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Results 1-10 of 32 for Country Assistance Program Evaluations
Данная оценка программы помощи стране оценивает стратегии и программы помощи стране Азиатского банка развития (АБР) для Кыргызской Республики с 1994 года, когда КР стала развивающейся страной-членом АБР, до 2010 года, последнего года текущей стратегии АБР в Кыргызской Республике.
This second independent evaluation of the ADB program in Pakistan (the first was in 2007) covers operations and policy dialogue during 2002–2012. The focus is on the results of two country strategies, one covering 2002–2006 and the other 2009–2013. The evaluation assesses the performance of ADB operations, and provides lessons and recommendations for ADB’s new country partnership strategy (CPS), scheduled for approval in 2014.
This first country assistance program evaluation report for Afghanistan provides an independent assessment of ADB‘s strategy and program in Afghanistan covering the period from ADB‘s reengagement with the country in 2002 through 2011. During this period, support approved by ADB totaled $2,732 million, 65% of which came from grants.
This country assistance program evaluation assesses ADB’s country strategies and programs to support the Kyrgyz Republic from 1994 until 2010. ADB support was rated satisfactory, although major constraints and risks remain.
This country assistance program evaluation for Maldives assesses ADB's assistance, identifies factors affecting ADB's performance, and draws lessons and recommendations for improving ADB's future performance.
This country assistance program evaluation for Uzbekistan assesses ADB’s assistance, identifies factors affecting ADB’s performance, and draws lessons and recommendations for improving ADB’s future performance. This is the second country assistance program evaluation for Uzbekistan covering ADB’s support from 2002 to the end of 2009.
This country assistance program evaluation assesses the performance of ADB country strategies and assistance programs for the Lao People's Democratic Republic during the period of 2000–2009. It identifies factors affecting this performance, draws lessons, and makes recommendations for improving the future performance of ADB assistance.
This country assistance program evaluation (CAPE) report presents an evaluation of ADB’s financial and technical assistance to Bhutan in the amount of $317 million that was ongoing or completed during 2001–2009.
This country assistance program evaluation is the second for Bangladesh, evaluating ADB's support for Bangladesh from 1999 to 2008, focusing on the 2005 country strategy, and covering 24 completed and 37 ongoing projects and programs.
This country assistance program evaluation (CAPE) assesses the performance of the country strategies and assistance programs of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for Cambodia during 1998–2008.