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Results 11-20 of 338 for Project Performance Evaluation Reports
This performance evaluation report assesses the performance and impact of the project and generates a series of findings, lessons and recommendations to contribute in the future design and implementation of similar ADB projects.
This performance evaluation report assesses the performance of the project and the factors affecting it. It analyzes the project’s inclusiveness and issues in the domestic labor market. It also assesses the roles of different stakeholders in the project. Lessons from this evaluation will feed into the upcoming thematic evaluation study on ADB’s support for inclusive growth.
This report assesses the program’s relevance, effectiveness, efficiency in achieving its objectives and outputs, sustainability of outcomes, and impact; the performance of the ADB, the executing agency, and the implementing agencies; and draw out key lessons for ADB operations in the microfinance sector.
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 performance evaluation report presents the independent evaluation of the AES Kelanitissa Power Project. It identifies the lessons from the project which can then be used to assist in the design and implementation of future ADB private sector operations in the region, particularly investments in similar projects.
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 project performance evaluation report evaluates the project in the Republic of the Marshall Islands to assess its performance and highlight lessons. It provides inputs to two broader evaluations—the regional evaluation of ADB support for the Pacific region, and the special evaluation study on Millennium Development Goals.
This report assesses the performance of ADB program loans to the devolved social services in Punjab provinces in Pakistan. It reviews factors affecting the performance, assesses how the devolved social services delivery in Punjab has changed, and draws lessons and recommendations.
This report assesses the performance of ADB program loans to the devolved social services in Sindh provinces in Pakistan. It reviews factors affecting the performance, assesses how the devolved social services delivery in Sindh has changed, and draws lessons and recommendations.
This report assesses loans and equity investments to private banks and leasing companies in Azerbaijan as well as a term loan facility agreement with AGBank entered into by ADB in 1996. The main objective of the project was to strengthen the emerging private bank sector in a transition economy in which banking is still dominated by state-owned banks and to help expand the non-oil economy by financing micro and small and medium-sized enterprises.