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Results 1-9 of 9 for China, People's Republic of Technical Assistance Performance Evaluation Reports
This technical assistance performance evaluation report covers six facility-type technical assistance projects approved by ADB for the People’s Republic of China (PRC). The report is focused on the working this facility-type technical assistance approach, how it evolved, its present status, and the contributions of subprojects to the government’s policy reforms and capacity development efforts. The report identifies lessons and offers recommendations to ADB on whether and how to plan and manage similar modes of engagement with governments in upper- and middle-income countries that have relatively strong in-country capacities.
Assesses five ADB technical assistance projects that assisted the People's Republic of China to undertake reforms in the fields of audit, procurement, and performance evaluation.
Seven advistory TAs were selected for evaluation in this technical assistance performance audit report. The TAs generally shared the same objective—to improve environmental management and/or to build capacity in the People's Republic of China, where rapid economic development and years of neglect of environmental protection have resulted in severe environmental degradation.
In the early 1990s, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) began its collaboration with the People's Republic of China (PRC) to support the latter’s attempts to develop and modernize urban infrastructure. This report covers six advisory TA grants provided to PRC for urban development.
This technical assistance performance audit report is the first operations evaluation report on selected technical assistance (TA) interventions on road safety. The evaluation includes three TAs: Regional Initiatives in Road Safety, Preparation of a Road Safety Program in the People's Republic of China, and Road Safety in India.
This report assesses the effectiveness of five technical assistance grants that supported the development of financial intermediation through institutional strengthening or subsector studies in the People's Republic of China.
This report assesses three technical assistance (TA) grants designed to improve the capacity of the People's Republic of China for sound environmental management.
This report assesses a technical assistance (TA) grant aimed at strengthening institutional capabilities in policy analysis in Ministry of Finance to support the economic reform program in the People's Republic of China.
This report assesses a technical assistance (TA) grant intended to regenerate and conserve the fishery and coastal marine resources in the Zhoushan fishing ground through proper resource management and environmental control.