This report assesses the Bank Group’s assistance to the multi-sector in Cameroon over the 1996-2004 period. Multi-sector assistance covers policy-based loans and grants, technical assistance programs, and institutional support for capacity building.
The objective of the study is to evaluate Bank assistance to Cameroon in the transport sector, as well as its impact on the country’s development, within the framework of the Bank’s strategies during the period 1996-2004.
The main objective of this evaluation is to conduct a systematic assessment of Bank assistance to Cameroon's agriculture and rural development sector, in terms of Bank and national strategies and assistance through lending and non-lending operations.
The purpose of evaluating Bank assistance to the social sector in Cameroon is to examine the consistency of the Bank’s policy and strategies in the sector with those defined by the Cameroonian authorities.
The objective of this review is to assess the contribution of the Bank’s assistance to the development of the Public Utility Sector of Ethiopia comprising the water, power and telecommunications sub-sectors.
Le présent rapport d’évaluation de performance porte sur le programme d’appui aux réformes budgétaires (PARB) et le programme d’appui à la stratégie de réduction de la pauvreté (PASRP).
Les Programmes d’appui à la compétitivité, PAC I (1999-2001) et PAC II (2002-2003), avaient pour objectif global de consolider les bases d’une économie compétitive et de permettre une croissance durable de l’économie tunisienne.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of this assistance to the country’s development, with a view to drawing useful conclusions and making recommendations for the next Country Strategy Paper.
In this report, the Operations Evaluation Department (OPEV) presents an overview of its activities for 2005. The future challenges in respect of an effective, independent evaluation function are also highlighted.
Tanzania is making major strides with its economic reforms. The rate of GDP growth has averaged 5.3% over the past five years reaching 6.7 percent in 2004. Despite this progress, poverty remains widespread, deep and persistent.