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This special evaluation study assesses how relevant and efficient the Asian Development Fund was, and how effective and sustainable its outcomes are.
This special evaluation study, which focused on ADB's results orientation, aimed to evaluate ADB's general progress in 2007, before going on to assess ADB's operational implementation of Managing for Development Results (MfDR) and related outcomes in 2...
This special evaluation study provides an independent assessment of the achievements of the Long-Term Strategic Framework for 2001-2015 and its implementation during the medium-term strategies (MTS) I and the early years of MTS II
This report evaluates the performance of the Roads Development Project aimed to develop road sector in Mongolia and enhance the Government's capacity to plan, administer, and implement road policies, program and projects.
Validates the completion report's assessment of the project aimed at resurfacing roads, improving slope stability and setting up a pilot equipment-leasing scheme in Bhutan. The project was expected to contribute to the integration of the domestic market, enhance market access, increase employment opportunities, stimulate private sector activity, improve road safety, and develop public-private partnerships. IED overall assessment: Successful.
Validates the completion report's assessment of the project designed to improve road transport efficiency and competitiveness and develop the Viet Nam Road Administration into a modern, efficient road administrator. IED overall assessment: Successful
This report evaluates the performance of the Small-Scale Water Resources Development Sector Project designed to increase agricultural production for smallholder farms through the development of small-scale water control system in western Bangladesh.
This report evaluates the performance of the Second Financial Sector Program intended to promote the development of a competitive, stable, and broad-based financial system to support enhanced resource mobilization and sustainable economic growth in Mon...
This report evaluates the performance of the Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development Project aimed to promote decentralization of population growth and economic activity away from Bangalore in India.
Validates the completion report's assessment of the project designed to open a shorter and more cost-effective road corridor linking Dhaka to major cities in Bangladesh. The project also aimed to improve governance, develop institutional capacity, and address social and environmental issues. IED overall assessment: Successful.