Evaluation Resources

Results 51-60 of 60 for Environment

This report evaluates the performance of the Second Aquaculture Development Project aimed at developing extension services for shrimp and carp culture development, providing complementary credit and piloting floodplain fisheries enhancement in Bangladesh.

In the early 1990s, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) began its collaboration with the People's Republic of China (PRC) to support the latter’s attempts to develop and modernize urban infrastructure. This report covers six advisory TA grants provided to PRC for urban development. 

This report assesses two advisory technical assistance (TA) projects that were provided in support of the Government of Mongolia's efforts to strengthen its environmental management capability when the country started the shift from a centrally planned economy to a market-based economy in the early 1990s.

This special evaluation study aims to determine whether ADB is adequately emphasizing the mitigation measures for adverse environmental and social impacts of hydropower projects and to provide recommendations for improving their design and implementation.

This special evaluation study aims to assess the effectiveness of measures included in selected ADB-financed projects to mitigate adverse environmental impacts.

This report assesses three technical assistance (TA) grants designed to improve the capacity of the People's Republic of China for sound environmental management.

This report assesses a technical assistance (TA) grant designed to to improve the capability of the Lao People's Democratic Republic to deal with environmental problems related to nature conservation, deforestation, and the development of water resources.

This report assesses a technical assistance (TA) grant intended to assist the Government of the Philippines to quantify and evaluate problems arising from vehicular emissions, and to prescribe immediate and long-term measures which, if implemented, would lead to improved ambient air quality.

This study re-evaluates the Sagarnath Forestry Development Project about five years after the initial performance audit to establish firm conclusions about project sustainability and long-term socioeconomic and institutional development impacts.

This report evaluates the performance of the Sagarnath Forestry Development Project, designed to establish tree plantations to replace depleted natural forests and to augment domestic supply of fuelwood and timber in Nepal.