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The 2012 evaluation highlights some of the successes and shortcomings of disaster risk reduction in Asia and the Pacific, particularly through case studies in Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Pakistan, and identifies areas for improvement.
This evaluation focuses on the Asian Development Bank (ADB) interventions to stimulate energy efficiency investments in industry and buildings.
This study assesses ADB’s achievement in mainstreaming the Managing for Development Results agenda within ADB, with a view to track progress, identify lessons, and make recommendations for ensuring better development effectiveness of operations in the future.
This study reviews the development effectiveness of the operations of the Asian Development Fund (ADF) approved during ADF VIII and ADF IX (2001–2008) and reports on progress in the first 2 years of implementing ADF X.
This report brings to light the contribution that knowledge audits can make to organizational learning and organizational health, notwithstanding the psychological and social barriers that organizational culture can throw up.
Timed to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the establishment of ADB in 1966, this booklet on Independent Evaluation at the Asian Development Bank offers more than an account of the early steps of operations evaluation. It describes recent accomplishments and looks to the future.
Learning Lessons in ADB: Strategic Framework, 2007–2009 sets the stage for regular annual knowledge audits for systematic identifi cation and analysis of knowledge needs, products and services, gaps, flows, uses, and users from the perspective of learning lessons.
This publication explores the ways in which rural roads impact poverty and what the determinants of these impacts are. It uses in-depth information from six case study villages through which Asian Development Bank-financed rural roads traversed.
This special evaluation study (SES) reviewed and analyzed current and future nutrition and food fortification related issues.
This report assesses the relevance of genetic improvement research to tilapia farming, how genetically improved farmed tilapia (GIFT) research and development have improved breeds, the development and dissemination of breeding methods and protocols; and the institutional, socioeconomic, and environmental impacts of GIFT in selected countries.