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Validations of Project Completion Reports

Validations of project completion reports to improve accountability for achieving results, quality of completion reports, and independence of project ratings.

  • January 2018

    Viet Nam: Financial Sector Deepening Program

    The Financial Sector Deepening Program was formulated to address key constraints to deepening of the finance sector. These included the development of a money market, actions to improve the depth and liquidity of the capital market, and efforts to strengthen institutions and capacity of the nonbank finance sector. The program utilized a programmatic approach with two subprograms to focus on the development of a money market and deepening of the capital market, both basic building blocks of finance sector development.
  • January 2018

    Indonesia: Financial Market Development and Integration Program

    The Financial Market Development and Integration Program was formulated to support the government’s key reforms under the Capital Market and Nonbank Financial Industry Master Plan (CMNMP) 2010–2014. The CMNMP aimed to deepen the capital market, expand access to nonbank financing, and broaden the investor base. The plan’s functional focus was increasing linkages among the contractual savings subsector, and funding arrangements that are compliant with Islamic sharia law and the traditional capital markets.
  • December 2017

    Palau: Water Sector Improvement Program

    In October 2009, the government requested the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for support to facilitate an affordable and sustainable water and sewerage service.The Water Sector Improvement Program was subsequently discussed and agreed in May 2010. The policy-based lending modality of ADB was used to align with the government’s urgent development needs. The program supported the reform of Palau’s water and sanitation sector, focusing on improving policy and legal frameworks, institutional sustainability, and development. 
  • December 2017

    Viet Nam: Thanh Hoa City Comprehensive Socioeconomic Development Project

    The Asian Development Bank (ADB) provided in 2007 a project preparatory technical assistance to prepare the Thanh Hoa City Comprehensive Socioeconomic Development Project. In 2009, the ADB Board of Directors approved a 32-year, $72 million equivalent Asian Development Fund loan and a $2 million Water Financing Partnership Facility (WFPF) grant to the Government of Viet Nam to implement the $117.9 million project to contribute to sustainable socioeconomic development of Thanh Hoa through a multisector project.
  • December 2017

    Indonesia: Poverty Reduction and Millennium Development Goals Acceleration Program

    The Program was to provide the resources, the flexibility, and an improved implementation framework to achieve the government’s Millennium Development Goals (MDG) targets more quickly. The program supported the achievement of the MDG targets 1 to 6 on poverty reduction, heath, education, and gender equality.
  • December 2017

    Viet Nam: Second Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Development Program

    The Second Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Development Program (the program) comprised two subprograms: Subprogram 1—implemented from December 2010 to July 2011, and Subprogram 2—implemented from November 2013 to June 2014. The program was designed to assist the government’s implementation of small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) development policies in partnership with the Asian Development Bank. Subprogram 1 supported the implementation of strategic policy reforms of improving the business environment and regulatory framework, and enhancing access to finance SME development.
  • December 2017

    Indonesia: Urban Sanitation and Rural Infrastructure Support to the PNPM Mandiri Project

    The government requested the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) support for the PNPM Mandiri scheme to further upgrade basic rural infrastructure in poor villages and promote community-driven sanitation development. The project was in line with the government’s Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Nasional (National Medium-Term Development Plan), and ADB’s Country Strategy and Program for Indonesia 2006–20093 and Country Operations Business Plan: Indonesia, 2010–2012, which emphasized investment in rural infrastructure.
  • December 2017

    Philippines: Governance in Justice Sector Reform Program

    Two subprogram loans of $300 million were provided from Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) ordinary capital resources for this Program. The program loans reflected the development financing needs of the government, aiming to increase development and social spending, and produce economic gains through increased resources, efficient resource use, and greater accountability, resulting in higher quality of public service in the justice sector.  This report validates the completion report's assessment of the Program. IED overall assessment: Successful. 
  • December 2017

    Nepal: Education Sector Program (Subprograms I–III)

    The Education Sector Program comprising three distinct subprograms (I, II, and III) in a cluster aimed to improve schooling and human resource development in Nepal in a phased manner over 2007–2012. This was to be done through a wide range of policy interventions seeking to improve equity of access to education, improve quality, and enhance efficiency and institutional capacity. This report validates the completion report's assessment of the program. IED overall assessment: Less than successsful. 
  • December 2017

    Viet Nam: Secondary Education Sector Development Program

    The Government of Viet Nam initiated secondary education reforms to equip the labor force to take advantage of the opportunities offered by globalization, thereby increasing competitiveness while also ensuring inclusiveness. Consequently, the government sought financial and technical assistance from the Asian Development Bank to improve the quality and inclusiveness of the secondary education.