASUREMENT:

IFC DEVELOPMENT GOALS

IFC Development Goals are targets for tangible development outcomes that projects signed or committed by IFC are expected to deliver during their lifetime.


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MONITORING

We use Development Outcome Tracking System to monitor the development results of our investment and advisory services.


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EVALUATION

We conduct self-evaluation to assess the achievements of our projects beyond the outcome indicators which we monitor


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MODELING FOR DEVELOPMENT

IFC is developing pilot models that will complement existing Development Impact tools.


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