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Results 1301-1310 of 1555
This study seeks examines the reasons for establishing the ADF, the objectives, policies, and strategies governing the use of the ADF, the performance of projects funded under the ADF and the implications for ADB's current strategic direction and operations.
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 evaluates the performance of the Fourth and Fifth Road Improvement Projects which aimed to finance the improvement of sections of the main trunk road from Vang Vieng to Pak Mong via Louang Phrabang in Lao People
This report evaluates the performance of the Second Ports Project designed to improve the efficiency and productivity of the ports and shipping sector and to provide additional cargo handling and ship-repairing capacity in India.
This technical assistance (TA) performance audit report covers eight advisory TAs approved in the 1990s, involving nine institutions in four Pacific DMCs—-the Republic of Marshall Islands (RMI), Papua New Guinea (PNG), Samoa, and Vanuatu.
This publication highlights the findings and conclusions of evaluation reports completed by the Operations Evaluation Department (OED) in 2000.
This report evaluates the performance of the Third Health Project designed to improve health care delivery in Balochistan, Pakistan.
This report evaluates the performance of the Agriculture Sector Program designed to establish a competitive and market-based agriculture sector in Kazakhstan.
This report evaluates the performance of the Rural Training Project aimed at addressing the widespread rural poverty by providing livelihood skills training and microcredit to the landless rural poor in Bangladesh.
This report evaluates the performance of the Social Action Program (Sector) Project designed to improve social indicators in primary education, health, population welfare, and rural water supply and sanitation in Pakistan.