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Results by sector: infrastructure 2012-13

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Table B: Example Results table for Annual Report
Sector: Infrastructure (Wealth Creation)
Organisation Indicator Latest Reporting Period Latest Result Previous Result Previous Reporting Period DFID's contribution as a % of total core funding 3
AfDB 4 People with improved access to transport 2010-2012 34,069,000 10,805,000 2009-2011 10 7
AfDB 4 People benefiting from new or improved electricity connections 2012 7,922,000 6,657,000 2009-2011 10 7
AsDB 4 Number of new households connected to electricity 2012 174,000 413,000 2011 5 7
AsDB 4 Beneficiaries of road projects 2012 128,600,000 175,387,000 2011 5 7
CDB 4 Beneficiaries of road projects 2012 165,000 72,000 2011 24 7
IDA 4 Roads constructed and rehabilitated (km) average FY 2010- 2012 34,000 32,000 average 2008-2010 11
IFAD 4 Kilometres of roads constructed/rehabilitated 2011 20, 000 18,000 2010 4
PIDG 4 People impacted with improved/new power supply 2002-2012 13,149,000 12,600,000 2002-mid-2012 51
1. Sources for all indicators can be found at the back of the Annual Report, [Annex XX]
2. Where results are reported to the nearest million they have been presented in this way; otherwise results have been rounded down to nearest thousand.
3. The DFID burden share presented here are not suitable to calculate a DFID results attribution of multilateral results. The results presented in this table are achieved through all funding streams that the multilateral receive, not just limited to core funding.
4. Result delivered through multilaterals and its partners.
5. GFATM does not engage in direct procurement activities; instead these are managed under the full responsibility of grant recipients. However, GFATM provides mechanisms to promote and cost-effective procurement of health products.
6. Achievement relating to around 90 percent of the portfolio value in 2011
7. Burden share relates to the concessionary fund only. The results presented are achieved through concessionary and non-concessionary funds of the Bank.
8. The UK has a 5% IFC shareholding, with contribution in the past.
9. Includes in-kind assistance
10. Previous results for this indicator included figures for all people receiving support to cope with the effects of climate change. These results did not delineate beneficiaries by the intensity of support given nor whether the beneficiaries where targeted or not. We can now disaggregate the results to show whether support received was direct or indirect. We have decided to report direct support only as this type of support can be shown to help discrete beneficiaries cope with the effects of climate change while indirect support cannot. Definitions for direct and indirect support are given below. Direct support is where beneficiaries have been targeted and the intervention is high intensity. Examples could include people receiving social protection cash transfers, houses raised on plinths and training of individuals in communities to develop emergency plans. Beneficiaries who receive indirect support may or may not have been targeted and have received medium intensity support. Examples could include people receiving weather information or text message early warnings and people within the catchment area of a large infrastructure project (eg flood defences).
11. Since the previous Annual Report the methodology for determining whether an election is ‘freer and fairer’ has been strengthened and clarified. The methodology draws on independent observer reports to consider the extent to which elections are credible, non-violent and reflect the will of the people. As a result of this improvement the results against election indicators for 2011–12 have been revised.
12. The number of countries where DFID has supported freer and fairer elections which are also fragile and conflict afflicted states was two up to 2011–12 inclusive, one in 2012–13 and so three up to 2012–13 inclusive.
13. DFID is also supporting elections through regional programmes which reached an additional 64 million voters in 14 countries.
14. The 2012 figures are provisional, please see the UNHCR/GAVI Annual Reports for the final figures.