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Evaluation Documents

  • October 2017

    Nepal: Road Connectivity Sector I Project

    In 2006, the Board of Directors of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) approved a $55.2 million grant to help finance the $80 million Road Connectivity Sector I project. The project was to construct or upgrade 10 roads and one bridge—the first phase of the works planned under the 10-year midterm program, with the remainder planned for subsequent projects. The project was the first sector loan modality approved for Nepal’s transport sector.
  • October 2017

    India: National Highway Sector II Project

    The main objective of the National Highway Sector II Project was to improve transport efficiency leading to expanded economic opportunities in India.
  • October 2017

    Indonesia: Indonesian Infrastructure Financing Facility

    ONGOING EVALUATION. This evaluation approach paper outlines the background, issues to be addressed, the proposed scope and approach, timeline, and resource requirements for the evaluation of the Indonesian Infrastructure Financing Facility.
  • October 2017

    Evaluation of the Pacific Private Sector Development Initiative (2007–2016)

    ONGOING EVALUATION. This evaluation approach paper outlines the background, issues to be addressed, the proposed scope and approach, timeline, and resource requirements for the evaluation of the of the Pacific Private Sector Development Initiative (PSDI). The main objective of the independent evaluation is to inform on the value and merit of PSDI as well as capture lessons to understand the mechanisms through which business environment reforms occur.
  • October 2017

    Thailand: Bangchak Solar Power Project

    ONGOING EVALUATION. This evaluation approach paper outlines the background, issues to be addressed, the proposed scope and approach, timeline, and resource requirements for the evaluation of the Bangchak Solar Power Project in Thailand. The evaluation findings are expected to provide inputs to relevant ADB departments regarding development impacts, ADB assistance effectiveness, fiduciary procedures efficiency, policy analysis, and contribution to the Thailand country partnership strategy.
  • October 2017

    Experience with Donor Coordination: The Case of Water Supply and Sanitation in Sri Lanka

    This joint review of Sri Lanka’s water supply and sanitation sector examined the sector’s development journey and outlined information and findings, drawing on experience gained over the past decade from performance evaluations and project interventions.
  • September 2017

    Sri Lanka: Eastern and North Central Provincial Road Project

    Rural enterprises in Sri Lanka had cited transport as a major obstacle to starting or operating a business. Provincial roads provided essential connectivity, linking national roads, which connected consumer areas; and local roads, which connected rural agricultural production areas. Provincial roads also facilitated essential bus services, ensuring access to economic opportunities and inclusive growth. 
  • September 2017

    India: Rural Roads Sector II Investment Program (Project 3)

    The Government of India requested the Asian Development Bank for a multitranche financing facility (MFF) of $750 million over a 5-year availability period. This financing aims to contribute to the upgrading or construction of about 14,000 kilometers (km) of rural roads in the states of Assam, Orissa, and West Bengal; and to provide capacity building for road management as part of the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadhak Yojana (Prime Minister’s Rural Roads Program). The expected total cost of the projects was $2.1 billion with the government providing the cofinancing.
  • September 2017

    India: Multisector Project for Infrastructure Rehabilitation in Jammu and Kashmir

    The project’s expected impact is to bring the state’s economy back to a normal course of economic growth. The project had four expected outcomes. The first is improved living conditions for the urban population in the state. The second is improved rural connectivity. The third is strengthened institutional capacity of the Economic Reconstruction Agency and project implementation units. The last is the incorporation of ADB Water Policy in ADB assistance. This report validates the completion report’s assessment of the project. IED overall assessment: Less than successful.
  • September 2017

    Solomon Islands: Validation of Country Partnership Strategy Final Review, 2012–2016

    ONGOING EVALUATION. This paper lays out the validation plan for the Solomon Islands Country Partnership Strategy (CPS), 2012–2016. The report will identify lessons and recommendations for ADB’s future activities in the upcoming country operations business plans (COBPs). The validation will assess ADB’s strategy and program using the five criteria of relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability, and development impacts.

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