Lessons Learned from Compliance Reviews at the Asian Development Bank (2004–2020): Sri Lanka Southern Transport Development Project

Publication | September 2021

This publication focuses on learnings from ADB's compliance review of the Sri Lanka Southern Transport Development Project under the 2003 Accountability Mechanism Policy.

It highlights the importance of understanding the context of potential project implementation risk along with a stronger and transparent stakeholder engagement that builds trust and confidence in the compliance review. This is the fourth in the series of Lessons Learned from Compliance Reviews at the Asian Development Bank (2004–2020) 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 Successes and Challenges
  • Lessons Learned and Recommendations

Additional Details

Type
Series
Subjects
  • ADB administration and governance
  • ADB accountability mechanism
  • Transport
  • Roads and Highways
Countries
  • Sri Lanka
Pages
  • 20
Dimensions
  • 8.5 x 11
SKU
  • ARM210310-2

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