Evaluation Resources

Results 1-10 of 10 for Poverty 2008

Validates the completion report's assessment of the project aimed at promoting sustainable management of coastal fisheries resources in Indonesia, thereby reducing poverty in the coastal areas by providing opportunities for increased income. IED overall assessment: Successful.

This issue of the Learning Curves summarizes the evaluation of ADB's Poverty Reduction Trust Funds which are assessed in terms of its objectives, contributions and links to the achievement of ADB's strategic objectives.

Validates the completion report's assessment of the project aimed at preventing flooding of houses and crops, improving environmental factors, minimizing disruptions of services and commercial activities, and enhancing the income-earning capacity of the generally poor populations in selected provinces of Indonesia. IED overall assessment: Successful.

This special evaluation study assessed the ADB's Poverty Reduction Technical Assistance Trust Fund against their objectives; gauged the contributions and the links to the achievement of ADB's strategic objectives; looked for positive outcomes; evaluated performance with country case studies (in the Lao People's Democratic Republic, Republic of the Marshall Islands, Nepal, and People's Republic of China); and drew lessons to make recommendations.

The process and outcome of the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB’s) country strategy and program 2006–20101 are consistent with broader harmonization and alignment policies. The country strategy priorities are fully aligned with the National Poverty Reduction Strategy (NPRS) vision, strategies, and priorities, as set out in the NPRS triangular framework of economic growth, human development, and governance. The country strategy results framework draws directly on NPRS performance indicators.

The joint country strategy initiative originated in 2004 when the four largest donors in Bangladesh—Asian Development Bank (ADB), Department for International Development (DFID), Japan, and the World Bank—agreed to synchronize the timing of their individual country assistance strategies.

The case studies presented in this report were conducted in preparation of the special evaluation study (SES) of the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) 1995 Policy on Involuntary Resettlement (IR). This SES was conducted by the Operations Evaluation Department (OED) upon the request of the Development Effectiveness Committee (DEC) of ADB’s Board of Directors.

The case studies presented in this report were conducted in preparation of the special evaluation study (SES) of the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) 1995 Policy on Involuntary Resettlement (IR). This SES was conducted by the Operations Evaluation Department (OED) upon the request of the Development Effectiveness Committee (DEC) of ADB’s Board of Directors.

The case studies presented in this report were conducted in preparation of the special evaluation study (SES) of the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) 1995 Policy on Involuntary Resettlement (IR). This SES was conducted by the Operations Evaluation Department (OED) upon the request of the Development Effectiveness Committee (DEC) of ADB’s Board of Directors.

This issue of the Learning Curves summarizes the study on the performance of the seventh replenishment of ADF for 2001-2004 and the eighth replenishment (ADF IX) for 2005-2008 in preparation for donor meetings on the ninth (ADF X) for 2009-2013.