Evaluation Resources

This paper offers lessons for making infrastructure disaster-resilient based mainly on the experience of countries in Asia and the Pacific. It also shares practices associated with the multifaceted dimensions of resilience by drawing on publications from international and national organizations.

This brief highlights lessons and recommendations from an independent evaluation report that assessed ADB support for disaster prevention and recovery programs during 1995–2011.

This brief highlights lessons and recommendations from an independent evaluation report that assessed ADB support for disaster prevention and recovery programs during 1995–2011.

This brief distills key lessons from a 2011 special evaluation study that explored governance and development in the Pacific, and assessed ADB’s support for governance and public sector management in the past decade.

The frequency of intense floods and storms is increasing globally and in Asia and the Pacific amid the specter of climate change, pointing to the need for better mitigation and adaptation to natural disasters. This synthesis presents the lessons drawn from evaluations of information sourced from publicly available databases.

This synthesis provides key lessons drawn from evaluations and completion reports of the Asian Development Bank (ADB)-supported emergency response and rehabilitation efforts in developing member countries affected by natural disasters, particularly floods.