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  • October 2014

    Viet Nam: Health Care in the Central Highlands Project

    This health care project in Viet Nam was to support the implementation of a new government initiative—the Prime Minister’s Decision 139 that aimed to establish the Health Care Fund for the Poor (HCFP). It emphasized the capacity development of the provincial health departments for planning, financing, and managing health services.
  • October 2014

    Bangladesh: Second Participatory Livestock Development Project

    ADB has been involved in various livestock development projects in Bangladesh, such as the Participatory Livestock Development Project, in recognition of the role of the livestock sector in reducing poverty and the need to improve the capacity of Department of Livestock Services in the delivery of services. Building on the achievements of previous ADB projects, the Second Participatory Livestock Development Project was intended to broaden livestock development opportunities for the rural poor households. 
  • October 2014

    Sri Lanka: Tsunami-Affected Areas Rebuilding Project

    Validates the completion report’s assessment of the project, which aimed to restore basic social infrastructure, community services, and livelihood in the tsunami-affected areas of Sri Lanka. IED overall assessment: Successful.
  • October 2014

    People’s Republic of China: Guangdong Energy Efficiency and Environment Improvement Investment Program, Tranche 1

    Validates the completion report’s assessment of the project, which aimed to improve energy efficiency in the industrial and commercial sectors in Guangdong province in the People’s Republic of China. IED overall assessment: Successful.
  • October 2014

    Viet Nam: Central Region Transport Networks Improvement Sector Project

    Validates the completion report’s assessment of the project, which aimed to induce more efficient and cost-effective movement of passengers and goods in the central region’s rural areas of Viet Nam. IED overall assessment: Successful.
  • October 2014

    Uzbekistan: Woman and Child Health Development Project

    Validates the completion report’s assessment of the project, which aimed to support health sector reforms and increase the efficiency of the health care delivery system for women and child health in Uzbekistan. IED overall assessment: Successful.
  • October 2014

    India: Rural Road Sector II Investment Program (Project 1)

    Validates the completion report’s assessment of the program, which aimed to improve connectivity of rural communities of India to markets, district headquarters, and other centers of economic activity via the road investment program. IED overall assessment: Successful.
  • October 2014

    Tajikistan: Regional Customs Modernization and Infrastructure Development Project

    Validates the completion report’s assessment of the project, which aimed to improve efficiency and transparency of customs service, and trade facilitation and promotion of regional customs cooperation in Tajikistan. IED overall assessment: Successful.
  • October 2014

    Impact Evaluation Study of Selected Road Projects in Bangladesh

    This ongoing evaluation will assess the development outcome of selected road projects in Bangladesh, provide evidence of poverty impacts of road interventions, and fill in the knowledge gap. The study will (i) measure impacts that are attributed to the projects in achieving the intended impacts and outcomes; (ii) help improve ADB‟s operational effectiveness at the project level; and (iii) enhance the relevance of ADB corporate results framework. 
  • October 2014

    Bhutan: Road Network Project

    An efficient and reliable road network was deemed to be of strategic importance for Bhutan. Many communities had been found isolated and dependent on animal transport due to lack of reliable roads and had kept several farmers dependent on subsistence agriculture. The country’s trunk road had very limited coverage and unable to meet the growing demands of larger and heavier vehicles. In Bhutan, 20% of the national highways, 53% of the district roads, and 86% of the feeder roads were in poor condition and were difficult to use during extreme weather conditions.

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