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Project Performance Evaluation Reports

Project Performance Evaluation Reports (PPERs) evaluate the design, implementation, and performance of projects and programs. They are prepared about 3 years after project completion.

  • Nepal: School Sector Program
    29 Jul 2019 | Evaluation Document

    Nepal: School Sector Program

    This program performance evaluation report was undertaken to assess the performance of the School Sector Program (SSP) in Nepal. Using a policy-based lending modality, the SSP was designed to support a broad education sector reform program, under a sector wide approach. Its overarching objective was the enhancement of educational attainments and livelihoods in Nepal, particularly for girls and disadvantaged groups.
  • Bangladesh: Chittagong Port Trade Facilitation Project
    04 Feb 2019 | Evaluation Document

    Bangladesh: Chittagong Port Trade Facilitation Project

    This project performance evaluation report assesses the performance of the Chittagong Port Trade Facilitation Project and highlights the lessons that can be learned from it. The evaluation is intended to be a contribution to a forthcoming review of transport operations of the Asian Development Bank (ADB), a sector-wide evaluation study.
  • Uzbekistan: Housing for Integrated Rural Development Investment Program—Tranches 1, 2, and 3
    19 Oct 2018 | Evaluation Document

    Uzbekistan: Housing for Integrated Rural Development Investment Program—Tranches 1, 2, and 3

    This evaluation assesses the performance of the multitranche financing facility (MFF) of Asian Development Bank (ADB) for the Housing for Integrated Rural Development Investment Program in Uzbekistan (the ADB MFF program). ADB provided $500 million to support the government’s rural housing scheme (RHS), which had an estimated total investment of $3.05 billion. 
  • Lao People's Democratic Republic: Northern Region Sustainable Livelihoods Through Livestock Development Project (A Joint Evaluation)
    11 Sep 2018 | Evaluation Document

    Lao People's Democratic Republic: Northern Region Sustainable Livelihoods Through Livestock Development Project (A Joint Evaluation)

    This joint project performance evaluation report of the Northern Region Sustainable Livelihoods through Livestock Development Project is the first joint evaluation exercise between the Independent Evaluation Department (IED) of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Independent Office of Evaluation (IOE) of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). The project has been selected for a joint evaluation as it was jointly financed by IFAD and ADB; along with the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation.
  • Indonesia: Coral Reef Rehabilitation and Management Project Phase II
    05 Sep 2018 | Evaluation Document

    Indonesia: Coral Reef Rehabilitation and Management Project Phase II

    This report presents the findings of an evaluation of Indonesia’s Coral Reef Rehabilitation and Management Project (COREMAP) Phase II. The project aimed to introduce and implement coastal resource management through (i) strengthening the capacity of provincial and district institutions to formulate coral reef management policies and strategies; and (ii) developing community-based resource management by improving monitoring, control, and surveillance, promoting social infrastructure, and supporting microenterprises. 
  • Maldives: Economic Recovery Program
    04 Sep 2018 | Evaluation Document

    Maldives: Economic Recovery Program

    The Economic Recovery Program in Maldives aimed for the recovery and sustainable growth of the economy over the medium term by supporting structural reforms. It sought to create greater fiscal space in the government budget by diversifying the tax base and rationalizing expenditures, improving debt management, and privatizing state-owned enterprises. This evaluation assessed the program successful overall although the sustainability of some outcomes was considered less than likely. 
  • Uzbekistan: Surkhandarya Water Supply and Sanitation Project
    03 Sep 2018 | Evaluation Document

    Uzbekistan: Surkhandarya Water Supply and Sanitation Project

    The project was designed to improve water supply and sanitation services and improve hygiene through the replacement of aging and deteriorating infrastructure, hygiene promotion, and institutional support.
  • Georgia: Growth Recovery Support Program
    21 Dec 2017 | Evaluation Document

    Georgia: Growth Recovery Support Program

    This project performance evaluation report was undertaken to assess the performance of the Growth Recovery Support Program (GRSP) in Georgia, and to identify lessons and recommendations for future Asian Development Bank (ADB) operations.
  • Uzbekistan: Second Small and Microfinance Development Project
    21 Dec 2017 | Evaluation Document

    Uzbekistan: Second Small and Microfinance Development Project

    This project performance evaluation report assesses the Second Small and Microfinance Development Project in Uzbekistan that provided intermediary loans of $50 million to three commercial banks (Hamkorbank, Ipak Yuli Bank, and Agrobank) for onlending to micro and small enterprises (MSE) in Uzbekistan. The project was approved in April 2010 and completed in December 2013.
  • Georgia: Municipal Services Development Project and Municipal Services Development Project Phase 2
    21 Dec 2017 | Evaluation Document

    Georgia: Municipal Services Development Project and Municipal Services Development Project Phase 2

    Georgia became a member of ADB in 2007. The Municipal Services Development Project, approved in September 2008, was the first Asian Development Bank operation in the country. A year after project approval, at the government’s request, ADB approved the Phase 2 in 2009, to provide additional financing to rehabilitate poorly maintained infrastructure due to lack of investment and maintenance post-independence from the Soviet Union. Both projects rehabilitated many small-scale infrastructure projects across Georgia.

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