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This brief looks at how ADB set and monitored its institutional priorities for promoting inclusive growth at the corporate level and through its country operations. It discusses lessons and recommendations to further increase inclusion.
This edition of Learning Lessons focuses on the recommendations from Independent Evaluation’s study Inclusion, Resilience, Change ADB’s Strategy 2020 at Mid-Term for ADB to increase its impact. Broadly, the report found that ADB’s strategic agenda remains relevant, but the institution needs to adapt its business model—and most importantly harness its financial and human resources and partnerships—to better deliver on that agenda.
This Learning Lessons distills lessons from ADB’s experience with a view to informing the selection, design, and monitoring of future private sector operations.
This Learning Lessons focuses on crucial lessons for effective value chains based on ADB’s support and experience in this area.
This edition of Learning Lessons reviews and analyzes lessons drawn from evaluation of Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) support to the education sector over the last 10 years.
A safe system approach to road safety offers a holistic view of road transport systems, and considers interactions between several elements. This paper offers lessons for improving road safety and shares good road safety practices by drawing on various publications.
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 discusses the potential risks to Asia from a crisis in Europe, and provides lessons from evaluations of crisis response support prepared by ADB and other international financial institutions.
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.