28-February-2013

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Mid-term Review of the Country Strategy Bhutan 2010 – 2013

The purpose of the Mid-term Review (MTR) of the Austrian Development Cooperation Country Strategy 2010-13 (ADC-CS 10) for Bhutan mandated by the Austrian Development Agency (ADA) was to assess the effectiveness of the programme implementation, to formulate recommendations for the last remaining year of the present strategy 2013 and for the future country strategy.

3-November-2010

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Bhutan: Financial Sector Intermediation Facility and Equity Investment in Bhutan National Bank

In the mid-1990s, Bhutan's financial system was heavily burdened with nonperforming loans that, on average across all financial institutions, were close to 40% of outstanding loans.

10-August-2010

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Asian Development Bank's Assistance for Rural Electrification in Bhutan—Does Electrification Improve the Quality of Rural Life?

ADB has responded well to the demand from energy deficient and expanding economies by significantly increasing assistance to the energy sector, including for rural areas.

4-August-2010

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Bhutan: Energy Sector

The main challenges faced by Bhutan's power sector in the mid-1990s were identified as the institutional weakness of the sector, and its inability to promote the country's economic development through power exports and providing access to electricity for rural consumers.

30-July-2010

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Country Assistance Program Evaluation: Bhutan

This country assistance program evaluation report presents an evaluation of the Asian Development Bank assistance to Bhutan during 2001-2009.

17-June-2010

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Joint Evaluation: Danish-Bhutanese Country Programme, 2000-09

Part of the aim of the evaluation was to contribute withrecommendations on how to prioritise the support during the phasing out period.

15-June-2006

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2006.04 Capacity Development in Bhutan

This report provides an initial evaluation of the current stage of capacity development of six key supported organisations and will serve as an input to the planning of the next phase of Danish support to Bhutan.