This article aims to make a diagnosis of the
impact of performance-based financing on the
difficulties of schooling in rural areas. It is inspired by
the conditions of the quality of education highlighted by
the World Education Forum in Dakar in 2000, to
identify the shortcomings that hinder the optimal
functioning of education. The methodology used is
propensity score matching which consists of comparing
the results of two groups of pilot and control schools to
analyse the impact by estimation.
Performance-based financing, quality of education, schooling, new public management.