Managing for Development Results at ADB

Since ADB adopted MfDR in 2004, it has:

  • mainstreamed a corporate results framework, allowing it to measure its contribution to development in the region, and to better manage its operations and organization;
  • become more results-driven in the design and management of its country partnership strategies, projects, and programs;
  • helped build the capacity of developing countries to adopt MfDR practices through technical assistance and by facilitating the Asia Pacific Community of Practice on MfDR;
  • contributed to global and regional initiatives on MfDR in collaboration with other development partners.