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This study is the first country assistance program evaluation for Sri Lanka. The evaluation period covered two decades (1986-2006), with emphasis on the more recent decade. The main objectives of the evaluation were to assess the performance of ADB's operations in Sri Lanka and to identify forward-looking lessons for the preparation of the next country strategy.
This paper reviews ADB’s governance and anticorruption concerns in past and existing country strategies and programs for Sri Lanka, examines various governance and anticorruption measures in the assistance program, and assesses the contribution of the assistance program to governance and anticorruption efforts in Sri Lanka.
This paper reviews the context of ADB's policy-based lending operations in Sri Lanka, analyzes the extent of the country’s compliance with policy measures that it had agreed to, reviews key achievements of policy-based programs, and identifies lessons from operations.
This paper asesses ADB's strategies and assistance in the education sector in Sri Lanka, taking into account the positioning and performance of ADB’s sector strategies.
This paper provides an independent assessment of ADB's contribution to development results in Sri Lanka's transport sector and identifies development issues and lessons in the sector.
This report provides an independent assessment of ADB's contribution to development results in Sri Lanka and identifies development issues and lessons in the agriculture and natural resources sector pertinent to the preparation of the next country partnership strategy.
This report examines the operating context and strategies of ADB assistance to conflict-affected North and East Sri Lanka. It provides considerations for rethinking future ADB assistance to conflict-affected areas, taking into account requisites for feasible project implementation.
This paper provides an independent assessment of ADB's strategies and assistance in the water supply and sanitation sector of Sri Lanka. It identifies development issues and lessons in the sector.
On 28 August 2007, the Director General of the Operations Evaluation Department of the Asian Development Bank received this response from the Managing Director General on behalf of Management on the Country Assistance Program Evaluation for Sri Lanka: Inclusive Development and Conflict Resolution: Major Challenges in the Future.
This evaluation is part of the Country Assistance Program Evaluation for Sri Lanka. It takes sector context into account and evaluates the strategies and assistance of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in the power sector.