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This Learning Curves provides an overview of the evaluation on ADB’s support to Afghanistan. It aims to provide an independent assessment of ADB support from 2002 to 2011, to identify areas for improving the effectiveness of ADB’s interventions, and to provide evaluation lessons and recommendations.
ONGOING EVALUATION. The project performance evaluation aims to assess project’s performance as well as the long-term impacts of the project and its sustainability. It will examine the project's contribution to the decentralization and deconcentration reforms in Cambodia as well as its contribution to the development of stronger governance and audit systems.
ONGOING EVALUATION. This project performance evaluation aims to assess the project’s performance and the factors affecting it. It will identify any other impacts of the projects, including those pertaining to communities, environment, and local institutions. It will examine issues such as appropriateness of design in terms of scope, implementation, and safeguarding and an assessment of the potential for sustainability.
This paper documents the Chair's Summary of the Committee Discussion held last 19 February 2013. This meeting discussed the Impact Evaluation Study on the Shallow Tubewell Irrigation Project in Nepal and the validation report for the Final Review of Country Operations for Armenia, 2006-2011.
This report validates the country partnership strategy final review (CPSFR) for India from an independent perspective and assesses the quality and coherence of the self-evaluation.
This report assesses ADB’s direct equity investment in the Bank of China. This support was in response to the government’s plan to liberalize the finance sector and to support banking sector reforms in the People’s Republic of China. ADB’s direct participation would also provide an opportunity for Bank of China to undertake transparent privatization process, introduce sound corporate governance and best practices, and strengthen internal controls.
This report assesses the performance of the project in terms of effectiveness, efficiency, relevance and sustainability, as well as to draw lessons for other sustainable energy projects. It also looks at the environmental and social impacts of the project.
This Learning Curves summarizes the impact evaluation study which quantifies the economic and noneconomic impacts of shallow tubewell irrigation in Nepal. It reviews the environmental impacts on project’s beneficiaries, analyzes effectiveness and sustainability of water user groups, and generates findings, lessons and recommendations.
This edition of Learning Curves summarizes the evaluation that examines how ADB can become a stronger knowledge institution. As a key development player in the region, ADB could be at the forefront in specific knowledge areas and at the cutting edge in connecting knowledge with financing for better development results.
ONGOING EVALUATION. This project performance evaluation report aims to assess the project’s performance and the factors affecting it. The evaluation will also examine the extent to which the project served the purpose of improving access to water supply and basic sanitation in relation of Cambodia’s achievement of the Millennium Development Goal 7. Similarly, lessons will be identified that can be derived for future intervention in Cambodia under similar situations.