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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.

  • 21 Dec 2017 | Evaluation Document

    Viet Nam: Central Region Water Resources Project

    This report presents the findings of an evaluation of the Central Region Water Resources Project in Viet Nam. The project aimed to introduce a user-oriented service approach to irrigation water management. This is to be undertaken by improving irrigation management systems by establishing financially independent irrigation management companies (IMCs) with user-oriented water services and new style water user groups (WUGs) on the basis of hydraulic boundaries; and improving irrigation infrastructure by rehabilitating and upgrading existing irrigation schemes.
  • 21 Dec 2017 | Evaluation Document

    Indonesia: Capital Market Development Program Cluster (Subprograms 1 and 2)

    In the aftermath of the 1997–1998 Asian financial crisis, Indonesia undertook reforms including strengthening the banking sector. However, to return economic growth to pre-crisis levels, higher levels of investment were needed, particularly in infrastructure. Developing capital markets offered an opportunity to reinvigorate growth through more efficient financial intermediation.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 18 Dec 2017 | Evaluation Document

    Tonga: Economic Support Program

    This report presents the findings from the evaluation of the Economic Support Program in Tonga to assess its performance and highlight lessons. It provides input to the ongoing corporate evaluation on policy-based lending of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and future ADB operations in the country.
  • 18 Dec 2017 | Evaluation Document

    Tonga: Strengthening Public Financial Management Program

    This report assesses the performance and highlight lessons learned from the Strengthening Public Financial Management Program in Tonga. The evaluation will support the ongoing corporate evaluation of the policy-based lending of the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
  • 16 Oct 2017 | Evaluation Document

    India: National Highway Corridor (Sector) I Project

    This project performance evaluation report assessed the performance of the project and identified lessons for future projects. The project was evaluated more than 4 years after project completion as this time frame provides adequate time to assess progress in achieving effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability, and the impact of the project.
  • 31 Aug 2017 | Evaluation Document

    Azerbaijan: East–West Highway Improvement Project

    The east–west highway corridor forms part of the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) corridor. However, owing to lack of resources for maintenance and overloading of trucks, the east–west highway, which had been developed primarily under the former Soviet Union, was in poor condition at appraisal. The poor condition of the road network was a major impediment to economic development in the six regions of west Azerbaijan (Agstafa, Ganja, Goranboy, Gazakh, Goygol, and Yevlakh).
  • 27 Jun 2017 | Evaluation Document

    Cook Islands: Economic Recovery Support Program - Subprograms 1 and 2

    The Economic Reform Support Program was supported by two single-tranche policy-based loans (or subprograms) amounting to $16 million: $10 million for Subprogram 1 and $6 million for Subprogram 2. The program aimed to provide short-term fiscal stimulus and support the government’s long-term reform agenda for achieving higher economic growth and greater inclusion.