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Results 1-10 of 1555
Validates the completion report’s assessment of the project, which aimed to establish a sustainable housing finance market in Viet Nam that would be accessible to urban low-income and poor households. IED overall assessment: Less than successful.
This book marks 10 years of independent evaluation at the Asian Development Bank. It shares the journey to organizational and financial independence of evaluation and the transformation in evaluation approaches to effectively support accountability and learning. The book captures how evaluation is advancing from largely ex post assessments of programs and projects to a varied set of forward-looking and real time tools and innovations in evaluation methods.
ONGOING EVALUATION. This thematic evaluation study aims to assess the progress made by ADB in promoting regional cooperation and integration and to provide lessons and recommendations for future ADB activities on this area, as well as to feed into future IED corporate evaluations (such as the thematic evaluation on the effectiveness of ADB’s partnerships). The final report is expected to be delivered in 2015.
This report assesses ADB support for enhancing governance and draw on lessons and evidence from the broader global experience. The evaluation provides guidance to strengthen the effectiveness of future work in this area. The findings will also feed into the midterm review of Asian Development Fund (ADF) XI, to take place in late 2014.
Validates the completion report’s assessment of the project, which aimed to expand and strengthen northern electricity network and improve efficiency of the power sector through the restructuring and commercialization of Electricity of Viet Nam units. IED overall assessment: Successful.
Validates the completion report’s assessment of the project, which aimed to reduce poverty and increase political stability by increasing opportunity for wage employment at home and abroad, and self-employment. IED overall assessment: Successful.
On 20 August 2014, the Director General, Independent Evaluation received the following responses from the Managing Director General on behalf of the Management.
This report validates the findings of the Cambodia country partnership strategy (CPS) final review, assess the quality of the self-evaluation and identify lessons and recommendations to improve the design and implementation of the upcoming CPS while providing a basis to ensure accountability for future self-evaluations.
This country assistance program evaluation report provides the first assessment of the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) strategies and programs in Tajikistan during August 1998–October 2013. Its primary objective is to improve the effectiveness of the development support ADB provides to the country. Taking into account the economic, political, and development context in which the program was formulated and implemented, the evaluation aimed to (i) independently assess the performance of ADB assistance to the country, (ii) identify factors affecting this performance, and (iii) draw lessons and make recommendations on operational improvements for consideration in ADB’s forthcoming country partnership strategy for Tajikistan.