Lessons Learned from Compliance Reviews at the Asian Development Bank (2004–2020): Fuzhou Environmental Improvement Project in the People’s Republic of China

Publication | February 2021

This publication focuses on learnings from the ADB's compliance review of the Fuzhou Environmental Improvement Project in the People's Republic of China under the 2003 Accountability Mechanism Policy.

It emphasizes the importance of thorough investigation along with a fair, objective, and impartial review to ensure ADB's development effectiveness. This is the second in Lessons Learned from Compliance Reviews of the Asian Development Bank 2004–2020 series of publications prepared by ADB's Office of the Compliance Review Panel. The series examines compliance reviews for eight ADB-assisted projects that were the subjects of complaints to the Compliance Review Panel in 2004–2020.

Contents 

  • Key Lessons
  • Background
  • Key Compliance Review Process Successes and Challenges
  • Lessons Learned

Additional Details

Type
Series
Subjects
  • ADB administration and governance
  • ADB accountability mechanism
  • Water
  • Water Resource Management
Countries
  • China, People's Republic of
Pages
  • 14
Dimensions
  • 8.5 x 11
SKU
  • ARM210052-2

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