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ONGOING EVALUATION. The special evaluation study will assess ADB’s trade finance activities including the related Trade Finance Program (TFP) technical assistance programs since the initial approval of the program in 2003 to end of 2013. The evaluation will assess the performance of the TFP relative to the objectives set for that program. Based on this assessment, the study will derive operational lessons and recommendations to inform future operations.
This study assesses ADB’s operations in promoting inclusive growth during 2000–2012. This is a timely exercise as it comes at the halfway mark of Strategy 2020’s term. The study looks at how ADB set and monitored its institutional priorities for promoting inclusive growth at the corporate level and through its country operations.
This paper documents the Chair's Summary of the Development Effectiveness Committee Discussion held on 18 February 2014.
ONGOING EVALUATION. The 2014 Annual Evaluation Review will provide an assessment of ADB’s operational performance and aims to synthesize lessons of use to ADB, amid global events affecting its developing member countries, as well as important strategic ADB events. The review will also provide an update of IED’s accomplishments, ADB performance up to end 2013, new lessons, and recommendations and follow up to recommendations.
This performance evaluation report assesses the performance and impact of the program and generates a series of findings, lessons and recommendations to contribute in the future design and implementation of similar ADB projects.
This performance evaluation report assesses ADB’s support to the project as highly successful based on the criteria of development impact and outcome and, from ADB’s side, investment profitability, work quality, and additionality. A lesson from this project and ADB’s wider engagement in Cambodia’s energy sector since the early 1990s is long-term sector engagements help facilitate enabling environments, as it has in Cambodia’s energy sector.
This paper documents the Chair's Summary of the Committee Discussion held on 4 December 2013. This meeting discussed the Country Assistance Program Evaluation for Pakistan 2002–2012.
The midterm review of Strategy 2020 provides the Asian Development Bank (ADB) a precious opportunity to draw on its vast experience over the first 5 years of the strategy’s implementation. This evaluation report views the three strategic agendas of inclusive growth, environmental sustainability, and regional integration set out in 2008 as being highly relevant for the second half of Strategy 2020. The thrust of this evaluation is to press on actions and results on the ground—with determination and a reinvigorated sense of urgency—that will make the pursuit of the threefold agenda much more effective going forward.
This guidelines have been prepared to facilitate evaluations of nonsovereign operations by the Independent Evaluation Department (IED), which is independent of Management and reports directly to ADB’s Board of Directors.
Validates the completion report’s assessment of the project, which aimed to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of delivery of basic public services by strengthening the policy, legal, and regulatory framework for decentralization, as well as developing capacities at the local government level in Indonesia. IED overall assessment: Successful (Program Loan); Less than Successful (Project Loan)