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This Country Assistance Program Evaluation (CAPE) assessed the performance of the Asian Development Bank's Country Strategies and Programs (CSP) for the Lao People's Democratic Republic starting from 1986 (when the country embarked on a transition from a centrally-planned economy to a market-oriented system) up to 2004.
This country assistance program evaluation (CAPE) focused on the Asian Development Bank’s operations in Uzbekistan from their commencement in 1996 to 2004, although some developments in 2005 are also mentioned.
This country assistance program evaluation (CAPE), the first prepared for Indonesia, focuses on the responsiveness of the Asian Development Bank country strategy and program (CSP) to changes and challenges between 1990 and 2004.
The objective of this Country Assistance Program Evaluation (CAPE) study is to assess the performance of ADB’s country operational strategies and country assistance programs for Bhutan during 1983–2003, and to derive lessons and make recommendations for more effective future operations.
The Nepal country assistance program evaluation (CAPE) was undertaken to examine the effectiveness of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) assistance program during the 1988–2003 period.
The study assessed the performance of ADB's country strategies and programs (CSPs) for Cambodia during 1992-2002.
The purpose of the country assistance program evaluation (CAPE) was to assess the contributions that ADB’s assistance made to Papua New Guinea’s development and generate feedback for the forthcoming country strategy and program.
The country assistance program evaluation for Bangladesh covers the period from 1986-2003.
The objective of this country assistance program evaluation is to assess the relevance, effectiveness, sustainability, and institutional and other development impacts of the overall assistance program of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for the Philippines, focusing particularly on the period from 1986-2001.
This country assistance program evaluation (CAPE) aims to assess the contributions that ADB assistance made to the transition process of Mongolia.