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Results 1-10 of 27 for Uzbekistan
Validates the completion report’s assessment of the program which aims to develop an effective legal, regulatory, and institutional frameworks for savings and credit unions, establish a financially sustainable networks of unions, and improve financial intermediation of commercial banks and provision of credit access in Uzbekistan. IED overall assessment: Less than successful
Validates the completion report’s assessment of the project which aims to provide safe, adequate, and easily accessible water supply to three urban communities in Uzbekistan. IED overall assessment: Successful
This Learning Curves provides an overview of the evaluation on ADB’s microfinance development strategy. The study had two objectives: assess the performance of the ADB’s microfinance assistance, and build knowledge on the effectiveness of microfinance in reducing poverty based on ADB’s experiences.
This edition of Learning Curves summarizes an evaluation of ADB’s assistance to Uzbekistan. It identifies factors affecting ADB’s performance, and draws lessons and recommendations for improving ADB’s future performance.
Validates the completion report’s assessment of the project which aims to improve the quality of basic education in Uzbekistan.
Validates the completion report’s assessment of the program to promote farm restructuring, increase state procurement prices and reduce farm losses.
Validates the project completion report's assessment of the project which aims to support the implementation of Uzbekistan's medium-term education and training development plan – the National Program for Personnel Training. IED overall assessment: Partly successful.
On 18 August 2011, the Director General of Independent Evaluation at the Asian Development Bank received this response from the Managing Director General on behalf of Management on the IED Report: Country Assistance Program Evaluation on Education in Uzbekistan.
This country assistance program evaluation for Uzbekistan assesses ADB’s assistance, identifies factors affecting ADB’s performance, and draws lessons and recommendations for improving ADB’s future performance. This is the second country assistance program evaluation for Uzbekistan covering ADB’s support from 2002 to the end of 2009.
Validates the program completion report's assessment of the program which aims to modernize structure, content and process of education, improve sector sustainability and efficiency and reform governance of education in Uzbekistan. IED overall assessment: Successful.