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Results 61-70 of 153 for 2007
This report examines the operating context and strategies of ADB assistance to conflict-affected North and East Sri Lanka. It provides considerations for rethinking future ADB assistance to conflict-affected areas, taking into account requisites for feasible project implementation.
On 28 August 2007, the Director General of the Operations Evaluation Department of the Asian Development Bank received this response from the Managing Director General on behalf of Management on the Country Assistance Program Evaluation for Sri Lanka: Inclusive Development and Conflict Resolution: Major Challenges in the Future.
This study looks back at the main achievements, issues, and challenges faced by the People’s Republic of China road subsector during the study period from 1997 to 2005.
This study looks back at the main achievements, issues, and challenges faced by the People’s Republic of China railway subsector during the study period from 1997 to 2005.
This chapter presents the results of an assessment of the value added by ADB operations. It draws on the findings of a with project and without project ("with and without") survey of ADB-financed and non-ADB-financed road and railway projects.
This study reviews the available evidence from the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and other studies of relevance regarding documentation of poverty reduction impacts of physical infrastructure and, in particular, road development.
The evaluation of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) road and railway projects in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) took into account changes in ADB’s role and objectives. Growth was the overarching goal of ADB interventions prior to the country operational strategy (COS), 1997–2003.
This study reviews evidence from project implementation, completion, and post-evaluation reports on the performance of the link- and local-roads components attached to Asian Development Bank (ADB) road and railway projects in the People’s Republic of China (PRC).
On 06 August 2007, the Director General of the Operations Evaluation Department of the Asian Development Bank received this response from the Managing Director General on behalf of Management on the Special Evaluation Study on the Performance and Process Evaluations of ADB-GEF Projects.
This evaluation is part of the Country Assistance Program Evaluation for Sri Lanka. It takes sector context into account and evaluates the strategies and assistance of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in the power sector.