Evaluation Resources

Results 1-10 of 14 for Learning Curves Bangladesh

This edition of Learning Curves summarizes the evaluation knowledge brief that examines, from the perspective of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, ADB's energy sector assistance over 2001.

This update to the findings of the 2003 country assistance program evaluation (CAPE) for Bangladesh assesses the performance of ADB strategies and assistance programs in the country from 1999 to 2008.

This issue of the Learning Curves summarizes the sector assistance program evaluation which aims to provide a sector-level independent assessment of ADB's assistance to the energy sector in Bangladesh.

This issue of the Learning Curves summarizes the sector assistance program evaluation in the urban and rural water supply and sanitation sectors, and covers work done over 2001-2008 by ADB, as well as other development partners in Bangladesh.

This issue of the Learning Curves summarizes the sector assistance program evaluation in the education sector in Bangladesh to assess the combined performance of key development partners involved in the primary education subsector during 1989-2007.

This issue of the Learning Curves summarizes the evaluation study on ADB's approaches to partnering and harmonization in the context of the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness.

This issue of the Learning Curves summarizes the special evaluation study on the Effect on Microfinance Operations on Poor Rural Households and the Status of Women to determine how effective its projects had been in reducing rural poverty and improving the status of women.

This issue of the Learning Curves summarizes the performance evaluation of ADB's Global Environment Facility cofinanced projects and drew on lessons of their experience.

This issue of the Learning Curves summarizes the evaluation study on ADB's Energy Policy 2000 to assess its relevance and effectiveness and to facilitate work toward a new energy strategy.

The study employed the principal-agent approach to analyze the roles and relationships of major players in the five central elements of service delivery