Evaluation Resources

Results 61-70 of 83 for Sri Lanka

This report assesses two technical assistance projects on the financing of social services, one in Viet Nam and another in Sri Lanka. It identifies lessons and insights for ADB’s operations in social sectors.

This report evaluates the performance of the Second Agriculture Program designed to increase productivity in agriculture, introduce extensive reforms in agriculture, and sustain policy reforms and institutional strengthening in Sri Lanka.

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has provided 14 technical assistance (TA) grants to build evaluation capability in seven of its developing member countries (DMCs). For this report, six TAs implemented in Nepal, Philippines, and Sri Lanka were assessed, the ratings of which had mixed results.

This study assesses the extent to which participatory development processes enhanced the effectiveness and sustainability of ADB's projects and recommend appropriate participatory development methodology and institutional changes.

This special evaluation study assesses the sustainability of policy reform efforts through selected Advisory Technical Assistance and identify factors that enhance overall effectiveness and sustainability in future operations.

This impact evaluation study assesses the impact of ADB's assistance to rural credit in Bangladesh, the Peoples Republic of China, Indonesia, Nepal, the Philippines, Sri Lanka and Thailand.

This report evaluates the performance of the Kirindi Oya Irrigation and Settlement Project aimed at increasing rice and other field crop production, generate employment, save foreign exchange, and use underutilized land resources in Sri Lanka.

This report evaluates the performance of the Second Road Improvement Project designed to improve 390 kilometers of roads and bridges and increase the efficiency and quality of road maintenance in Sri Lanka

The impact evaluation study was conducted to assess the long-term impact of the assistance provided by ADB to technical education and vocational training (TEVT) in Malaysia, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, and Sri Lanka.

This report evaluates the performance of the Walawe Irrigation Improvement Project aimed to provide adequate, timely, and equitable irrigation supplies on a sustained basis for year-round cropping in Walawe in Pakistan.