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Measuring and reporting results is critical to ensure development effectiveness of our operations. The Bank works with client countries to improve measurement systems that help them track progress, learn lessons, and make timely corrections to achieve their development goals. The Bank demonstrates results using various channels, both quantitatively and qualitatively. This is to capture the development impact of our diverse portfolio of tailored solutions for our client countries’ unique development challenges. See the factsheets to learn more about how the Bank measures and reports results.
The Corporate Scorecard reports the annual snapshot of results achieved by the World Bank Group, including results and performance indicators of the World Bank, International Finance Corporation (IFC), and Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA).
The IDA Results Measurement System offers a similar view of the International Development Agency, the World Bank's fund for the poorest.
Results Briefs are short presentations of results that have been achieved with World Bank support. They describe the challenges, solutions and results achieved and provide information on financing instruments and beneficiaries.
Implementation Status and Results Reports (ISR) provide regularly updated information on progress directly from individual projects under implementation.