Validations of Project Completion Reports | Asian Development Bank

Validations of Project Completion Reports

Validations of project completion reports to improve accountability for achieving results, quality of completion reports, and independence of project ratings.

  • December 2017

    Indonesia: Infrastructure Financing Facility Company Project

    To increase private investment into infrastructure projects, the Indonesian Infrastructure Financing Facility (IIFF) was conceived in 2007 as a nonbank financial institution to develop and finance commercially viable infrastructure projects in Indonesia, especially PPPs. IIFF’s development was built on experience drawn from India’s Infrastructure Development Financing Company and Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services.
  • December 2017

    People’s Republic of China: Yunnan Integrated Road Network Development Project

    In 2 December 2010, ADB provided a loan of $250 million from its ordinary capital resources to finance 14.3% of the project cost, including taxes and duties on expenditures on items funded by ADB. The government financed contingencies and financing charges during implementation. The remaining cost was to be financed by the Ministry of Transport, the Yunnan provincial government, and cofinancing through loans from the Bank of China and the China Construction Bank. The project’s impact was the sustainable economic and social development in Yunnan Province.
  • December 2017

    Papua New Guinea: HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control in Rural Development Enclaves

    In pursuing an export-driven economic growth, the Government of Papua New Guinea had established “development enclaves”, such as mines, plantations, and logging sites, in rural areas. These discrete centers of economic activity generated jobs and a cash economy contrasting with the subsistence farming of the surrounding rural populations.
  • December 2017

    Papua New Guinea: Lae Port Development Project

    In 2007, the Board of Directors of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) approved (i) a $60 million ordinary capital resources loan; (ii) a $40 million equivalent Asian Development Fund loan, including the administration of (a) a $6 million OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) loan; (iv) a $1.5 million Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction (JFPR) grant; and (v) a $0.75 million HIV/AIDS Cooperation Fund grant—all of which to finance a $154 million Lae Port expansion project.
  • December 2017

    Viet Nam: Health Care in the South Central Coast Region Project

    To address inequities in the health sector and achieve the health Millennium Development Goals, the government aimed to improve health services and access in rural areas, targeting especially the poor and ethnic minorities. The government requested the support of Asian Development Bank (ADB) to develop and implement a health project in the South Central Coast Region (SCCR), while other development partners would support other regions.
  • November 2017

    Pakistan: National Highway Development Sector Investment Program – Tranche 2

    This report validates the completion of the program. The program’s investment projects were drawn from the government’s National Highway Development Plan. The program's Project 1 was designed to reduce transport costs and travel times including relieving congestion in urban and industrial areas on N25 and N70. In 2009, ADB approved the second tranche of a multitranche financing facility to finance Project 2, which involved road construction and improvements on two highway sections—N65 Sukkur–Jacobabad (65 km) and N50 Qila Saifullah–Zhob (155 km).
  • November 2017

    Indonesia: Java-Bali Electricity Distribution Performance Improvement Project

    The project was designed to reduce CO2 emissions by lowering technical losses in the Java-Bali distribution network. It also included a pilot program to reduce peak demand in island networks by promoting energy efficient lighting for residential consumers. On 22 March 2010, the Board of Directors of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) approved a loan of $50 million to the Government of Indonesia and the administration of a $1 million grant from the Clean Energy Fund.
  • November 2017

    Philippines: Credit for Better Health Care Project

    The Project aimed to help the Philippines achieve health-related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), particularly to improve maternal health and reduce child mortality. Insufficient investment in the health sector precluded better access to higher quality services.
  • October 2017

    Kazakhstan: CAREC Transport Corridor I (Zhambyl Oblast Section) [Western Europe–Western People's Republic of China International Transit Corridor] Investment Program (Tranche 3)

    In November 2008, the ADB Board of Directors approved a $700 million multitranche financing facility (MFF) loan to support a $1.48 billion transport corridor construction and rehabilitation. The ADB’s portion of the corridor would be cofinanced with the Islamic Development Bank with $414 million, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) with $150 million, and the government with $216 million.
  • October 2017

    Sri Lanka: Education for Knowledge Society Project

    The Education for Knowledge Society Project (EKSP) sought to address two important constraints in the education sector in Sri Lanka. One, the country’s education system needs to be more relevant to the changing labor market requirements of the modern economy. Two, regional disparities in access to quality schools across certain regions, ethnic groups, gender, and lower echelons of administration remain persistent.

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