McNicholl, D., and Hope, R.
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University of Oxford and Uptime Global.
Uptime has pioneered the use of Results-Based Contracts (RBC) for the provision of drinking water for millions of people living in rural areas. RBCs provide a simple and cost-effective way for corporates to fulfil their commitments to ESG, CSR, SDG6, water stewardship and other categories at scale with transparent outcomes and reduced risk. Recent advances in data management through professional service delivery models provide an efficient mechanism for increasing corporate funding to rural areas where deprivation, exclusion and climate risks converge. We present corporate examples from Africa and Asia to illustrate the design, impacts and wider potential of the RBC model.
McNicholl, D., and Hope, R. (2024) Reducing uncertainty in corporate water impact - The role of Results Based Contracting for drinking water supply. Briefing note | January 2024 , University of Oxford and Uptime Global. , Oxford, UK
Reducing uncertainty in corporate water impact: The role of Results-Based Contracting for drinking water supply
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