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Results 1-10 of 14 for Validations of Country Partnership Strategy Final Reviews English
This report validates the Georgia interim operational strategy final review prepared as a self-evaluation by the Central and West Asia Department (CWRD) of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in April 2013. It also assesses its quality, ADB and borrower performance and identifies lessons and recommendations to improve the design and implementation of the country partnership strategy planned in 2014.
This report validates the country partnership strategy (CPS) final review prepared by the South Asia Regional Department. It also identifies lessons and recommendations to improve the design and implementation of the CPS planned for 2014 and assesses the quality of the self- evaluation.
The Independent Evaluation Department has prepared this report to validate the CPSFR findings; assess the quality of the self-evaluation; and identify lessons and recommendations to improve the design and implementation of the upcoming CPS, as well as the quality and accountability of future self-evaluations. Since there was no new CPS for 2012, the CPS 2007–2011 is understood to guide ADB operations in the country until the new CPS is prepared.
This report validates the findings of the CPS Final Review, assess the quality of the self-evaluation and identify lessons and recommendations to improve the design and implementation of the upcoming CPS, as well as the quality and accountability of future self-evaluations.
This report validates the country partnership strategy final review (CPSFR) for India from an independent perspective and assesses the quality and coherence of the self-evaluation.
This report validates, from an independent perspective, the final review of the results of operations conducted by ADB in Azerbaijan from 2000 to 2011.
This report evaluates the interim operational strategy final review from an independent perspective and assesses the quality of the self-evaluation. It identifies lessons and recommendations to improve the design and implementation of the upcoming country partnership strategy, as well as the quality and accountability of future self-evaluations.
This validates the findings of the Kazakhstan country strategy and program final review and identifies lessons and recommendations for improving the quality of the design and implementation of the new CPS.
This validation report seeks to validate the CPSFR's ratings and findings; identify reasons for deviations, if any; and assess the quality of the CPSFR.
Validates the Solomon Islands 2006-2010 Country Partnership Strategy final review to identify strategic issues and lessons, provides additional insights to sharpen ADB assistance in Solomon Islands, and as an input for the preparation of a new CPS.